Things To Consider Before You Buy an Aftermarket Link for Your Dirt Bike

Posted by Shelby Pitzel on 3/8/2018 to Transformer Pull-Rod
An aftermarket link for a dirt bike almost instantly improves suspension performance or simply makes your ride more comfortable. There can be an aftermarket link out there for just about any rider and make positive difference in their experience in the seat. 

While there are major benefits, it is important to know that there may be some things to consider before you take the plunge.

2 Ways to Lower Front Forks After Installing a Lowering Link

Posted by Royce DeVol on 3/1/2018 to Transformer Pull-Rod
When installing a Lowering Link, Lowering Pull Rod, or lowering the rear end of your motorcycle by suspension, you may need to lower the front end of your bike as well in order to balance the geometry of your bike. By balancing the geometry of your bike, you are ensuring your bike rides comfortably and performs at it's best. 

Here are two options to get the correct balance back after lowering the rear end of your bike. 

Do DeVol Radiator Guards Fit with Aftermarket Radiators?

Posted by Shelby Pitzel on 1/30/2018 to Radiator Guards
As an off-road rider, there may be a chance that you have oversized aftermarket radiators on your motorcycle. If you do, you probably spent a pretty penny on a set of Fluidyne, Mylers, or another brand of aftermarket radiators and want to make sure you protect your investment with a trusted set of DeVol Radiator Guards.

Why Using an Aftermarket Pull-Rod Linkage Makes Such a Difference in the Performance

Posted by Shelby Pitzel on 12/19/2017 to Transformer Pull-Rod
Why Using an Aftermarket Pull-Rod Linkage Makes Such a Difference in the Performance
If you take notice of the pull-rods on the pro bikes at outdoor nationals, supercross or GNCC, we would be willing to bet 90% of them are not stock. There's been a lot of chatter in the dirt bike world about aftermarket pull-rods recently. Claims of an aftermarket pull-rod vs. a stock pull-rod can make a world of difference to the suspension performance of your bike.