Dirt tricks sprocket

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12/26/2017 8:12 AM

Went on dirt tricks site to check out a timing chain tensioner for my ktm cause the stock ones blow and saw this.Photo has anyone ever used one? They look cool.

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12/26/2017 8:22 AM

They sell those to use on a real dirtbike?

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12/26/2017 8:22 AM

been using the Ironman sprockets for years, best sprockets on the market

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12/26/2017 8:24 AM

I have a steel sprocket on the bike I bought that looks like that except black. If you can deal with it looking a little rusty they last forever.

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12/26/2017 8:38 AM

peelout wrote:

been using the Ironman sprockets for years, best sprockets on the market

You use the zirconium ones like that?

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12/26/2017 8:39 AM

MR. X wrote:

They sell those to use on a real dirtbike?

I guess. That was my question.

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12/26/2017 8:42 AM

peelout wrote:

been using the Ironman sprockets for years, best sprockets on the market

They're nearly unkillable.

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12/26/2017 9:16 AM

peelout wrote:

been using the Ironman sprockets for years, best sprockets on the market

The sprocket expert has spoken.

/thread!

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"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

12/26/2017 9:18 AM

Those things really do last.

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I ripped a start from Egypt and I was happy about that.

12/26/2017 9:32 AM

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Best sprockets out there in my opinion. Last forever and look pretty good too.

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12/26/2017 9:44 AM

peelout wrote:

been using the Ironman sprockets for years, best sprockets on the market

dirtmike86 wrote:

You use the zirconium ones like that?

*unobtanium

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12/26/2017 9:52 AM

peelout wrote:

been using the Ironman sprockets for years, best sprockets on the market

dirtmike86 wrote:

You use the zirconium ones like that?

peelout wrote:

*unobtanium

Oakley will after you for trademark infringement laughing

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12/26/2017 10:02 AM

They are good because they are steel and only a little heavier.
I wouldn't run that design with an aluminum sprocket.

No problems at all with mine.

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12/26/2017 10:19 AM

peelout wrote:

been using the Ironman sprockets for years, best sprockets on the market

dirtmike86 wrote:

You use the zirconium ones like that?

peelout wrote:

*unobtanium

Lies.

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12/26/2017 11:29 AM

I heard they last like 70+ hours? Is that true?

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12/26/2017 11:29 AM

i need one now

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12/26/2017 11:39 AM

fourfourone wrote:

i need one now

They are $120 on dirt tricks website but RMATV has them for $107 + free shipping.

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12/26/2017 11:51 AM

I've bought 3 dirt tricks sprockets in the last 10 years, one for each bike I've owned in that time. Each one went through at least 5 chains (except current one, too new), and the sprocket stayed with the bike(s) when sold because they were still good. 12+ off road races a year plus practice and recreational riding. There is no better value in sprockets.

I have the zirconium on my current bike.

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12/26/2017 11:59 AM

Man , not much material there. blink They really have that long of a life? They actually look trick as heck with that heat treating thing they have going on.

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And there goes Jeffro. One of God's own prototypes. A super high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

Pimpin' Ho's , Rollin' fatty's......drinkin' beers , beers , beers!! ~ Ja

12/26/2017 12:08 PM

Have maybe 20 hours on mine, and it's like brand new.

The only issue I have is that I don't get much life out of chains. I usually replace counter sprocket and chains at the same time, but IDK if the IronMan is destroying my chains.

If so, I'm not sure if it would be worth it to just stick to cheap aluminum sprockets and replace everything at once.

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12/26/2017 12:09 PM

Good Stuff Fo Sho -

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12/26/2017 12:23 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/26/2017 12:24 PM

TheOriginalPancakee wrote:

I heard they last like 70+ hours? Is that true?

you'll get more than that start thinking in terms of the whole season you'll change it cause your bored with it not cause it wore out or you'll sell that bike with it on

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12/26/2017 12:33 PM

Iron man sprockets are the real bees knees. A little pricey but they go the distance!

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12/26/2017 12:34 PM

For anyone interested in getting one, another member posted this. 20% off and free shipping with code JkopMX17 when used on Dirt Tricks website. Makes them a little cheaper.

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12/26/2017 12:35 PM

This thread turned into me just wondering if anyone has seen or ran one into me now buying one lol.

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12/26/2017 12:36 PM

dirtmike86 wrote:

You use the zirconium ones like that?

peelout wrote:

*unobtanium

dirtmike86 wrote:

Lies.

mine are the steel, not the zirc.

the sprocket on my 300 (now a snowbike) has over 3000 miles on it over multiple chains. still looks brand new.

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12/26/2017 12:49 PM

Same here.

They are the money.

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12/26/2017 1:00 PM

Anyone have a weight comparison to other sprockets like renthal aluminum?

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12/26/2017 3:17 PM

Zesiger 112 wrote:

Anyone have a weight comparison to other sprockets like renthal aluminum?

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Old renthal i had hanging in the garage. Weights 13.50 oz which is just under a lb. Dirt tricks claims 1.5lbs on theres, so thats 24oz. Iam tempted to take the vortex off my ktm and the super sprox off my SUSZUKI.
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12/26/2017 3:27 PM

Thanks! 10.5 oz more I have one on my 250 2t and it's still plenty punchy.

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