By Courtney Evans  1wrench1 money DIY

 

Motorcycle Air Filter

Motorcycle Air Filter

Does your bike have a rough idle?  Does is lack the performance that it once had?  Does your bike lack some of the characteristics that actually drew you into the motorcycle lifestyle in the first place?  All these things can happen when your bike isn’t properly maintained.  Just like us, your bike needs to breathe easy.

In order for your engine to run at its best, it must have among other things,  fresh, clean air. If your bike’s air filter is clogged and dirty, you will experience reduced gas mileage, power loss, rough Continue reading “Breathe Easy: Taking Care of Your Motorcycle’s Air Filter” »

By Eric Wu

Aftermarket Headlight

Aftermarket Headlight

The automotive lighting market today is filled with a large number of aftermarket headlight options to choose from, including the elegant LED Headlights, stylish euro headlights, and the classy projector headlights. Depending upon your requirements, you can choose from these equally viable headlight options. You are no longer required to restrict yourself to the dull and yellowish headlights for your vehicle. Continue reading “Aftermarket Headlights: A Step Towards Making Your Ride Safe And Stylish!” »

By Courtney Evans  2 wrench difficulty1 money DIY

Fresh Engine Oil

Fresh Engine Oil

Glug. Glug. Glug. Glug. What’s that sound? That’s the sound of new, fresh oil being poured into your engine! I love that sound! Not only is it cool, but when I hear it, I know I’m doing something good for my engine.

Changing your vehicle’s oil is probably the single most important thing you can do to prolong the life of your engine. Well, exactly what does changing your oil mean and why would you do such a Continue reading “The Oil Change Basics” »


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