Originally Posted WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2012
Ask 10 savvy motorcyclists about synthetic engine oil and you’ll likely get 10 different opinions. Old timers will tell you that converting an old machine to synthetic will create problems, and to some extent, that may be true. There are certain instances where the use of synthetic oil may take some wise consideration. However, today’s synthetic oils made for piston engines have more superior chemical and mechanical properties than traditional petroleum-based products. Synthetics will give your engine added life and protection. Continue reading
Originally Posted TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2011
The roads on the Delmarva peninsula are clear of ice and snow for a major part of the winter season. However, not all motorcycle riders are warm-blooded enough to keep riding during those cool months. If this is true of you, you will want to take care of your bike during hibernation. Here are some essential tips to make the spring thaw easy on you, your bike and your wallet.
We recommend you use a fuel stabilizer to keep your gas fresh and protect your carburetors/fuel injection system and gas tank from corrosion and residual deposits. Continue reading