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  • 8 Tips for Chain and Sprocket Maintenance // AJAX Tech Tips

    Thursday, September 28, 2017 | Ajax Motorsports

     

    Spraying a quick coat of chain lube seems like such a menial element on your pre-ride checklist, but there are more maintenance topics to consider in this area. From the chain and sprockets to the adjusters and determining correct slack in the chain – here are a 8 considerations we deemed important to mention.


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  • KTM Demo MX Ride Day // OMC OCT. 30

    Saturday, September 16, 2017 | Ajax Motorsports


    The KTM Moto Tour program is a chance for riders to demo a new KTM model prior to purchase. In addition, each participant will also receive special offers from the Ride Orange sponsors.

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  • How-To Flush and Bleed Motorcycle Brakes // AJAX Tech Tips

    Thursday, September 14, 2017 | Ajax Motorsports

     

    A commonly overlooked segment of bike maintenance has to do with brake fluid.  Most people don’t understand that brake fluid needs to be flushed and changed periodically. If they do know, they often avoid the task like the plague because it can be frustrating.

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  • How To Install Graphics // AJAX Tech Tips

    Thursday, September 7, 2017 | Ajax Motorsports

    We apply a lot of graphics at the shop because customers are afraid to mess them up. While we don’t mind putting them on for you, here are a 10 simple steps that can make that task easier and extend the life of the decal.

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  • 10 Tips For Proper Foam Air Filter Maintenance // AJAX Tech Tips

    Thursday, August 31, 2017 | Ajax Motorsports

     

    CUT AND DRY: Air filters must be cleaned regularly. They must be oiled thoroughly. AND they must seal correctly. At the very least if you meet these criteria, you are doing alright. But let’s dive deeper to subtopics you may not have considered...


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  • Product Highlight - ODI LOCK-ON Grips // AJAX Tech Tips

    Thursday, August 24, 2017 | Ajax Motorsports

     

    Since the inception of rubber hand grips, there have arguably been few major innovations to the products. Companies come and go, patterns and materials change, but the process of removing and installing grips has been the same hassle it’s always been.

    If you’ve ever had a grip twist on the bar or worse, come off altogether, you’ve most likely found a way to secure your grips that seems to work well. But no matter how streamlined you think you have the process, the simplicity and ease of the new lock-on grips cannot be beat. ODI has been dedicated to innovation in the grip industry for the past 25 years and continues to manufacture their products in the USA.

     

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  • Cleaning Your Fork Seals // AJAX Tech Tips

    Friday, August 18, 2017 | Ajax Motorsports

    The term “blown fork seal” is often heard around the track concerning the puddle of oil on the ground below the front fork.  According to our Lead Tech, Red Wiley, this term is misrepresentative of the actual problem. Red says, “many riders see that puddle and jump to replacing the fork seals. Sure, this fixes the problem, but it might not save your weekend.”

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  • NEW KAWASAKI MULE PRO-FXR // WORK LIKE A BOSS.

    Thursday, August 10, 2017 | Ajax Motorsports

    The “play” side of the Kawasaki MULE™ PRO Series spectrum just got stronger with the 2018 MULE PRO-FXR™ side x side. As our most fun MULE PRO yet, the MULE PRO-FXR is infused with more style and agility for a functional balance of utility and recreation. Conquer the dense woods and arrive at the most remote hunting, fishing and camping locations. Those who drive this tough machine command a certain level of respect. They’re the ones who’ve put in the work, and now, have earned the right to cut loose.

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  • 2018 KTM Six Days Edition

    Friday, July 28, 2017 | Ajax Motorsports

    In 2017, the International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) will be held in Brive-la-Gaillarde, France and these two special KTM models have been suitably equipped to handle anything the muddy and rocky terrain can throw at them.

    Built on the already impressive XC-W and EXC-F platforms, the KTM 300 XC-W SIX DAYS and 450 EXC-F SIX DAYS are the ultimate iteration of KTM’s Enduro line. Fitted with special touches such as exclusive SIX DAYS graphics and orange frames, the SIX DAYS models look as good as they perform. Performance enhancements include orange anodized CNC-machined triple clamps, front fork preload adjusters, a floating front brake rotor and a solid rear brake rotor to ensure these machines are READY TO RACE.

    The 2018 KTM 300 XC-W SIX DAYS machine is equipped with the following upgrades:

    • WP XPLOR front forks fitted with preload adjuster
    • Machined Orange Anodized Triple Clamps
    • Handlebar with Six Days Logo
    • Map Select Switch
    • Supersprox Stealth 2-Piece Rear Sprocket
    • Floating Front Brake Disc
    • Solid Rear Brake Disc
    • Selle Dalla Valle Wave Factory Racing Seat
    • Exclusive Exhaust Silencer with Six Days logo
    • Engine Skid Plate
    • Front Axle Puller
    • Orange Chain Guide
    • Giant Wheels with Six Days Logo
    • Orange Frame
    • Exclusive Six Days Graphics

    The 2018 KTM 450 EXC-F SIX DAYS is equipped with the following upgrades:

    • WP XPLOR front forks fitted with preload adjuster
    • Machined Orange Anodized Triple Clamps
    • Handlebar with Six Days Logo
    • Orange Anodized Rear Sprocket
    • Floating Front Brake Disc
    • Solid Rear Brake Disc
    • Selle Dalla Valle Wave Factory Racing Seat
    • Engine Skid Plate
    • Front Axle Puller
    • Orange Chain Guide
    • Giant Wheels with Six Days Logo
    • Orange Frame
    • Radiator Fan
    • Exclusive Six Days Graphics

    In 2017, the International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) will be held in Brive-la-Gaillarde, France and these two special KTM models have been suitably equipped to handle anything the muddy and rocky terrain can throw at them.

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