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KYB Fork Free Piston Breaks KYB AOB Twin Chamber front forks have these plastic free pistons that break easily!  This can cause problems for your front suspension and maybe cause you the race.  This is one Example of a Cracked Free PistonZeta Racing Solved this Problem by make a stronger free piston that could with stand even the harshest terrains.  It is made out of Light weight aluminum and comes in two version which is the standard comparable to your OE suspension feel and the Light version which uses less friction, providing a softer feel and smoother front fork movement.  The...

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Circa 1978 Gerald Langston (Grant's Dad).  The Venue was the Natal Round of the South African Championship at Hammersdale Moto X Park.  The bike was a 1976 125 Honda Elsinore with a FMF upgrade kit.  This included an aluminum swingarm, porcupine head pipe and porting.

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Your out at the beach or the lake having fun with your Waverunner, maybe towing your kids on a banana or wake board.  Then all of a sudden you suck up your tow rope when you slowdown.  This is actually a common incident with personal watercrafts.  Before this happens make sure your tow rope is water friendly and floats on the water like Airhead tow ropes. First thing to do is shut the engine off right away, in most cases the engine will just shut off from the rope being wrapped around it.  Never ever flip your Waverunner over specially...

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1986 KTM 500cc Single Cylinder Two Stroke.   The next in our throwback Thursday is another piece of history from our museum. This bike started life as a 1986 KTM 500MX.   It was converted to a flat track bike and almost everything is custom.  The front wheel and tire are substantially wider and the scary thing they were pitching the bike in at 90-100 mph and there is no front disc brake.  It does however have a single disc brake in the rear.  Other changes were the lowering of the suspension, lowering the radiator and a down draft exhaust pipe...

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1973, History, Motorcycle, Triumph Bonneville, Vintage Motorcycle -

For Throw Back Thursday we bring you the latest addition to our "Museum Bikes" a beautifully restored 1973 Triumph Bonneville. This bike can be viewed at Langston Motorsports along with many other Championship, Magazine and Historical bikes during business hours. About the Triumph. 1973 was a big year for this model, It was given a disk brake up front, Oil in the frame a reservoir, it was bored out from 650 cc to 750 cc and it had a new 5 speed gearbox. An interesting feature of this bike is that the U.S.A models had a smaller Gas tank than the Euro models which was called...

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