I am just concerned about the area where two holes are drilled out together. May cause stress on the bolts. The chain and sprocket give enough trouble as is without adding this to the problem. If the dealer doesn't make good on them I will probably fill the excess holes with the welder and re-drill the needed ones. Just an idea. I hope they will replace them.I have a couple like that from a different vendor it looks bad but works ok if you don't mind the extra holes.
Here is Ric's (boygofast) reply to my request for replacement sprockets.I e-mailed them yesterday via e-bay mail and request replacements. As of this morning I have not received a response from them. I did check the sprockets and there are two distinct patterns drilled in them however I am afraid of the areas where two holes come together. It looks very weak in that area. i will update this post once boygofast replies to my e-bay request.
I believe I can weld them on low heat setting without any danger of warping them. This company just has a poor quality kit compared to the others on the market. I would not put one of these crappy looking things on my bike much less one for a customer or friend. Some people might except crap like this but I have a little more pride in my work than that. I just hope the engine internals were built with a little more concern than the sprockets were. We shall see.biker mike
your sprockets will work fine . i have used them on may bike never had a problem with them.if you start welding on them you might run into more problem than the extra holes would.more than likely you will warp them trying to weld the holes shut.and probly throw the sprockets way out of balance.