Showing posts with label Slater Skins High Flow Air Box Cover. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Slater Skins High Flow Air Box Cover. Show all posts

Thursday, June 3, 2021

SLATER SKINS HIGH FLOW AIR BOX COVER

Hey Slater Company.  I would really like a Sponsorship and to promote the Slater Skins High Flow Air Box Cover.  I would literally promote the crap out of it and honestly, I could really use the extra power for my hole shots at my MX races.πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜„ 


Slater Skins High Flow Air box Cover


Slater Skins new air filter cover for the the 2018 2021 YZ 450F 2019 2021 YZ 250F. With the  increased air flow is a huge improvements over stock. Comes with washer clip to use with stock Dzus fastener 

$ 80.00 Made in the USA πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ 

contact slaterskins@gmail.com or 203 878 2379 to order 

https://twitter.com/slaterskins/status/1319707637819297793?s=21


Hey everybody, if you have a Yamaha like mine, a 2021 Yamaha YZ250F, you really could use a Slater Skins High Flow Air box Cover.  Their information is above the photo.  Help me out here and order one and maybe that will help me get a much needed sponsorship.  Thanks,  Taylor


I need more power for my Hole Shots!  I'm running 91 Octane Ethanol Free gasoline.  Here is a quote from a mechanic on gas:

"Mechanic's Note: If your dirt bike or ATV engine is tuned to run at a higher octane you'll need to invest in higher octane fuel. For example, a higher compression piston could cause the fuel to detonate (causing knocking) rather than burn which affects performance. Check the owner's manual. Most non-ethanol based fuel is rated at 90 octane and recommended for Motocross bikes.

One type of gas to avoid, if at all possible, is ethanol-based. Yes, it is difficult nowadays to find gas that's not corn fed especially in certain parts of the country or during a specific time of year. If you have a choice, pay extra or go out of your way for straight-up gas, otherwise it's OK to use the ethanol-based. It works just fine and won't hamper performance. However, we advise NOT using an ethanol concentration above 10 percent.

The big concern using ethanol-based fuel is corrosion. Ethanol attracts moisture which overtime corrodes vital engine parts. Therefore, burn off all ethanol-based fuel in the tank, drain the tank or add a fuel stabilizer if left in the tank for long periods. Ethanol-based fuel eventually gels and clogs the jets."

I just don't want to run a gas (corn) product that messes up my engine so that's why I try to run the ethanol free but the higher octane is hard to find.  I might have to go to racing fuel for the races.

I need the power!


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