Shift Agent Double Bypass Helmet Review

Shift Agent Double Bypass Helmet Review 0

If there’s one thing Shift Racing prides itself on its having the guts for pushing the styling envelope – or in this case, having the stomach. For 2010, riders who have a taste for off-the-wall helmets can savor the Shift Racing Agent Double Bypass helmet. This greasy lid transforms your cranium into an artery-clogging piece of…

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2010 DTR Racing Yamaha Raptor 700R SE

2010 DTR Racing Yamaha Raptor 700R SE 0

Our 2010 Yamaha Raptor 700R SE has been one of our favorite quads to ride this year, but it was time to show it some love so we started looking around for project partners. DTR Racing is located a few hours north of MotoUSA in Salem, Oregon. Coincidentally, they’re also just a few hours from the…

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SuperTrapp IDSX Polaris RZR Exhaust Review

SuperTrapp IDSX Polaris RZR Exhaust Review 0

By Doug Meyer. There are two things that are considered to be the Holy Grail for increasing the performance of an internal combustion engine — increase the flow of air and fuel into the engine and the flow of the used mixture out. Increasing the airflow in can be accomplished with a better air filter…

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Carlisle ACT ATV Tire Review

Carlisle ACT ATV Tire Review 0

By Doug Meyer. Tires are more than just a big investment; they are an important part of improving the performance of your ATV or UTV. Before you make an ATV tire purchase you must typically decide what you want your new set of tires to do. Do you want them to have great performance or be…

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Warn ATV Snow Plow Review

Warn ATV Snow Plow Review 0

By Doug Meyer. Warn may be as well-known for their ATV snow plows as they are for their excellent line of winches. To equip your ATV for plowing, Warn offers several options for equipping your ATV to plow the entire neighborhood’s snowfall. To put a plow on your ATV or UTV, you’ll need to make a…

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ITP Mud Lite ATV Tire Review

ITP Mud Lite ATV Tire Review 0

By Doug Meyer ITP offers the Mud Lite tires in AT and XL versions. Both are based on the ITP 589 Mud/Snow tire carcass. ITP’s Mud Lite tires were designed with four major goals in mind, and it succeeded across the board. First, the tread was designed to perform in deep, sticky mud and hard, crusty snow. The…

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