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  • Opinions on AFAM sprocket/chain kits

    I've been checking out the group buy on the DID chain with Sprocket Specialists sprockets. But I'm wondering if anybody has an opinion on AFAM kits? Are they junk? Great? Average? Thanks.
    It appears that my weewee has been stricken with rigor mortis!

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    I had AFAM on my cbr and they're definately NOT junk. I think they are one of the best, up there with Vortex. The thing about Sprocket Specialist I dont like is that you have to pay for the anodized and hardened extra. AFAM alloys come in one form hard anaodized, and they hold up. They are not as light as some of the others and that has been the hit on them, but they are strong and high quality. When I upgrade the chain and sprockets on the TLR, they will definately be the 520 AFAM (+2 rear) and DID erv2.
    Nate

    Galfer SS lines, LE reworked forks and Penske rear, IRP axle spacer, frame sliders and rear spools, custom airbox, block off plates by MFR Inc., custom undertray, Extreme Graphics Top Gun undertail w/ Navy's dimmer, ZG DB dark, Scott's steering damper, Yosh bolties, PC2, DID 520ERV2, 17 SS & 41 AFAM, Galfer rear wave and other stuff to come!

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    • #3
      How much does an AFAM rear sprocket cost?
      "If you can't solve it otherwise, get violent."

      Black 2002 Suzuki TL1000R Ė Ohlins R&T Forks, Penske Rear Shock, Ohlins Steering Damper, Attack Triple Clamps, Black Marchesini Wheels, Akrapovic Evo Ti F/S, Attack Rearsets, BMC Air Filter, Ivanís TRE, EBC Prolite Rotors, EBC HH+ Pads, Goodridge SS lines, SPA Tach w/ Speedo, Daytona Water Temp Gauge, Graves Fairing Stay, Vortex Gas Cap/Base, DID ERV2 520 Conversion, Sprocket Specialists 17 Front & 42 Titan Tough Rear, Woodcraft Clipons, Sharkskinz Bodywork & Air Ducts, ZG Double Bubble, Manual Fan Switch, Pirelli Supercorsa, Chicken Hawk Racing Pole Position Warmers.

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      • #4
        I've had Afam sprockets, lasted me a long time. Just make sure to get the hard anodized rear

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        • #5
          jt sprockets last a long time. and they are way cheaper than all other brands. my roomie had (and has again) a jt aluminum anodized rear sprocket from them. he got 12k out of his first (up 2 in back) and now he got a 43 in back and a 16 in front. now he can wheelie in second

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          • #6
            I can get a AFAM 520 kit for the TLS for $146 + shipping. I'm waiting to find out what chain is included in the kit before I buy, but the price is damn good.
            It appears that my weewee has been stricken with rigor mortis!

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            • #7
              I ran 520 AFAM sprockets with DID EVR2 and to me, it was the best set-up available.

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