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    IRVINE, CA – July 29, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire ) – As always, ANSR has the holeshot! Well in advance of the 2016 riding season, the complete Answer Racing collection has been released. Combining 40 years of know-how with cutting edge styling...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Jul 29, 2015
    Two-strokes are far simpler machines than four-stroke engines. They’re also lighter, easier to work on, and downright angrier, pumping out a lot more power per cubic centimeter of displacement, which has won them a lot of fans. But they’ve had a r...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Jul 22, 2015
    With FMF and KTM continuing to push the limits with 2-Stroke Technology, FMF would like to introduce the ALL NEW Titanium 2.1 Silencer. Available now though you local KTM PowerParts dealer. The Titanium 2.1 is 1.5lbs lighter than the stock silence...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Jul 22, 2015
  • Pretty Doesn't Win Races
    I have a friend here in Peru that continues to gather my respect each time I spend another moment with him. His name is Nico. He stands about 5ft 2 inches and is every bit a moto fanatic. What makes Nico so special is his deep rooted passion of motorcycles. Let me explain. I am privileged. I have never, in my life, gone without. Yeah, I don't have a...

    Posted by scottiedawg on Jul 19, 2015
  • Synergy Seals Linkage and Swingarm Rebuild Kits
    The linkage and swing arm bearings/bushings on my 2004 Gas Gas MC 250 have been toasted for quite a while, so instead of installing something that I know I'll need to replace next winter, I wanted to give the Synergy Seals...

    Posted by Russhole on Jul 17, 2015
  • Malcolm Smith Racing Launches 2016 Collection
    Viral Video Supports MSR’s Catalog Launch IRVINE, CA – July 16, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire ) – Featuring everything from ADV wear to race gear as seen in the X-games, the 2016 Malcolm Smith Racing product range has you covered! Now with the...

    Posted by Bryan Bosch on Jul 16, 2015
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Rider Discussion

Severe neck pain after crash

Hey there, so I was riding up a grassy knoll, with a a whole bunch of trenches all the way up, on the way down was the same, didn't see one , front tire got caught, head over heals. Now the left side of my neck is swollen, can't turn my head left, and have terrible pain. Is it just whiplash?

NEW MEXICO - Gila NF Forest Plan Revision Public Meetings...

The Gila National Forest will host several Community Conversations about the Assessment Phase of the Forest Plan Revision Aug. 3 - Aug. 6, 2015. During the Assessment Phase of the revision, the public is invited to help identify ecological, social, and economic conditions and trends related to th...

NORTH CAROLINA - Update On Off-Road Vehicle Management-Me...

The National Parks Service (NPS) is holding public scoping meetings to considering changes to the Cape Hatteras National Seashore's Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) special regulation as it relates to morning opening of beaches, extending the length of fall and spring seasonal ORV routes, and modifying the...

looking to change taillight/headlight and add some lights...

hi im looking to replace my rear light with a bright led one. id also like to change my headlight since it looks like its from the 80s and I want to cut down on the power that is drawn. id also like to add maybe a few led's under the fenders/tank to help keep me visible at night. anyone have any...

Is there supposed to be Oil in the Stator area (baja desi...

Hi   My buddy just bought a 2002 yzf 426 and when we went to remove the stator cover we found that the whole inside area was soaked in motor oil.  Is this common?  If not where is the leak most likely coming from and do I have to split the cases to fix it? Also is there a downside...

What do you think, kx250f or a rm125 for a starter dirtbike?

Alright so my question is, should I start off with a kx250f or a rm125 for my first dirtbike??? Im leaning more toward the kx250f just because 4 strokes last longer with the correct work done to them, but I never owned a dirtbike before so what should I know :excuseme:  My friend owns a...


My 10 year old has outgrown the lackluster performance of the raptor 80 so I started looking and found this 2009 DR90X.  I did a fair bit of reading about them and watched some you tube videos.  Decided to sell the raptor.  same day picked up the dr.  Even with my 190lbs its g...

pinging and knocking

Just rebuilt wifes 2005 trailblazer on maiden voyage started pining and knocking noise when I let off throttle. I'm thinking detenation iv tried cooler plug also 3x octane still doing it any suggestions thanks

trailblazer pinging and clanking

I just rebuilt my wifes 2005 trailblazer on maiden voyage started hearing pinging and knock when letting off throttle after it warmed up. I'm assuming its detenation iv tryed 3x octane and cooler plug not working any sugestions folks thanks

Victory Motorcycles Reveals its First All-Electric Motorc...

MEDINA, MN – July 28, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Building on the innovative design and engineering that produced the fastest U.S. electric motorcycle at the 2015 Isle of Man TT Zero race, Victory Motorcycles has introduced the 2016 Empulse TT, the first all-electric addition to the Victory...

PR: Kawasaki Versys 1000 LT Wins “Motorcycle of the Year”...

Kawasaki’s large-displacement adventure bike beats out an impressive field for 2015 top honors. IRVINE, CA – July 27, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – In response to popular demand, Kawasaki introduced America to the Versys® 1000 LT motorcycle in 2015. Now, Rider magazine has recognized it as 201...

Into Adventure Touring?

If you're into adventure touring, give our sister community a try, http://www.xladv.com. It's a community dedicated to full-sized adventure bikes and those that love to ride them. :thumbsup:

What do I use to seal the crankcase halves?

I completely tore down the engine of my 1980 yamaha enticer 300 last winter because a crank bearing went. Now that I have a new bearing and complete gasket kit I'm starting to put it back together. I have a supplemental service manual for it that has torques and stuff, but it doesn't really say a...

What should I get?

I am looking for something for ditch banging, jumping and trail riding. The trail rides won't be very long. My budget is $4000-$4500. I am open to any brands. Thanks

exhaust silencer inserts

 Any ideas on silencing the exhaust on a yamaha golf cart with a yamaha snowmobile engine? I found a few motorcycle silencers but no given dimensions on the o.d. of the silencer, we need 2-1/4" o.d. on the silencer insert.

1994 750sxi engine value

Hi all,   Going to pick up a ski that comes with a spare complete engine with a spun bearing in it. whats the value of the engine? Would like to put it online to re-coop some of the money from buying the ski. I wont need it, as it has a newly rebuilt engine in it. Any ideas?

1990 kawasaki 550 won't start

Hello, I have 2 550's that I bought off of a guy super cheap and they both they both have tons of compression both have spark and with the spark plugs off, they spin freely, I've tried gas and starting fluid, every once and a while i get a back fire and every once and a while I get a it to fire o...

Jetski hull

I have a 93 750sx and I took the jet pump off and the nuts in the hull seem sorta loose. Is that normal

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  • 5 minute silencer repack.
    Jul 27, 2006 01:47 AM
    If your one of those people who like to keep up on there silencer repacking, to keep that crisp response and that throaty tone, this is for you.1)Take silencer off of bike.2)Drill all rivets out, endcap rivets and all, fully dissasemble the silencer.3)Measure (on the endcap end) of your silencer...
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