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Dynojet is Coming to Sand Sports Super Show!

We’re packing up and revving our engines for Sand Sports Super Show at the Orange County Fairgrounds. This will be our first large trade show of the year, and we have so much planned for these two days that it’ll be unforgettable.

The Dynojet Research booth with have three of our upgraded UTV’s on display as well as a wide range of our products for sale. One of these powerhouse UTV’s will be displayed outside of building 12 and is available for purchase at the trade show! It has a laundry list of upgrades so check it out on the show floor for the full rundown but here is a sneak peek of what’s been included on this 2016 Polaris XPT: 2017 Polaris XPT injectors, King shocks, Assault Industries Tie Rods, Dynojet’s Stage 5 Kit, Carillo Rods, JE Pistons(standard bore), STI wheels and tires, TCP Performance Dual Radiator and much more! The other two UTV’s are racing vehicles belonging to Jeramiah Drew and Katie Vernola.

We’ll also be featuring show exclusive discount codes, a raffle for one of our best-selling Power Vision or Power Commander fuel tuners and a special guest!

Katie V Racing will be at the Dynojet booth signing autographs both Saturday and Sunday! She’s one of Dynojet’s sponsored racers and has over 15 podium finishes under her belt and is currently Rookie of the Year in Lucas Oil’s Offroad Racing Series in Pro Turbo. Her autograph times are listed below and are in one-hour time slots.

Saturday @ 11 am, 2 pm and 4 pm

Sunday @12pm

Sand Sports is one of the biggest trade shows made specifically for off-road and sand vehicles, it attracts thousands from all over the world as both visitors and exhibitors for a true inside scoop of the next big thing in off-road sports.

Sand Sports Super Show is open from September 13th-15th, for more information on tickets and times check out the OC fairgrounds website.

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Top 10 Motorcycle World Records

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Narrowband vs. Wideband O2 Sensors

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Touring Bike Breakdown

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Through the ages, motorcycle races have always been major events that draw media coverage and throngs of spectators wanting a piece of the action. Nowadays, you would have a hard time selling out any major stadium to watch professional motorcycle racing in the United States. Why? What changed the collective mind of American citizens to pull them away from motorcycle racing for such a drastic decline? There are a lot of reasons motorcycle lovers have given as to why American’s seem to be losing interest in motorcycles and motorcycle racing. But before we get into the modern racing scene let’s take a look at the dangerous beginnings of what started a nation’s obsession with speed. Continue Reading

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Motorcycle Airbags Add Safety for Street Riders

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