10 Things About The 2023 Yamaha YZ450F That You Need To Know

Engine Feel: The 2023 Yamaha YZ450F engine comes on much smoother than the 2022 model and climbs much harder as well. The engine builds RPM’s more like a KTM down low (but with more meat/torque) but then has a hard…

Webb, Brayton, Karnow, Woods Archive

We’re back on a Sunday! Cooper Webb joins us for the first time since SX ended to catch up on what he’s been doing with his free time and what his outlook is on 2023 as season prep gets closer…

Musquin, Lindstrom, Blair Archive

Marvin Musquin shocked at least a few people by taking the 2022 Red Bull Straight Rhythm title, he comes on to talk about laying the smacketh down on Ken and the rest of the competitors at the loose, fun and now beachside event.…

“Maxxis Tires” – Classic Ink #42 “On the Line Racing”

For this edition of Classic Ink, we are going to take a look back at one of the coolest mail-order companies of the early nineties, On the line Racing. In the early 1990s, if you were looking to build a…

Pro Circuit Cardiff SX Post-Race PulpCasts

WSX! FIRST RACE! PULPCASTS! Listen individually below or subscribe to The Steve Matthes Show on your Podcast player of choice to listen to them seamlessly while driving or working in the garage.

2022-2023 Yamaha YZ250F Top 5 Mods

The Yamaha YZ250F is unchanged for 2023 so these five mods below will work for the 2022 and 2023 model. If you’re looking for a baseline suspension setting you can click this link: https://pulpmx.com/2021/09/26/2022-yamaha-yz250f-baseline-settings/. These mods below drastically changes the…

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