Dirt Bike Product Reviews

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Oregon 575214 Sure Sharp 12V Handheld Chainsaw Chain Sharpener Grinder - Thumb

Oregon Sure Sharp Handheld Chain Sharpener

The Oregon Sure Sharp kit includes three sharpening stones. You want to use the largest stone that fits at the correct angle, which is parallel with the top of the tooth. My chain can fit the smallest stone, but it does not contact the entire tooth, so I will be using the middle stone for my chain. You want the stone to contact the entire tooth to avoid creating a shelf underneath the cutting edge. Remove the guide plate to install the grinding stone. Press the detent to stop the collet from turning, and tighten the collet.

Lectron Carb Review And First Ride - Lectron Self Adjusting Carburetor - Featured

Lectron Carb Self Adjusting Carburetor – Review And First Ride

The first ride with my new Lectron was in southwest Missouri over the 4th of July weekend, and guess what? It was hot and humid the whole time. But that did not affect my bike in the slightest. I’m 340lbs, so I run the red spring on my 2-stroke because, well, I need all the power I can get. With the Lectron carb, I felt a substantial increase in low-end grunt, I have never been able to tractor like this.

Improve Your Dirt Bike Riding With A DIY Balance Board - Featured

This D.I.Y. Balance Board Will Improve Your Dirt Bike Riding!

For the past few years, I’ve been using a 2×4 on a dumbbell for balance practice as part of my workout circuit. I went this route because an Indo board cost around $200 and f**k you! $200 for a piece of wood and a cylinder?

D.I.Y Leak Down Tester - Featured

DIY 2-Stroke Leak Down Tester

This Is My DIY 2-Stroke Leak Down Tester It may be ugly, but it only cost $25, and it gets the job done. I found all the parts I needed at my local hardware store except for the one way valve that I had to special order, and the exhaust plug I had to get

2014 KTM 300 XC-W - Enduro Engineering Clutch Slave Cylinder Guard - Featured

2014 KTM 300 XC-W – Enduro Engineering Clutch Slave Cylinder Guard

I kept seeing Clutch Slave Cylinder Guards in the “suggested product” section for a while, and I always thought, “why, it’s already made of metal” until this happened.

2014 KTM 300 XC-W - Enduro Engineering Skid Plate Install And Review - Featured-20

2014 KTM 300 XC-W – Enduro Engineering Skid Plate Install & Review

Install And Review For Enduro Engineering Skid Plate On My 2014 KTM 300 XC-WI’ve been riding more aggressive lately, and I thought it was time to add some armor to my bike. This skid plate retails for around $110, and considering a new case costs $600, the price was right.

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