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Dirt Bike Electrical Parts

A faulty electrical wire or part can quickly ruin any race or ride, so make sure you shop at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC for high quality electrical parts that perform and last. We have all the electrical parts you need including batteries, ignition coils and stators, spark plugs, starters, kill switches, lighting, power supplies and more. The dirt bike batteries we sell were specifically made for the demands of dirt bike riders and they come from the best brands in the industry like Ballistic, Bike Master, Motor Power, Shorai and Yuasa. When it comes to lighting for your dirt bike, we have hundreds of lights and accessories to choose from, so you can find everything you need in one place, saving you time and money. Find headlights, tail lights, flood bulbs, brake lights, lighting kits and replacement bulbs – all at the best prices you’ll find anywhere. If you need new spark plugs, we have those as well, along with the spark plug wrenches that make the job quick and easy. Rocky Mountain ATV/MC leads the off-road industry in having the biggest selection of dirt bike electrical parts at the best prices.

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  • KTM Ignition Curve Map Switch

    Ben in WA

    Map switch

    Bought this out of curiosity about the the second map on my 2020 xc300. Install was easy but maybe not for everyone. I saw lots of reviews on other sites etc claiming it was missing the other piece to mount it to your handlebars but its actually supposed to replay your clutch or front back upper mount clamp. Hopefully that helps someone out, haven’t really found a scenario where the second map helps but your mileage may vary.

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  • NGK Iridium Sparkplug

    Peter in PA

    Plug Upgrade from OEM

    Not much to say. Costs a bit more than conventional plug but the better performance and extended life make it worth it. Need to take an additional 5 seconds to unscrew the top cap for use with a KLR 650.

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  • NGK Resistor Sparkplug

    adrian in CA

    spark plug replacement

    always use Ngk plugs the plug that was in there was the original plug fired great still looked very clean . bought bike in 2009 many miles on it. changed plug because had to remove tank plug was right there.

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  • Polaris OEM Spark Plug


    Best plugs on the market

    I have used many spark plugs in my life, in different cars to motorcycles to anything that needs a spark plug and NGK has always been the best. I have never had a single issue with NGK plugs ever, unlike other brands that just don't work as well or last as long.

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  • Sicass Racing Universal Keyed Kill Switch

    Kris in BC

    Sicass keyed ignition switch

    Excellent product for the price, having the Normally open and Closed circuits in the same unit makes it about as universal as it gets, came with everything needed for install, if u cant make this work for your application you've got issues!

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  • Works Connection Tach/Hour Meter with Resettable Maintenance Timer

    Clint in KY


    Great purchase, everything it says it is. Go ahead and get the mount. If your are putting it on a 450RX. It won’t fit on the tank bolt... but fits behind the number plate. Or if you want to chance it like me, because I am 40 and don’t ride as hard as I used to. I put mine on my hydro clutch perch. I wanted to be able to see it while riding. If I break it I’ll get another and mount behind plate.

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