While the individual parts and components you choose to install on your dirt bike play an important factor when it comes to style, performance and maintenance, you simply can’t neglect what makes it all work smoothly together: the oils and chemicals.
Of course, the most important of all is engine oil (which comes in different varieties depending on whether you own a 4-stroke or a 2-stroke bike). But there are several other types of oil that your bike needs as well: fork oil, transmission oil and shock fluids. Each plays an important role in keeping the moving parts of your dirt bike functioning as they should. They allow you to achieve maximum performance while riding, and they’re an important part of your motorcycle’s maintenance schedule to keep other parts from wearing out too quickly. You only want the best available, and that’s why we only carry reliable brands with a worthwhile reputation:
If it’s dirt bike oil you want, you can’t go wrong when you shop at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. But there is a lot more to consider. Aside from a page devoted exclusively to oils, we also have a chemicals page. That’s where you’ll find brake fluid, coolant, antifreeze, grease, lubricants, and air filter oil. Each has a vital role that can’t be ignored. You’ll also discover a few chemicals which may not be essential per se, but which can still be helpful with your dirt bike’s maintenance or customization. For example, we’ve got adhesives, fuel additives, paint, cleaners and polishes.
If all of this wasn’t enough, we also have all the fuel cans, chemical utensils, maintenance accessories and washing tools you’ll ever need. They’re perfect additions for your garage or other work environment to help you get the job done.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we strive to carry every product you want at a sensible price, and the same goes for our dirt bike oils and chemicals. Take a look now to discover the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC difference for yourself.
Jose in FL
Overall it worked amazing . It removed the dirt from the filter and left it looking better than new. BUT and this is a big BUT, it weakened the glue significantly on my oem filter( I like to use oem filters because more seat of the pants throttle response) where it mates with the air box and the rubber gasket that the air filter intake screen slips into. It caused it to separate and render a 4 ride air filter useless. Practically still new filter in the trash. I will try using twin air filters and see if they hold up better , also I will try and reduce the recommended time of soaking the filter in the bucket so the glues don't fail. Otherwise Ill go right back to using foam cleaner which also did the job but didn't ruin the glues.Read All Reviews