Kibblewhite intake valves are a great upgrade from your O.E.M. motorcycle valves due to their superior performance and outstanding reliability. All KPMI Black Diamond stainless steel valves are impregnated by a special German process to a depth of 0.002", with a surface build up of 0.0002". This "Black Diamond" process improves wear properties, reduces friction, and provides resistance to corrosion and wear that is superior to chrome and nickel electrolysis plating. Each valve is designed using Finite Element Analysis software, and profiles are tested on Kibblewhites computerized flow bench. Black Diamond Valves are light, strong, one-piece forgings with profiles that provide excellent flow characteristics and will outlast titanium valves.Detailed Specifications: Type: Valve, intake, Black Diamond. Material: Stainless steel. Quantity: 1. Head diameter: 1.418" / 36.00 mm. Stem diameter: 0.2155". Tulip: 20. Overall length: 3.210". Remarks: Standard head diameter. Notes: Kibblewhite valves are sold individually. You must use KPMI Spring Kit 60-60700 when installing Black Diamond valves.
"These valves are AMAZING!!! 1. SUPER DURABLE: After one break-in ride, I haven't had to adjust my clearances once yet. 2. THE POWER!!!: The power increase from replacing my old stock valves with Kibblewhites was CRAZY. It felt like I was riding a brand new bike!!! My bike was so much more powerful that I actually cased a few jumps before I had gotten used to it. GO WITH KIBBLEWHITE!"
Renthal is a global leader in the manufacturing, design and sales of motorcycle and ATV accessories. They are the undisputed leader in handlebars for the motorcycle and ATV markets and currently, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki and KTM spec their motocross models with their handlebars as stock. Renthal takes their years of motorcycle championship winning experience to develop grip glue that holds strong and is easy to use. A highly developed grip glue, specially formulated to give a secure bond without damaging the grip. Prevents the grip from slipping and squirming during aggressive riding and racing conditions. A must when using medium or soft compound Renthal grips.
"The way I saw it, you could use this stuff when you put on your grips and won't need to wire them and they'll stay put. WRONG!!! The throttle grip isn't too bad because the tube spins with your hand, but the left side grip would spin all the way around like 10 times on an average day's worth of riding. I finally just wired them up recently."