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Get A Hold Of Yourself – Buyer’s Guide For New Seats and Harnesses In Your UTV

Get A Hold Of Yourself - Buyer's Guide For New Seats and Harnesses In Your UTV

Oh those seats. Everything on earth has at least one weakness. Superman has Kryptonite. UTVs have stock seats. Luckily, there are bolt-on solutions for the great majority of those weaknesses. Superman? Sorry, you’re on your own. Why You Need New Seats and Harnesses We know why UTV manufacturers equip these awesome vehicles with such seating. […]

Tech Tips – Repack Your Muffler

Tech Tips - Repack Your Muffler

Out of sight out of mind… The exhaust leaving your engine exits the pipe in waves that travel through the silencer. Packing something – like fiberglass – around the pipe outlet helps the muffler control those waves as they leave your bike. That stuff inside gets old, burns up and often exits along with those […]

Tech Tips – Hour Meters: The Clock’s Tickin’

Tech Tips - Hour Meters: The Clock’s Tickin’

What Time Is It? Time for You to Know! Today’s newer motorcycles and ATVs are highly sophisticated machines. Many have surprising amounts of computing power; that’s needed to manage advanced fuel-injection systems. And dealer technicians can plug in diagnostic devices to read exactly what your vehicle has been doing. But chances are, you don’t have […]

Motorcycle Brake Maintenance Guide

Motorcycle Brake Maintenance Guide

Ask any motorcyclist what they love best about their bike as opposed to a car, and most will say something that has to do with freedom. It’s true that there’s nothing quite like accelerating down the highway with nothing between you and the open air. Motorcycles rev up quickly and have a high top speed, […]

Tech Tips – You Deserve A Brake

A guide to choosing and installing new brake pads. You deserve a brake – and by that we mean a fully functioning brake system that will help keep you safe on the street or the dirt. In a rush to get out riding this spring, did you perform all the maintenance necessary? Keeping up a […]

Learn From the Pros: Clean Air In. More Power Out.

Learn From the Pros: Clean Air In. More Power Out.

An easy-to-follow guide to cleaning your air filter. A new air filter costs about $30. Cleaner and oil needed to maintain that filter will cost you a buck or two per use. A new engine will cost you about a grand. You decide. It’s not even just about the “insurance” aspects of a properly clean […]

Pro Tips – Synthetic Oils & Blends

Learn what oil is right for your bike and why. In a somewhat famous oil-testing tale that lives online, dozens of New York City taxicabs ran either synthetic motor oil or traditional petroleum oil in a test that lasted two years. Test results reportedly showed, among other things, that the more expensive synthetic motor oils […]

Tips From the Pros – Skid Plate Install

  A quick and easy guide to protecting your bike in minutes. Even if you ride on the best-manicured supercross tracks, one wayward stone can spell disaster on the underside of your dirt bike. Of course, you could add protection plates to many parts of your off-road bike’s chassis, but a good-quality skid plate that […]

Learn From the Pros: New Clutch & Brake Levers

While your stock levers do the job, they’re boring and fragile. Why not choose better performance and great style? We chose a new set of ASV Inventions levers – brake and clutch – for our Honda CBR600RR. ASV makes two styles of aluminum levers for sport bikes: The Forged F3 series we chose for our […]

Learn From the Pros: Install a Fender Eliminator Kit

Nobody (not even the manufacturers!) likes these stock fenders. They’re a regulatory burden on design and style. And they’re their law – at least for them. You don’t need to retain all that plastic. We worked on a 2011 Honda CBR600RR for this project, using the Competition Werkes Standard Fender Eliminator. For this bike, Competition […]