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How To Repack Exhaust On a Dirt Bike or ATV

It's a dirty job but somebody has to do it. And that somebody should be you since repacking the exhaust on your dirt bike or ATV is a pretty simple and straightforward process. First, know when to say when. It doesn't matte...

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Product of the Week: Cylinder Works Cylinder

When it comes to repairing and replating a cylinder for your dirt bike or ATV you don't want to take the easy way out. Unless the easy way out means installing a Cylinder Works Cylinder. Most riders prefer sticking with an OEM cylinder which equ...

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6 Tips for Dirt Bike and ATV Winter Storage

Riders in southern states can't fathom the idea of storing their dirt bikes or ATVs during the winter but for some where cold reigns supreme - starting just about now - packing it in and waiting for the spring thaw is often the only opt...

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Intake Upgrade - What You Need to Know

The engine on your dirt bike or ATV needs to breath therefore helping it expand its "lung" capacity presents an ideal way to boost power and performance. The most cost effective and easiest course of action is to upgrade the in...

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Product of the Week: Hot Rods Countershaft Seal Kit

It's certainly an odd place for an oil leak but the countershaft seal located behind the front sprocket is the most common culprit causing a mess on your dirt bike and garage floor. Getting at the leak is a small process but once you've removed t...

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Exhaust Upgrade - What You Need to Know

You've pinched pennies, said "No" to evenings with friends and put in longer hours all for the sole reason of saving money to buy that prized new exhaust system for your dirt bike. After you placed the order, delivery day turns...

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How to Prevent Goggles from Fogging

Call it foggy goggle syndrome. You're out for an early ride on a cool brisk morning or perhaps it's a sticky summer day in the South. You first notice the moisture in the upper corner of your goggles. A few minutes later the de...

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Exorcising a Stripped Bolt

The stripped bolt conjures images of beet red faces, bloodshot eyes and thrashing body movements usually resulting in fastball style pitches of hand tools thrown across the garage. Those suckers just won't come out. The stripped bolt comes in ...

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Product of the Week: ODI Lock-On Grips

Wouldn't it be nice to change the grips on your dirt bike in seconds rather than the current tedious process involving glue and wire ties? Now you can. ODI Lock-On Grips completely eliminates the need for glue which means no more cutting the old...

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An Easy Technique to Resurface Cylinder Heads

You don't ride on warped wheels so don't reinstall a warped cylinder head. It's an oft forgotten check when replacing top ends, bottom ends and just about any metal to metal surface contact on your dirt bike that requires a gasket. Heat, vibrati...

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