I would agree with that, you did prove there is some weight savings. Its sure a lot easier to talk things over when someone had real weights and measurements available....thanks...
That shows its problem, if one looks at it that way, or its advantage.
For me, I would not be willing to have an 8 piece rear sprocket whos weight ended up in the middle of the group. I would much prefer the one piece sprocket. Aluminum if I decided light weight was where its at, or the lightweight steel if I needed big miles from the sprocket set.
Speaking of sprockets, this is from the Motus Motorcycles web site:
"The triple-sealed chain is guaranteed to last 20,000 miles whether you lube it or not. If you ever manage to wear out the rear sprocket, Motus will ship you a new one under warranty."
I wonder what sprocket brand they use?