Transmission sprocket

One of the initial and easiest performance alterations you can make to a bicycle is to the sprocket, you can go up and/or down in teeth to improve how your bike movements. By increasing your gear ratio, your acceleration will increase, but with sacrifice to major rate, or you can decrease your gear ratio to boost high class but with slower acceleration. By changing both the front and rear sprocket, you can change your gear ratio to one that’s perfectly for your bike as well as your riding style.

Similar to a car or a CVT drive belt, the chain is likely to stretch and/or perhaps snap. Check your chain, keep it clean, and maintain it lubed. In the event you need a replacement, we’ve the perfect ones that you should replace your chain and put in a nice touch of style!
We’ve gained expertise in offering an extensive selection of Sprockets which is extensively used for continuous travel applications for their long life. These are available at professional leading rates. We offer them in different shapes and sizes according to the technical features to meet the specific demands of our consumers. These are available in following special attributes:
– Technical specifications
– Different
Ever-power Transmission sprockets come in an array of sizes. With a thorough selection available, you won’t ever have to worry about finding the ideal sprocket size for your application.

Our power transmission Sprockets are available in various hub configurations such as for example plate, single hub and dual hub. They also come with optional taper bushes for ease of installation and removing. Sizes under 25 the teeth are common with hardened tooth for optimum sprocket your life.
Ever-power TRANSMISSION SPROCKET System FOR BIG TWIN 4 SPEED
Weight: 2.74
This Transmission Sprocket & Rear Sprocket Offset Spacer Kit eases the pain of installing wider rear tires
Kit includes a chrome plated back sprocket spacer, .310″ thick, and chrome mounting hardware designed for use with flange type steel rear wheel hub
When using upon models with an open primary, a belt drive style transmitting mainshaft bearing support must be used
When using electric start, a rear belt drive style inner primary and appropriate starter engine must be used
.06in Offset Transmitting Sprocket