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LAPC's 2013–'14 Honda CRF450 piston kit is a performance-based piston that enhances power without diminishing reliability. Purpose: The stock 2013-'14 CRF450 produces the least horsepower in the 450 class. This isn't a dealbreaker, as the powerband is easy to ride and very tractable. But since it gives up as much as 5 horsepower to the competition, it needs more oomph...
At the last round, Robby spotted the field a bit of a lead with a four kick start. From there it was all business. He moved up to second by the third lap and began a battle with Bobby Garrison. These two pulled away and had a two man race for the win. After a back and forth battle, Robby took the lead for good with a few laps remaining and finished first with a 38 second margin.
US-based L.A.Sleeve is supporting a new generation of hot rodders by supplying centrifugally spun-cast ductile iron cylinder sleeve liners for fast road and drag-race use. Aluminum-block motors used in today's vehicles are very good for their intended purpose. But sometimes they're not quite as good as the factory engineer would like. L.A.Sleeve believes it can make the alloy blocks perform better and surpass expectations.
Pala, California - After a two month long summer break, the 2013 Rocky Mountain MC World Off-Road Championship Series presented by Motoworks and Dirt Bike Magazine was back in action at Pala Raceway California for Round six, and Moose Racing's Bobby Garrison secured his first win of the year followed by Precision Concept's Robby Bell and RPM / KTM's Justin Jones rounding out the podium.
Los Angeles Piston Company goes 1 and 3 at this past weekends WORCS race at Sand Hollow. Both Robby Bell and Justin Seeds both using LAPC pistons motored their way to the podium on a very rough half sand dune half rocky WORCS course. Durability and Performance plain and simple. for more info go to http://www.lapiston.com or www.lasleeve.com
Top Fuel legend Larry “Spiderman” McBride began the 2013 campaign the way he begins most of his seasons – victorious. Spiderman scored a commanding and dominant win at the Exoticycle Manufacturers Cup from Bradenton, Fla. April 5-7.
Video of the 2-Stroke Championship @ Glen Helen Raceway this past weekend. Check out the pros ringing the necks of their 2-smokes and battling it out for the pro purse.
Once a year the sleepy beach town of San Felipe is awoken by the sounds of chase crews, pre-runner vehicles and race machines tearing around the streets and nearby desert in preparation for the season opener of the SCORE Baja series. The town may be a destination for those seeking relaxation and an escape from the hustle and bustle of the American way of life, but the race itself offers nothing of the sort. The terrain is brutal. The course features more whoops than most racers would care to hit in a lifetime and embedded rocks blending in so well with the dirt that it makes racing feel a bit like a game of Russian roulette. Maintaining focus over such unreadable terrain is of the utmost importance as the slightest mistake could end your race. Couple the mental test with the physicality of the course and the speeds required to compete and it can be argued that the San Felipe 250 is one of the toughest off road races in the world.
The Build-Up to April 7: See who you can spot from last year’s race: We see Dennis Stapleton, Michael Leib, Austin Squires, Justin Jones, Vince Friese, Chris Gosselaar, Doug Dubach, Mike Sleeter & more.
Motocross Action: Why is L.A. Sleeve spending marketing budget on a pro purse for the Two-Stroke World Championship Series?
Mark Kalpakoff: [Smiling] This industry is one of the richest, well doing industries in the world. My paycheck pays for my jet, the blow dryer for my poodles at home, and we thought that to make even more money we could get back into the two-stroke extravaganza [laughter].
Okay, in all seriousness, what's the reasoning?
With L.A. Sleeve's history through the 1980s and 1990s, especially in sponsoring Jeremy McGrath, was all about two-strokes. We talked about getting with a promoter to have a two-stroke series. Glen Helen had talked about doing a two-stroke race, and this was back in 2007. We had a nice discussion with Glen Helen, and we thought that we should support the idea. L.A. Sleeve's biggest business has been two-strokes, and I believe that the future will be two-strokes.