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.😎😄
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 🇺🇸
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 203 878 2379 to order
Slater Skins Air Box Cover (Yamaha YZ250F/450F) https://t.co/Z4ax3OgqJJ via @PulpMX
— Slater Skins (@SlaterSkins) October 23, 2020
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!