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HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MXA? HERE’S WHAT YOU’RE MISSING

  Yeah, yeah, we know that you get all the motocross info you need from the internet. That’s a laugh. No where on the web will in find in depth bike tests, product reviews and tech articles like those in MXA. Don’t believe us? Enjoy your ignorance. You’ll never read an opinion like this about […]

MXA TEAM TESTED: HOT CAMS STAGE 1/STAGE 2 KX450F CAMSHAFTS

WHAT IS IT? The best way to modify your four-stroke’s powerband is with different intake and exhaust camshafts. Hot Cams offers two different KX450F camshaft pairs—Stage 1 and Stage 2. They fit 2009–2014 Kawasaki KX450Fs. WHAT’S IT COST? $179.95 (Stage 1/Stage 2 intake), $199.95 (Stage 1/Stage 2 exhaust). CONTACT? www.hotcamsinc.com or (515) 402-8005. WHAT STANDS OUT? Here’s a […]

THIS MUCH WE KNOW! MASTERING THE ART OF LIVING WITH KAYABA PSF AIR FORKS

Honda angled the compression clicker, but put the air cap in straight. We?d like them to both be angled. The big news in the suspension world back in 2013 wass all about Kayaba’s PSF (Pneumatic Spring Fork) forks. They were and still are standard equipment on the Kawasaki KX450F and Honda CRF450. To rider new to the sport the idea of air springs seems revolutionary, but t his isn?t the first time that air springs have been tried on production bikes. As far back as 37 years ago, Yamaha was offering YZ125…

2014 MXA 450 FOUR-STROKE SHOOTOUT: THE EASIEST TO READ AND MOST ACCURATE SHOOTOUT YOU’LL EVER READ

Let’s get this out of the way first. Although every bike in this shootout is designed to do the same thing, they aren?t all alike. In fact, they are completely different. You?ll have to take our word for it, because it’s unlikely that the five major motorcycle brands are ever going to give you brand-new machines and unlimited time to get used to them. But, they did offer that to the MXA wrecking crew?and we are here to tell you that you can?t just pick your favorite color and live happily ever after. Ea…

MXA TEAM TESTED: TM DESIGNWORKS KTM SLIDE-N-GLIDE KIT

WHAT IS IT? A complete replacement chain guide and swingarm buffer for your KTM 250/350/450SXF, but a super product for Kawasaki KX250/KX450F and Suzuki RM-Z owners. WHAT’S IT COST? $154.95 (Motocross Slide-N-Glide chain guide, swingarm buffer and slide pad), $72.95 (Factory Edition chain guide only). CONTACT? (541) 772-4161 or www.tmdesignworks.com . WHAT STANDS OUT? Here’s a list of things that stand out with TM Designworks? Slide-N-Glide kit. (1) Drag. You probably don?t think of a chain guide as a p…