INSIDE THE SHOP - August 2018

2018-08-07 09:17
Kawasaki's redesigned 2019 KX450 has riders eager to get their hands on this new bike and luckily for them, we here at Pro Circuit have the performance exhaust needed to up the joy of riding the new machine. Pro Circuit's close relationship with Kawasaki has helped us get ahead of the R&D and develop four different options to meet all types of riding needs. With the Monster Energy Kawasaki race team in mind, we have created an extremely good product so whether you are professional or a weekend warrior, there is something for you.

The Ti-6 Pro Titanium Exhaust System is designed for the AMA Pro racer competing in AMA/Monster Energy Supercross or Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series. Engineered to meet strict AMA/FIM sound regulations, the Ti-6 Pro system provides superior performance while complying with the series’ sound regulations.

The Ti-6 Pro exhaust system is constructed from high-grade titanium throughout with a carbon fiber end-cap for a factory look.

The Ti-6 Titanium Exhaust System is designed for both closed-course and off-road racers. It's the ideal system for AMA Amateur events or any rider or racer looking for winning performance, legendary durability and a professional look. The Pro Circuit Ti-6 System is equipped with a removable USFS approved spark arrestor, making it easy to alternate between off-road and closed-course racing.

The T-6 Stainless Steel Exhaust System is designed for both closed-course and off-road competition. Constructed from high strength stainless steel and aluminum, the T-6 offers the same improved performance as our Ti-6 System. The T-6 System is a great option for riders or racers looking for winning performance, legendary durability and a professional look but at a lower price. In addition, the T-6 System is equipped with a removable USFS approved spark arrestor making it easy to alternate between off-road and closed-course racing.

The T-6 Stainless Steel Slip-On Silencer is for riders looking for an inexpensive, easy-to-install, durable performance silencer that can bolt right onto their stock head pipe. The T-6 Slip-On is constructed of stainless steel and high-quality aluminum for increased durability. The T-6 Slip-On is a great option for any rider looking for an increase in performance on a small budget. A removable USFS approved spark arrestor is included to make it easier to alternate between off-road and closed-course racing.




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AMA National Amateur Motocross Championship
One of the biggest moments in an amateur rider's career is lining up to race the AMA National Amateur Motocross Championship at the Loretta Lynn Ranch. With Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki being the feeder team for Kawasaki's brightest young stars, the AMA National Amateur Motocross Championship is an important race so the team can watch for the "next big thing." Kawasaki Team Green has nurtured young riders such as Ryan Villopoto, Adam Cianciarulo, and Austin Forkner to be ready to challenge at the highest level.

Knowing the importance of the event, Pro Circuit is dedicated to being onsite with staff to help. Mitch Payton has always made it a priority to be at the Ranch each year, eager to watch the next generation rise to the pressure of racing in the biggest event of the year.



Always Researching and Developing
At Pro Circuit, we are constantly working to make sure we are putting out the best product on the market. This is a busy time of year with new models being revealed and new products being tested.

Most recently we've been perfecting some options for the 2019 Yamaha YZ85, which you can see below. Also in the works are products for the 2019 lineup of KTM/Husqvarna models. Make sure you're following us on our social channels Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay up to date when products launch.



Pro Circuit Rider Ryan Villopoto
Most of you already know Ryan Villopoto. The multi-time champion who won nearly everything he competed in. But what many don't know is that Pro Circuit was one of his first sponsors when he was still on Yamaha's as a little peewee.

It's been fun watching Ryan compete in various new endeavors since he announced his alignment with Yamaha in January. Between snowcross racing at XGAMES or winning 125 races, Ryan has been busy making the most of retirement and having some fun.

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