From 2004 to 2008 Yamaha was on the cutting edge of our industry, coming out with three exciting vehicles - YFZ450, Raptor 700, and Rhino 660 and 700. The YFZ led the way for 450cc sport ATVs. The Raptor 700 overhauled the entire industry with...Read More »
The Raptor 700 has been one of Yamahas greatest successes, and there are a lot of options when it comes to motor performance. There have typically been two popular big bores for the 700, the 105.5mm 734cc and 108mm 770cc. The 734cc kit is more...Read More »
Kibblewhite has been making valve train components for over 78 years. Think about that. These guys were making valves before World War II. When Kibblewhite started Lou Gehrig was the biggest name in baseball. That is a long time....Read More »
One of my favorite ATVs is the Kawasaki Brute Force. I love the design of the motor and the power those machines put out....Read More »
I love carburetors. I think the way they work and what they do are really cool, and I like talking about them. I really like to see people add carbs to their stock or big bore motor, because it really can make a big difference....Read More »
The Polaris RZR 800 is a great machine, and it blew up the side x side market as well as making Polaris once again a major player in the ATV industry. Just think how much different it is at our favorite ATV riding spots from 10 years ago. You would...Read More »
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