A set of coloured handlebars is one of the simplest ways to add some ‘zing’ to your motorbike. These lightweight, anodised handlebars from WRP are just the ticket, and are now stocked at Wemoto.com Continue reading →
Sunstar Aluminium sprockets are now available for the UK market from Wemoto.
Sunstar’s sprocket manufacturing knowledge and experience is already proven; they are the first choice of Japanese original equipment manufacturers when it comes to steel sprockets, making more steel sprockets for Japanese models than any other sprocket manufacturer. Now the same engineering know-how that went into some of the strongest steel sprockets available, goes into sturdy, yet lightweight, aluminium sprockets for a range of off-road models.
The new Sunstar aluminium are designed to provide maximum strength and minimum weight, and in tests has shown an increased lifespan of up to 15% compared to other makes.
From the same people who brought you Devil racing exhausts and KS Oil Filters, KS reusable air filters are now available for a wide variety of models as an upgraded replacement to the original filter.
KS air filters offer superior air flow and filtration compared to the original paper or foam air filter supplied as original equipment, and are washable and reusable, rather than throwing yet another disposable air filter onto the landfill at every service.
Earlier this year Wemoto became exclusive distributor for Devil exhausts and silencers. Devil have been busy at work in this time to launch the lightweight ‘rocket’ silencer for the Suzuki GSR 750.
This reinforced carbon fibre construction can with high-density fibre end cap is both rugged and stylish. The ‘Rocket’ silencer offers a larger body and internal volume than other cans in the Devil range to both accommodate the requirements of the large capacity sports bike engine, and to provide the distinctive ‘Deeptone’ note Devil is so well-known for.
Devil Rocket is not just a pretty face – Devil’s experienced engineers have expertly removed all excess weight, saving almost 2kg compared to the original equipment. Moreover, it provides a maximum power increase of 3.6 bhp.
Adjustable levers aren’t anything new, but Vicma goes one step further. Click on the thumbnail for a larger photo
Spanish company Vicma have long been known for their quality production of OE products for Derbi, Suzuki and Yamaha.
It is because of Vicma’s good quality aftermarket products that Wemoto stocks a wide range of their OE-match mirrors, indicators, locksets and levers. Now Wemoto also stocks their adjustable folding race levers.
CNC machined from 6061-T6 grade high-quality aluminium, these levers are adjustable to six positions, allowing the rider to set to their most comfortable position and ‘feel’ – particularly important on long rides.
Now adjustable levers aren’t anything new – but Vicma has gone one step further.
If you’re head and shoulders above the rest of us, you might find that your bike, made for the ‘average’ height rider, isn’t as comfortable as it could be.
Wemoto keeps stock of TRW Lucas raising and lowering kits for exactly this purpose and range from subtracting 50mm from the bike to adding 30mm. Height adjustment kits are also useful for modifying the handling of the bike, to either give you more stable handling or to give you nippier cornering.
Now there is a bit of research to do to make sure that adjusting the height of your bike is the right thing to do, so keep reading for the pros and cons of adding these tail-raising/jack-up kits to your bike.
If your maker believed good things come in small packages you might find that your bike, made for the ‘average’ height rider, isn’t as comfortable as it could be.
Wemoto keep stock of TRW Lucas raising and lowering kits for exactly this purpose, and range from subtracting 50mm from the bike to adding 30mm. Height adjustment kits are also useful for modifying the handling of the bike, to either give you more stable handling, or to give you nippier cornering.
Now there is a bit of research to do to make sure that adjusting the height of your bike is the right thing to do, so keep reading for the pros and cons of adding these lowering kits to your bike.