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ironman sprockets

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I have the Ironman and the Sidewinder, both will be the last sprockets you will have to buy. The Ironman is a 47 and I got the stock 48 in the Sidewinder. I have had the Sidewinder for over a year with no visible ware.

I am currently running the DID X-Ring chain and love it :thumbsup:

I also have the full TM setup, also better than stock.

You really can't go wrong with the setup you mentioned.

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Do you ride motocross? Did you notice the additional weight? I went by their tent at Hangtown and picked one up. Very noticeably heavier in my hand, not sure how that translates to performance. Kind of like a flywheel weight, I guess. Is it noticeable?

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the steel ones are heavier but last 10x longer-i pretty much just race mx & practice alot-im getting the stock gearing for sure-dont think i'll like the 47

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i'm gettin ready to change my sprocket and chain soon... so if your supposed to change the sprocket when you change the chain, why get a sprocket that outlasts your chain??? :thumbsup:

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I've been running ironman sprockets with a DID X-ring chain on my bike for over 60 hours and it shows no sign of wear. I adjusted my chain after my first ride and have not had to since. Excellent product!!!

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Where can I purchase Ironman sprockets? I have never heard of them.

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motosport outlet mail order company see them on the web.I think they are around $90 bucks.

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Here's a link to both a good price, and a weight comparison between Ironman sprockets, regular steel sprockets and aluminum sprockets on my site:

Good price and weight comparison here

In short they are very slightly heavier than aluminum, a LOT lighter than regular steel sprockets. Combine these with a quality sealed chain and you're set for a very long while. I run these on my personal 426 and most of my riding buddies are now running them too. :thumbsup:

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Thanks for the reply guys. When I figure out what gearing I want to go with I will be looking you up sirthumpalot. Thanks!!

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The fun part is convincing my dad to get these for me for my birthday! :thumbsup: Give any discounts to needy good children? I'm good enough, I ride a blue thumper! :awww:

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Use the coupon "FreeShipChainSprockets" and you get free shipping on Ironman sprockets for the next week. Shhh, don't tell anyone!

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