Suspension Insight Race Tech’s Paul Thede

Suspension Insight Race Tech’s Paul Thede

Simple suspension advice and bike physics with Race Tech’s Paul Thede.

Lumen Ratings… Fact or Fiction?

Lumen Ratings… Fact or Fiction?

Often one is faced with marketing propaganda that is tough to decipher. One area that there is often confusion or misunderstandings about is lumen ratings on aftermarket LED auxiliary lights. A lumen rating is the amount of light given off by any particular source, If we are talking about a light bulb, that is a legitimate use for a lumen […]

October 11, 2016 at 7:51 am 0 comments

How to Install a Trail Tech Stator Regulator/Rectifier Kit

How to Install a Trail Tech Stator Regulator/Rectifier Kit

In this video I show you how to upgrade your 2007-2011 WR450F stator with a high output stator and regulator/rectifier kit from Trail Tech. Having 100 watts of usable power will allow you to operate high output LED replacement bulbs and auxiliary off-road lights. www.trailtech.net -Trail Tech stators replace the OEM stator. -Trail Tech stators increase power output significantly. -All Trail […]

September 7, 2016 at 7:58 am 0 comments

How to Install a Boyesen SuperCooler

How to Install a Boyesen SuperCooler

http://boyesen.com/ The primary purpose of this video is to illustrate to you how easy it can be to properly install the Boyesen Supper-Cooler yourself in the comfort of your own work space. Please feel free to view my video on YouTube explaining the benefits of the Boyesen Super-Cooler ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zKYt… ) and how it will help you “Win The War […]

Cooling Fan Kit Install: KTM 2013 250 XC-F

Cooling Fan Kit Install: KTM 2013 250 XC-F

Trail Tech’s TTV Temperature Switching Fan Kit monitors your KTM’s cooling system performance and automatically activates the fan to keep engine at optimum temperature range. http://www.trailtech.net/732-fn1 • Custom adjustment of temperature trigger point • Plugs into most stock KTM harnesses • No cutting of fluid lines • 30 watt draw

January 13, 2015 at 8:16 am 0 comments

A Simple Guide To Jetting Your Carb

A Simple Guide To Jetting Your Carb

Written By: Andrew Tuttle / Motosport.com Don’t you just love jetting your carb? Ok, probably not. In fact, jetting your dirt bike is probably one of the most, if not the most dreaded part of maintenance. Unfortunately, it’s not something to deal with later and keep putting off. Racers especially need to stay on top of the fuel/air ratio entering […]

September 24, 2014 at 8:21 am 0 comments

Basic 2 Stroke Top & Bottom End Testing

Basic 2 Stroke Top & Bottom End Testing

A lot of riders are always asking how they can determine the condition of their 2-stroke engine and or help troubleshoot a current running issue. So I decided to put together a quick little article that addresses the basics around performing a compression test and crank case pressure testing. Enjoy and I hope this information helps with the basics to […]

Air Filters: What Many Overlook, But Shouldn’t

Air Filters: What Many Overlook, But Shouldn’t

Many riders are quick to change the oil in their bikes, lube the chain, check the air pressure in their tires, and even replace the top end. However, one aspect many riders, and mechanics alike as well at times, overlook the air filter, and this can cause greater trouble than not changing oil. A dirty air filter, or air filter […]

Off Road How To: Mousse Bib-Installation With Cody Schafer

Off Road How To: Mousse Bib-Installation With Cody Schafer

Cody Schafer walks you through Mousse-Bib installation and brings to light the advantages of running a Bib-Mousse over traditional tubes when competing in off road racing. The myth that Mousse installation is difficult is put to rest in this segment as Schafer details and simplifies the process.

September 9, 2013 at 2:25 pm 0 comments

Dirty Bike? Why and How to Clean Your Dirt Bike

Dirty Bike? Why and How to Clean Your Dirt Bike

Ok, let’s face it. We love to ride and hit the dirt, mud, water, and all other types of terrain, and every bit of it gets our bikes filthy. Grime is caked in places you forgot your bike had. Under the fenders, on the pipe or header, the seat, tank, spokes, rotors, chain…every place you can think of, and no […]

September 6, 2013 at 4:21 pm 0 comments

How To Adjust the KYB PSF Air Forks with Pro Circuit’s Jim “Bones” Bacon

How To Adjust the KYB PSF Air Forks with Pro Circuit’s Jim “Bones” Bacon

Learn how to adjust the KYB PSF Air Forks, plus learn a few secret tips, from Pro Circuit’s in-house master of suspension, Jim “Bones” Bacon. Also, check out Pro Circuit’s brand new Gauge Kit, which will be available for purchase soon. For more information on all Pro Circuit products, please visit www.procircuit.com.

December 4, 2012 at 5:54 am Comments are Disabled

Suspension 101: Things You Need to Know

Suspension 101: Things You Need to Know

A modern motocross bike is equipped with front and rear suspension. Your suspension consists of your forks in the front and a shock in the rear. Suspension consists of two key components, springs and dampening. You can see the spring on your rear shock. The springs on the front of your bike are in the fork tubes. Dampening is controlled […]

November 9, 2012 at 4:54 am 1 comment

Renthal Standard 7/8″ Handlebars

Renthal Standard 7/8″ Handlebars

Now on sale – Choose your color! www.motorcycle-superstore.com Renthal 7/8 handlebars re-wrote history when they became the first aftermarket aluminium handlebar to be fitted as OEM on a Japanese motorcycle. All Honda CR/CRF and Kawasaki KX/KXF models (except minis) are fitted with a Renthal 7/8″ handle bar as original equipment. The exclusive aluminium alloy and the advanced manufacturing processes we […]

June 7, 2012 at 5:12 am Comments are Disabled

How Does The Suspension Work?

How Does The Suspension Work?

Here is an awesome write-up from a Showa engineer on how mx suspension works, enjoy its pretty good stuff! As the damper or shock is compressed a rod is pushed into the damper body. At the end of this rod is a piston that gets forced through oil that is contained within the damper. The oil is then forced through […]

November 30, 2011 at 9:12 am Comments are Disabled

From Track to Trail Bike Tips

From Track to Trail Bike Tips

From Track to Trail Under the guidance and demands of a skilled rider a 250F can be a fierce competitor to tackle table-tops, step-ups, ruts or triples at any local or national motocross track. Fortunately, for those of us who prefer to get the adrenaline flowing with a glancing blow between a hand-guard and a hardwood that same inspiring performance […]

November 7, 2011 at 6:17 am Comments are Disabled

Brake Bleeding Tips

Brake Bleeding Tips

Learn the tricks to mastering brake bleeding using techniques from World Champion Racer and acclaimed instructor Shane Watts

August 21, 2011 at 11:40 am 1 comment