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Motorcycle Oil vs Car Oil – Know The Difference, Save Your Bike

You might be tempted to think that changing the oil in a car is just like changing the oil in your motorcycle. This is a common thought, but it’s flat out wrong and could cause serious damage to your bike, as in cracked case “do I fix it or sell it?” damage. This is an understandable mistake though, because to the average rider, oil is oil. The bottle says motorcycle oil so that’s what you use. Dirt bike...
Different Types Of 2-Stroke Oil For Dirt Bikes

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

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...
2-stroke vs 4-stroke oil

2-Stroke vs 4-Stroke Motorcycle Oil – Knowing The Difference Will Save You Time And...

Almost every motorcycle available today has a 4-stroke engine. Their popularity comes from better fuel efficiency and lower emissions. However, 2-stroke engines remain in use thanks to their smaller size, lighter weight, and simplicity of design. These two engine types operate differently, and because of their difference, certain products were developed specifically for each...
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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.
O-ring Chain vs. Roller Chain

O-Ring Chain VS Roller Chain: Which Chain Is Better & Which One Will Work...

If you've ever visited a dirt bike, motocross, or other motorcycle-based forum for any significant amount of time, you've more than likely encountered multiple threads where the following question was asked: Which chain should I use - an o-ring chain or a roller chain? This debate has been waging for years, and there will always be those who sit on either side of the fence. I don't seek to give you a definitive...