A “Kleen Air Modification” for a stuntbike is meant to kept over-flow oil from running out the engine into the air box and eventually getting on the throttle bodies. Essentially, you remove the two hoses connecting the front and back of your engine to your air box and run one, longer hose between the two. Now if your bike ends up upside-down during stunting or crashing, the oil stays in the motor, not the airbox.
High fashion and a stunted out Kawasaki? We got it.
A little taste of what the Chicago motorcycle stunt riders are working on for this season!
The TC Signature Exhaust is one sexy, high performance exhaust to give your sportbike the meanest growl at the lot (or at the bikenight - whatever you dig).
The top four runs from the first round of Stuntwars 2012. First and second were taken by competition-regulars Luke Duke and Bill Dixon. Jason Britton made an exciting competition appearance to come in a very respectable third and Dirty George threw down an amazing fourth place finish.
Luke Duke is one of the few professional riders out of the Northeast. Battling winter weather and long drives to every stunt event, Luke still finds the time to work his 9-5 and practice enough to keep him on the podium at every stunt event in the country. We caught up with him after his victory at Stuntwars, check out what he has to say about working, training and keeping his stuntbikes tight for competition.
Some parts on a stuntbike are upgraded because they "feel better" or "look better." Upgrading your 2003-2004 Kawasaki ZX-6R forks is common becuase running the 03-04's is a bit like playing Russian Roulette.