- Another quality superstar product.
I don’t think you’re right – I think it’s to do with the tooth profile and the Alloy choice and not the number of teeth.
But I could be wrong 🙂
If you want to work it out!Posted 4 years agojohnellisonMember
Is it actually 7075? 7075 is one of the highest strength aluminium alloys available, Renthal have been manufacturing road and motocross sprockets from 7075 for donkey’s years so I doubt that they’ve been getting it wrong for so long.
I suspect that like a lot of Superstar’s stuff it’s cheap Chinese sh!t masquerading as something else.Posted 4 years agocx_monkeySubscriber
I had one of these:
it’s aluminium alloy and ss specific. Ti be fair, I had a 17T, but they make them down to 14T. I had no problems with it at all – except it did (obviously) wear quicker than a steel one.
Currently running a Ti version of this:
seemed like it was the best balance of weight vs durability. So far the fact that it was $100 USD has been negated by it lasting nearly 4 years already – barely any signs of wear even now.
FWIW – Homebrewed also makes alloy sprockets.Posted 4 years agogazcMember
if its a superstar cog why does it have fouriers logo on it? is it a different version ie: same factory, like the wah wah/nukeproof/superstar pedals? superstar website pic below. either way thats still poor performance and needs to go back for a replacement/refund/whatever
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