2018 Honda CRF250RW - Those sprockets aren't real... 1

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2018 Honda CRF250RW - Those sprockets aren't real... - ayearinmx - Motocross Pictures - Vital MX

Another Supersprox that's painted to look like a "twinring" design but is actually one piece aluminum...

Credit: Jeffrey Beerdsen

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1 comment
  • generallee121

    9/16/2017 12:35 AM

    Why would the factory teams take the time to do this?? And to even go as far as making fake "rings" on the sprockets? What's rhe reasoning behind this?