KTM Zirconium Rear Sprocket

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)


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The Dirt Tricks KTM Zirconium Rear Sprocket is a part of our latest sprocket design and is a revolutionary change in weight and color. Our new Dirt Tricks Special Edition Zirconium sprockets are 2oz lighter than our chrome plated design, and are comparable to most of the performance aluminum sprockets and lighter than the twin metal designs available. The new coating on these sprockets reduces friction up to 50%, increases durability, and looks sharp! Our Special Edition sprockets will outlast any sprocket on the market, and we back that up with our 2 year guarantee. Proudly made in the USA.

Colors Available:

  • Black
  • Chromatic (No two colors are the same)

KTM Zirconium Rear Sprocket Fitment:

  • KTM: ’91-Current All 2-stroke models 125cc and up
    ’99-Current All 4-stroke models 250cc to 690cc
  • Husaberg: ’00-’14 All models
  • Husqvarna: ’14-Current All KTM based models

Additional information

Weight 1.5 lbs
Dimensions 15 x 12 x 0.25 in

3 reviews for KTM Zirconium Rear Sprocket

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    MistrRoboto (verified owner)

    Awesome sprocket. Perfect fit and finish, love the Chromatic, and so far so good on wear.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dave Pickett AMA-District 36 LAO Director

    This chromatic PVD sprocket adorns the District 36 LAO bike which DIRT TRICKS donated to the fundraiser bike. I must tell you this was THE item on the 2015 Fundraiser Bike that everybody was raving about. I personally use this sprocket on my own bike, and is all that I will run. The things never wear out! A Special Thank You goes out to Dirt Tricks for helping keep public land OPEN to the public! This company cares about land use issues and supports the sport……….

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ron nichols

    I’ve been selling dirt trick sprockets for many years. They just make sense if you think about the punishment they’re put through every ride. Incredible that no one’s thought of making sprockets out of tool steel before, thanks Dirt Tricks for taking the initiative. Now to the nitty gritty. Recently we ran the sprockets on our Ironman bike for the Baja 500. We had first place up until mile marker 457 until we had mechanical issues. It had nothing to do with the sprocket and after cleaning and inspecting the bike after the race I don’t know of enough adjectives to describe the punishment Baja put on every nut, bolt, nook and cranny in the 500 mile race. When you got back to the Ironman sprocket there wasnt a inch of damage. It was the only thing still shining like new. It was almost like it stood up, flared it’s chest and taunted Baja to fist fight. Now if we can get them to make a fuel injector for KTMs the world would be at peace. Thanks guys for setting me up with 3 sprockets, their worth a long review.

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