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Old 05-20-2019, 01:29 PM   #1
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BTT video up: Intro to "wrenching"... a guide to mods and upgrades

At the March's Beyond the Track, we've covered an introduction to "wrenching", looking at a trackday rider's guide to mods and upgrades. The categories, the tools, the good/bad experiences, we hear the experiences of riders who have just started working on their bikes, as well as riders who have been doing it for a number of years, and we are also fortunate to hear tips from a very seasoned Moto America racer, Kris Lillegard (KK47)!

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