Profile Racing Imperial Sprocket (Black) (42T)

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Profile Racing Imperial Sprocket (Black) (42T)
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Expected Mon, Jun 27, 2022
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Price: $51.99

Teeth:

  • 23T
  • 24T
  • 27T
  • 28T
  • 29T
  • 30T
  • 31T
  • 33T
  • 34T
  • 35T
  • 36T
  • 37T
  • 38T
  • 39T
  • 40T
  • 41T
  • 42T
  • 44T
  • 45T

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The Profile Imperial sprocket is CNC machined from billet aluminum and uses a unique 18 spoke super strong design to help eliminate flex. Fits most popular 3-pc chromoly cranksets.

Features:

  • CNC Machined from 6061 Aluminum
  • The Imperial is "Bolt on" Style and Requires a Sprocket Bolt to be Attached to the Crank Arm
  • Available for 19mm Axles Only
  • Supplied with 19mm Silver Steel Insert
  • Made in the USA

Specifications:

Teeth: 3/32"
Bore: 7/8"
Thickness: -
Adapter:19mm Included
Weight: 4.06 oz

This product is expected to become available for purchase on Monday, June 27, 2022

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Tuesday, Apr 26 2022 (5 weeks ago)
Profile Racing Imperial Sprocket (Black) (23T)
Three complaints.

Too expensive. I simply wanted a 23t sprocket and Profile's the only one available. It's an industry problem: 25/9 isn't suitable for everyone (and I'm a 195lb adult and not some skinny kid). Wish I had other options besides one expensive offering from Profile.

Narrow and made for 3/32 chain. It'll wear quicker than a 1/8 chain sprocket. Considering this size is never used on a race bmx I don't know why this - and anything up to 25t - can't be the thicker size.

22/19 adapter was an INTERFERENCE fit with the sprocket. Luckily I have a 20 ton hydraulic press, and that's exactly how I got the adapter on. Never had issues with other sprockets and adapters. Started with a hammer and wood blocks and got adapter 1/3 on. At this point, NO further hammering, or using of screw clamps would've sufficed. The hydraulic press was ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL. Freezing the adapter and heating the sprocket might've worked for using a hammer, but c'mon, this is ridiculous. Who should have to do that? And btw I'm a certified motorcycle tech and have done lots of bearing replacements and know about fitting parts and no, the adapter wasn't cocked in the hole as I was installing it.

Upshot is that sprocket is extremely precise with NO variance in chain tension when cycling the pedals.

Unless you have a hydraulic press and/or Profile fixes the adapter fit do not buy this sprocket if you have a 19mm bb spindle and need to use the adapter.