Driven RacingSteel and Aluminum Rear Sprockets for Carrozzeria wheels offer the style and performance you need on the street or at the track.
Driven Racing Rear Sprockets
Driven Racing steel rear sprockets are a great economical choice for those looking for all the quality and performance of a Driven sprocket while also looking for maximum life from their sprocket. Every Driven steel rear sprocket is manufactured to the highest quality in the industry. While Driven 520 steel sprockets weigh in at an average of only 1.5 lbs., they are made of the highest quality 45C steel available and are guaranteed against defects in materials and workmanship. Driven Racing steel rear sprockets are heat treated and quenched for maximum strength, then electro-static plated black for protection and a dynamic black finish.
Black Steel Rear Sprocket
Driven Racing aluminum rear sprockets are made using only the finest aluminum available in the world. Driven shapes the tooth profile on a hobbing machine which guarantees the perfect shape and fit for the least amount of friction and subsequent wear when mated to the chain. The final color anodizing further increases the strength and durability of the sprocket. Four anodized colors are available: black, blue, gold and red. Choose the color that best matches or compliments the colors of your motorcycle. Throughout the entire process the disc undergoes rigorous quality control insuring each individual sprocket is perfectly flat and concentric. This guarantees the finest product available.
Driven Racing Aluminum Rear Sprocket Colors
Black Aluminum Rear Sprocket
Blue Aluminum Rear Sprocket
Gold Aluminum Rear Sprocket
Red Aluminum Rear Sprocket
FREQUENTLY ASKED CHAIN, SPROCKET AND GEARING QUESTIONS
Q: What does -1 in the front and +2 in the rear mean?
A: Faster acceleration off the line, but less top end.
Q: What does -2 in the rear mean? A: A lower engine RPM at a given speed.
Q: Can I use my new sprockets with my old chain? A: No, a used chain has stretched and will damage the new sprockets.
Q: Can I use my new chain with my old sprockets? A: No, it will damage the new chain.
Q: Can I change to a different pitch from stock? A: Yes, as long as you match all the sprockets and chain.
Q: What is the difference between aluminum and steel sprockets? A: The main difference is weight, which affects the rotating mass and performance.
Q: Which will last longer, aluminum or steel? A: Steel will usually last longer and is more durable.
Q: How do I tell if my chain and sprockets should be replaced? A: Pull the chain away from the rear sprocket at the 3 o’clock position. If you can see light between the
chain and sprocket it should be replaced.
Q: Can I go from my stock OEM 530 chain pitch to a 520 pitch? A: Yes, as long as you use a higher strength chain.
Q: What is chain pitch? A: It is the distance between the barrels and the width of the side plates. Chain pitches usually come
in 520, 525 and 530.
Q: Can I use different pitch sprockets or chain for my chain kit? A: No, both the front and rear sprockets as well as the chain must all be the same chain pitch.
Q: What does -1 tooth on my countershaft sprocket do?
A: Essentially, -1 front is equal to going up 2 3/4 teeth on the rear sprocket. A lower teeth count up
front results in more low end power and less top end.