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Old February 26th, 2018, 03:24 PM   #41
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Old February 26th, 2018, 04:41 PM   #42
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I'll try to find some clues in Indonesian Post Office soon, hopefully it won't be raining today.
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Old March 3rd, 2018, 07:15 AM   #43
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As of July 2017, Indonesian govt' has forbidden all door-to-door shipping services.
Why? how do they benefit from that? They aren't promoting international sales and business, they are ending business to all but the one crazy dude who just HAS to have something from Indonesia. No offense maverick9611.

I say screw Indonesia. If their government wants to make those rules, I think the US and other countries should forbid shipping TO them also. Let's see how they like that.
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Old March 3rd, 2018, 09:56 AM   #45
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dude, i really don’t care what you think. i want em,it’s my my bike and that’s it. end of story. we have indonesian riders on here also. so your comments are not appreciated.
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I say screw Indonesia. If their government wants to make those rules, I think the US and other countries should forbid shipping TO them also.
Lol i know right
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Yep, all i need to do now is to find the cheapest possible shipment service to deliver the parts safely to their destination
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with the help of bernawanfr we finally have dialog in sinnob. iím talking to emma via whatsapp. they do western union. i mentioned paypal and they are quite interested. the belt drive is still in testing.
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Old March 5th, 2018, 02:13 AM   #51
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$70 usd for sprockets only. i have a new chain in box already. working on shipping quotes. dhl/fedex
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Indonesia has some crazy parts for our ninja. these sprockets are not metal!

Link to original page on YouTube.

looks like it uses 520 chain too. i'll keep diggin.
http://www.empiremotoshop.com/gear-s...1482482308.jpg

I like the concept but what about durability? I won't use an aluminum sprocket because I don't think they would last long. I'll wait for someone to try one out.

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Old March 5th, 2018, 11:43 AM   #53
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I like the concept but what about durability? I won't use an aluminum sprocket because I don't think they would last long. I'll wait for someone to try one out.

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that will be me on testing. iím close to sealing the deal. they are working on setting up paypal if feasible. bernawanfr gets all the credit for making this happen. canít wait for belt drive😋
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I won't use an aluminum sprocket because I don't think they would last long.
High quality aluminum rear sprockets last seemingly forever. I have one that did about 20,000 miles on my H2 before I changed ratios, and you can hardly tell a chain has been on it.
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Why? how do they benefit from that? They aren't promoting international sales and business, they are ending business to all but the one crazy dude who just HAS to have something from Indonesia. No offense maverick9611.

I say screw Indonesia. If their government wants to make those rules, I think the US and other countries should forbid shipping TO them also. Let's see how they like that.
Hey, did you attend the Donald Trump school of economics? We get "hosed" by our overseas friends to the tune of $800 billion dollars/year.

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Hey, did you attend the Donald Trump school of economics? We get "hosed" by our overseas friends to the tune of $800 billion dollars/year.

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and? i'm a consumer, i really don't give a crap where i can get it from. why isn't the usa making these? let's leave politics out of it. funny, this thread is getting alot of traction in a crappy kind of way.
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and? i'm a consumer, i really don't give a crap where i can get it from. why isn't the usa making these? let's leave politics out of it. funny, this thread is getting alot of traction in a crappy kind of way.
I agree with you Mav. I buy the best where ever it's made. I don't agree with "Buy American, the job you save may be your own". If we didn't buy foreign cars Detroit would be making the same junk they made in 1970. I was simply pointing out what Trump is now saying that foreign countries have been taxing our products for decades while we just sat there with our thumb up our butt - not being crappy.

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I agree with you Mav. I buy the best where ever it's made. I don't agree with "Buy American, the job you save may be your own". If we didn't buy foreign cars Detroit would be making the same junk they made in 1970. I was simply pointing out what Trump is now saying that foreign countries have been taxing our products for decades while we just sat there with our thumb up our butt - not being crappy.

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i took it the wrong the way. iím with you, if itís made anyway in this world, cheap or not , iím getting it for my scoot. my apologies.
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i took it the wrong the way. iím with you, if itís made anyway in this world, cheap or not , iím getting it for my scoot. my apologies.
No apologies brother. I knew I didn't make myself clear. Every time I see this post I read it as "Snobby Poly Sprockets". I'd like mine in snobby blue please.

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sinnob is coming!

with the help of fellow member bernawanfr, i have purchased a front/rear sprockets from sinnob. here is my sprocket in raw form. polyurethane coating is sprayed over entire sprocket. of course it will be red!
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Indonesia has some crazy parts for our ninja. these sprockets have a polyurethane coating over it.

Link to original page on YouTube.

looks like it uses 520 chain too. i'll keep diggin.
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Old March 16th, 2018, 06:11 AM   #62
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i will be setting a group buy soon if anybody’s interested. let me know so i can get a count. shipping will be cheaper if you buy your own chain.
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In the pictures it looks like a steel sprocket with a poly guard. Is that the case? Or is it actually poly all the way through?
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until this morning i did not know the process of how they were made. with the the help of bernawanfr,he steered me to emma who works at sinnob. i assumed the sprockets were plastic/poly material. i’m still intrigued with the design and coating process. i assume it’s a steel sprocket that’s coated with polyurethane substance. emma says even the teeth are coated.
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until this morning i did not know the process of how they were made. with the the help of bernawanfr,he steered me to emma who works at sinnob. i assumed the sprockets were plastic/poly material. iím still intrigued with the design and coating process. i assume itís a steel sprocket thatís coated with polyurethane substance. emma says even the teeth are coated.
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look in post 3 of this thread. ya itís different, but i like strange stuff. canít wait to mount em!
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"No heat generated" mean it's 100% efficient. That really is a breakthrough.
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sounds cool to me. chains might like it too!
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According to a "Cycle" magazine article many years ago chain drives are nearly 100% efficient as opposed to gear driven shaft drives.

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i would say not to many peeps are using this stateside, in indonesia it’s the bomb. should ship monday.
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i weighed using bathroom scale. i had a spare stock 45 tooth. weight was the same for both. checked with magnet. it's ferrous. plan on doing shock replacement and sprocket install together.
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So they're urethane-painted steel sprockets?

What is the reason for the rear sprocket guards?
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