If you're looking for the most top end speed out of your motorized bicycle, look no further than this 32 Tooth Rear Sprocket. Compatible with 2-stroke and 4-stroke bike engine conversion kits, this sprocket will have you clipping at high speeds without bogging your engine down.
If you have a high-performance carburetor, expansion chamber and other performance parts but can't seem to get any more speed from your 2-stroke engine, this is the sprocket you need. Made with 12 fewer teeth than standard bike engine kit sprockets, this sprocket drastically changes your gear ratio for hitting high top end speeds.
Whether you have a 4-stroke belt drive or you’re riding a 2-cycle motorized bike, this 32 Tooth Sprocket is what you need to take your bicycle engine kit to the next level.
Part #11 on the Drivetrain Diagram
If you're looking for more top end speed out of your motorized bicycle, look no further than this 32 Tooth Rear Sprocket. Compatible with 2-stroke and 4-stroke applications, these motorized bike sprockets will have you clipping at a decent speed without bogging the engine down.
Made for riders looking for that extra bit of speed out of there engines, these sprockets are compatible with nearly any sprocket clamp assembly. So whether you have a Flying Horse, Mega Motors, Grubee, Power King, or really any bicycle engine kit, you'll be able to use this sprocket with the stock clamp assembly you received.
Made of chrome-plated steel, these sprockets are made to last. But don't let the metal fool you. These sprockets are so light the only difference you'll feel is the top end speed, not the weight of the sprocket.
One of the smallest engine sprockets around, you won't find many sprockets smaller- and if you do, chances are your engine may not be strong enough to move something that small without the help of a pull start. So if you've already added a performance carb to your bike and you're still not getting that speed you're looking for, the 32 Tooth Rear Sprocket is what you've been looking for.
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Very good indeed
Do it bike is A LOT smoother 30 miles a hr. Cruising 35 screaming. 4 stroke loss a littleon take off but I like it