Motocross to the Extreme
I get a lot of questions on which foot pegs to use on motocross bikes and we have mainly been using the cast Titanium pegs from Works Connection with great result and they are priced very well for a durable Ti peg set. However, for some projects to find additional fitment we have gone to
On the cover and inside the January issue of ATV Action (page 58-62)
Here is a update to the RMZ450 we recently shot. Look for it in print, in the next issue of Racer X.
Here is a video that goes along with the 250 Big bore shootout we did a few months back.
Follow this link to the full digital edition story: http://www.dirtrider.com/features/2000-honda-cr125/ Or click on the image above for the one-page printed edition.
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REM and Glen Helen do a great job– And Myra is so Awesome! Cylinder Works KXF269cc for the REM Holeshot!
It’s the most wonderful time of year! Yes, especially with a new RMZ250 and a MX11 on some freshly rain-watered California dirt it is truly amazing.
JCE racer Cody Brownfield and Jay Clark have now logged over 40 hours on the Dirt Bike Magazine project Yamaha YZ269cc. Cody is racing REM and Triple Crown events in So Cal. The 2012 model has proven to be very reliable and perform well with all of the mods. The
Six new 2013 250’s ready for a Dirt Rider Shootout. And a new Honda 450 for a cover shoot all with new Dunlop MX 51’s ready to go.
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There are some good companies getting into Motocross that have been in the industrial and automotive industries. Well, LOCTITE is a brand I have used all of my life is now a big part of the MX & SX circuit. They have some great products that you can trust and are readily available. Glad to
Check out this great MXA Review on the CV4 High Temp Rad caps.
Check out this MXA story on rebuilding your Two-Stroke top end. Vertex Pistons, Cometic and Millennium Tech made it all happen.
I was able to go back and visit the main company I work with C&L (Hot Rods, Pivot Works, Hot Cams, Cylinder Works, Vertex and now Ossa) – Boy that is a mouthful to say. I had a great time and it is amazing how much is always going on there. There will always be
AlpineStar Tech 8s My favorite boots just got a lot better. The Alpinestar Tech 8’s are now over one pound lighter(less weight hanging out there and potentially less stress on knee). They have much easier to use buckles, better soles and extra hard plastic on the right boot where you hit the foot-peg when
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Brady at FastCore Mods recently ported my CRF250R head and did a valve job. Amazing work and the power is great! Check them out for any head work you might need. 810-441-3172 www.fastcoremods.com
Jay Clark Builds a Mail Order CRF250R for the Pages of Transworld Motocross:
Check out this Jay Clark Built CR125 Project Bike: Motorcycle USA Story: http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/374/10557/Motorcycle-Article/2003-Honda-CR125—Craigslist-Killer-Project.aspx Motorcycle USA Video: http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/1190/Motorcycle-Video/2003-Honda-CR125-Craigslist-Project.aspx
Check out this cool little race quad we helped with for a young lady from Riverside. Look for the full test in the next ATV 4 Wheel Action magazine.
Hot Rods the Original cranks and Rods now gives you KTM Complete Crankshafts. KTM owners pleaded and yelled loud enough that we listened and have a full line of complete crankshafts for KTM’s. The models now in stoke are for the two strokes (125SX, 200XC, 250SX 250, 300MXC) and four stroke (250SX-F 2005-2010). The complete
For those suspension experts and just all around good mechanics Pivot Works now has complete shock rebuild kits for the older CR/CRF’s (with Showa shocks). One complete kit fits an incredible amount of Honda’s; CR 250R (2002-2007), CRF 250R (2004-2009), CRF 450R (2003-2008) and the CRF 450X (2005-2009). Retail price is only $89.95 so a
Hot Cams has long been the standard for drop-in power. Now there are more options than ever before. Hot Cams gives you more options and more power than any other cams on the market. Stage 1 and Stage 2 for simple drop-in power and then Seven different “builder series” cams that are targeted for the
I have been using Uni filters for over 20 years now (yes I am old) and they never let me down. Also they have any crazy size filter you could need. Here is a pod that we used on a little race quad. You name it they got it. Uni Filter www.unifilter.com 714-535-6933
There is no suspension company that is as diverse as Race Tech who works on ATV’s, Street bikes, vintage and of course dirt bikes. When it comes to something odd-ball they will fix it up. Here is a TTR Shock that needed help with a shaft they got fixed up. Race Tech www. racetech.com 951
What did I do before MotoSeat? Struggle is the answer. Travis is amazing and custom seat covers and has years of experience. They look and work amazing. MotoSeat www.motoseat.com 951-258-5229
Click on the cover for full story Jay Clark Built CRF250X Cover Check out the video about the Project
Today I got to do a quick 49 minute moto on my favorite practice track in the entire world, Cahuilla Creek Motocross! Track has been great with the new owners and Ron has been doing a great job on the track prep. After a rain he has it fixed back up about as fast as
The new CRF250R’s are fuel injected and a complete new engine. Travis at Thumper got one to 280cc with a big bore and a stroker version out to 300. We did the 264cc version here. Tested one day at racetown and one at Piru and had about eight different test riders all love each of
Parts Unlimited magazine got to test the best mods on a current CRF450R– Hot Cam and high comp piston. Josh Brown for testing riding and Kenny Jones shooting the pics. Came out great!
Tom Morgan at Hot Cams came up with great cams and mapping to put this mod on top of MXA’s mini-test a few months back!
Last minute Hot Cams got Kiniry to fly out from New York state and give it a shot and see the Racer X project bike through.
He came up short the Sunday before the National on a section they ended up taking out for the race. Bummer deal—
We tried for the last national but go hurt so had to go Johnny Jeldera.