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Discussion in 'OZ Vendors & Flea Market' started by Blakduk, Jan 3, 2013.
Have an update - pics? May get on for my xr650r if it's still holding up on your's - thanks
I wont say good or bad just yet ..im still deciding ....you can feel it on the tar .....there is an improvement for the last 1 I had but still undecided
Good to hear you feel it more. Although that latest model I sent you was a lot harder urethane than the sprocket in the picture you sent. By the way I am still waiting to receive the old sprocket for inspection when you get time.
yes sorry Ryan ... I been busy riding and now do a reno on the house .. I will get to it mate
I think this nxt version is better ...like I said 1k on it and so far so good ...but time will tell ..........im not confident in running this on a extended remote trip unless I took a backup ....this would change more with more klms done
Wish i had it on this big lap i am doing but i had to order a steely for my ride home so nothing to report from 5600k into the ride. Looks like they turned up in stock just after i left Cairns. Next time.
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umm, any updates ?
u guys must hav a few kms up on them now
how they holding up ?
do u think they r a viable alternative to a cush hub ?
looking at putting one on a WR450 ay
I think I might have a better design idea, will be working this through, same principal though.
Got 5000km on one on a te630
Was wearing well.Did some aggressive riding and things have changed.The rubbers have worn,some have bulged.Teeth are still good.
same issue i had ....then they will come loose ....i had to cut a trip short because of that ....around town on my street rims im k with it ... but i doupt i would venture to far away
they also seem to be deforming the metal to metal part where there is no rubber
umm, can the rubbers be replaced or do u throw away the whole sprocket when the rubbers wear / fail ???
roughly, how much do these sprockets cost ?
To ride mine still feels the same.The 2 alloy pieces have no play.i will keep going and see how many more km i can get.
I did feel a lil difference in mine will .....but it looks to me like its the same problem with the rubbers failing .....oh well ...mine is still ok but i will be keeping an eye on it ...be my last 1 tho
Nice to see you here Ryan.......i hope this new model works for you,alot of fustration i can imagine trying to deal with production issues.....
Stick with it....you`ll get this worked out,,the next batch of sprockets for the XR650L you get finished i want to try one...48 or 50 tooth..
Yep. I'm just waiting for a little bit of refinement and I'll be onboard. These things will be "the bee's knees" when the kinks get sorted out.
Thanks for the encouragement.
Hoping to keep improving them.
I would love to hear any suggestions or requests if you have any.
I can say Ryan is a great guy and i want these suckers to work as well ....brilliant idea
seems will's is the 1 with the most kms ..so here's hoping it hangs in there
ok, my 45 tooth kush sprocket arrived today, exactly when promised
looks good, will put it on the WR this week
we hav a ride organised for this weekend so looking forward to how it performs
hoping for big things
I bought one a couple of months ago for my XR650L. I have about 200 miles on it both pavement and dirt riding. I have been treating it like the original sprocket, not easy on it. So far so good. I really notice a diifferance on the pavement, smoother power dielivery.
The thing is really light weight, very suprised and the build quility is really good.
so, 460km later, all good so far
instantly felt better / smoother on the bitumen, which included some high speed transport sections