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Video: Forget What Your Friends Say, You Need To Find The Right Grips For...

Finding the right Dirt Bike Grip for you and your Dirt Bike is extremely important. Having the correct grip for your hand will help you avoid blisters and even help reduce arm pump. If your dirt bike grips are wrong for you, test out as many grips as you can to find the one that works best for YOU.
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Accessory Review: Outlaw Racing Easy Pull Clutch System

The Outlaw Racing Easy Pull clutch system (OREP) looks like an easy - and more importantly, cheap - way to lighten the clutch on your dirt bike. Outlaw Racing claims a 30% decrease in clutch pull resistance with this system, so I put it to the test to see if these claims are accurate...
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Tool Review: Android Endoscope/Borescope Camera

This endoscope camera for android is awesome! I can't begin to guess how much time and money I've saved using this little camera to look inside engine and transmissions instead of tearing them apart. Everything is included, the camera, the adapter to capture video directly to...
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Super Biased Tool Review: Home Made Clutch Holding Tool For $2.95!

Need a clutch holder for your motorcycle clutch basket? Save a load of money with this easy DIY clutch holder tool! I paid $2.95 for all the parts for this home made clutch holding tool, granted, you may pay more or less depending on where you live, but no matter what it will be cheaper that a store bought clutch tool!
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Maxima Castor 927 2-Stroke Oil Review

Castor 927 by Maxima Racing Oils is probably the best castor based 2-stroke oil on the market, at least that I have personally used. I'm not going to tell you that castor oil is the best 2-stroke oil for your dirt bike because that's simply not the case. Full synthetic 2-stroke oils will always make more power...
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Rider Protection Review: Leatt GPX / Fly Valor Neck Brace

The Leatt neck brace is also designed to work with YOU. The brace comes with different spacers to adjust the size, and angle wedges to adjust the rear thoracic support. So instead of the brace just sitting on your shoulders it works with your body.
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Accessory Review: Motion Pro Micro Fork Bleeders

These Micro Fork Bleeders from Motion pro are great, but do you need them? No. Do you want these fork bleeders on you bike? Yes you do! I keep dropping my fork bleeder screws thanks to my weird sausage fingers, and I'm lucky I haven't lost any on the trail. All you need to do to use these micro fork...
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Suspension Install & Review: Hellwig LP-35 Helper Spring

I drive a 2005 Ford F250 FX4 Superduty, and I pull a 30ft. toy hauler that I live and work in. My truck has around 160,000 miles on it, 25,000 or so put on by me. I have the 6.0 diesel engine with all kinds of aftermarket parts and an aggressive tune, so pulling my trailer isn’t an issue. The suspension is a different story. I don’t...
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Company Profile: Fly Racing – Motocross, MTB, BMX, Snowmobile Racewear; Street Apparel & Hard...

FLY Racing has its hands in a bit of it all when it comes to motocross-related products and accessories. The company got its start manufacturing handlebars and helmets, and have since expanded its line of products to include apparel, accessories, parts, and protective gear for a variety of different motorsports – including motocross, ATVs, snowmobiles, and more...

Body Parts Install & Review: WheelerWhip Whip Mount

Most public and private sand dune parks require a big orange safety flag bolted to your ride. Some whips mount to the rear hub of the bike on the brake side, others mount to the exhaust mounts. I went with a hub whip mount as I already have a grab handle using the muffler mounting points. There are...