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Motocross Action magazine takes an in-depth look at the Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing KX450F
The Monster Energy Kawasaki Racing team of Ryan Villopoto and Jake Weimer have been competing with AIR4ORCE tunable intake system since the opening round of the 2012 Supercross season opener in Anaheim, California. Ryan Villopoto went on to the win the 2012 Monster Energy Supercross Championship on his AIR4ORCE equipped Factory Kawasaki KX450F. Unfortunately Ryan Villopoto is sidelined with an injury that will keep him from competing in the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. However with Ryan sidelined, that has opened up the opportunity to allow Motocoss Action magazine to delve deep into the championship winning machine of Ryan Villopoto and fortunately for us, they brought a videographer along. Click the image above to see the full video.
Motocross Action magazine tests the Moto Tassinari VForce3 Reed Valve System for the Yamaha YZ250 in July 2010 issue
It works. No drama. No doubts. It is a must have. -5 star rating from MXA
The VForce3 Reed Valve System for the Yamaha YZ250 is featured in the July 2010 of Motocross Action. The product test can be downloaded here, or you can read it below.
WHAT STANDS OUT? Here’s a list of things that stand out with the Moto Tassinari YZ250 VForce3.
(1) Features. The Moto Tassinari VForce3 has twice as many reeds as a stock reed valve. It looks like two reed valves in one cage. The benefit of doubling the number of reeds is that each individual reed only has to open half as far to get the same amount of fuel to flow. Given the fact that reed petals open and close 133 times per second, the less they move the longer they last. Additionally, the VForce3 reed cage is a modular design that allows each piece to be crafted to do a single job. This is most noticeable at the front of the block where the reed petal tips are recessed into the cage.