AIR4ORCE featured in issue 67 of MOTO Magazine
We've been a fan of MOTO Magazine for quite some time, so it's always a pleasure when we open up the latest issue and find a Moto Tassinari product featured inside. The AIR4ORCE is featured in the New Product section of issue 67, under the sub-head, "The Things You Need In Your Life". We couldn't agree more. Yeah, of course we're biased, but the AIR4ORCE is truly a simple bolt-on modification that enhances throttle response, acceleration and increases horsepower. All the things you expect from an expensive aftermarket exhaust system, you can get from the AIR4ORCE at less than 1/3 the price of an exhaust system. Better yet, is that the AIR4ORCE is not prone to crash damage like an expensive exhaust system and it has no moving parts to fail.
It's made a significant improvement in overall power on MOTO's test YZF300. —MOTO Magazine / Issue 67
Newly crowned Lites SX Champ Justin Barcia featured in ad
To say the GEICO/Honda team had an impressive supecross season would be an understatement. The team has been a presence on the podium all season long and even came oh-so-close to winning both Lites Supercross Championships this year with Justin Barcia and Eli Tomac. Moto Tassinari is proud to be partnered with such an outstanding team. GEICO/Honda was one of the first teams to use the AIR4ORCE in competition. At the end of the 2010 season they outfitted Trey Canard's Honda CRF250R for the Motocross of Nations with an AIR4ORCE and have been using them ever since.
The all-new MT "ICON" t-shirt is now available for purchase by calling the number below. You can also receive the shirt FREE by placing any order over $100. Does it get any better than that? Yes, it actually does, we'll even include free UPS ground shipping anywhere within the Continental US.
The MT icon was developed for use on the AIR4ORCE tunable intake system and is now the official logo of Moto Tassinari as well.
Yamaha Monster Energy Gariboldi team is AIR4ORCE equipped
The YAMAHA MONSTER ENERGY GARIBOLDI TEAM will work in closer connection with Yamaha Motor Europe and YRRD (Yamaha Rinaldi Research and Development) for what will be the second FIM MX-GP Motocross World Championship season in 2011 after impressing in the maiden 2010 campaign. The Italian squad brought the talents of 2009 European Champion Christophe Charlier and promising Finn Harri Kullas to the highly competitive MX2-GP class on YZ250F machinery and both rookies finished in the top eleven of the series’ standings. In 2011 the crew will add MX1-GP representation to the ranks with the signature of Anthony Boissiere on the YZ450F to give Yamaha a three rider presence in the premier category.