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Fixing Your Dirt Bike Is So Much Easier When You Have A Few Tricks Up Your Sleeve!

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How A 2-Stroke Reed Valve Works

How A 2-Stroke Reed Valve Works

A reed valve is simply a one way valve. The petals open during vacuum to allow the air fuel mixture from the carburetor into the crankcase during the up-stroke of the piston. It then closes under pressure during the down-stroke to allow the mixture to be forced up into the cylinder. But it does much more than that. The reeds also turbulate the incoming air fuel mixture to atomize the fuel as much as possible before…

Different Types Of 2-Stroke Oil For Dirt Bikes

The 3 Types Of 2-Stroke Oil For Dirt Bikes To Match Your Budget & Performance Needs

You probably already know the difference between 2-stroke and 4-stroke oils, but just in case you don’t, 2-stroke oil is mixed with the fuel and lubricates the engine while being burned, and 4-stroke oil stays in the crankcase. As such, two-stroke oils need to have a lower ash content in order to minimize deposits that form as a result of combustion. The different types of 2-stroke oils for…

Pump Gas VS Race Gas

When To Use Pump Gas VS. Race Gas

The term “high performance” gets thrown around a lot when talking about engines and the vehicles they power, but real high performance requires high performance fuels. Real high performance engines are designed to create as much power as possible at the cost of longevity, and they can not achieve their full potential on pump gas… Unless you build engines like Koenigsegg, which you don’t.

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What is Octane? How Does It Affect My Engine?

Without going into depth about chemistry, octane refers to the measure of a fuel’s resistance to detonation. The higher the octane level, the less susceptible fuel is to pre-ignition and detonation, also known as “knock.”

Octane Ratings & How They Will Affect Your Dirt Bike Engine’s Performance

Octane Rating & How It Will Affect Your Dirt Bike Engine’s Performance

Not all fuel is created equal, and not all vehicles (dirt bikes included) can run on the same type of fuel. As a result, octane ratings were established to classify the different qualities of fuel into distinct performance categories. And it’s this octane rating that ultimately determines what we put into our fuel tanks on a daily basis. Therefore, it’s important you know the ins and outs of what…

Dirt Bike Handlebar Grip Change Tricks

Video: Dirt Bike Handlebar Grip Change Tricks

You probably already know how to change your dirt bike grips, but how do you do it? This video will give you two new tricks to try that will make your grips easier to change, won’t damage your bars, and will make your grips last longer.

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