Everyone Needs A Buddy: Wiseco Garage Buddy Steel Valve Kits Save You Big Money On Your Small Engine Rebuilds


Everyone Needs A Buddy: Wiseco Garage Buddy Steel Valve Kits Save You Big Money On Your Small Engine Rebuilds

Spending your money wisely is one of the most important parts of hot rodding, loving cars, and being a gearhead, right? If you blow your cash on stuff that doesn’t help you and might even cause you problems the effects are pretty crummy. This is why companies like Wiseco exist and come up with awesome ideas like their Garage Buddy line of products. These are parts and pieces designed to deliver the goods and reliability and performance while not breaking the bank. Take this steel valve kit for example.

Most four stroke engines in ATVs and dirt bikes use factory titanium valves. They are great and they are light and they’re expensive as hell to replace when you want to rebuild your engine or when you need to rebuild your engine. Wiseco’s garage buddy steel valve kit comes with valves and the proper valve springs to control them. Using the factory seals and keepers you can swap the valve and spring and be back in business for a fraction of the cost. The wild thing is saving this money while adding parts that are tops in the industry. Great idea, right?

There are loads of different Garage Buddy valve kit applications. If you are rebuilding a dirt bike or ATV engine now or in the near future, make sure you check out the Wiseco Garage Buddy line to see if it can save you money while delivering the quality you want and need for your horsepower making toys!

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2 thoughts on “Everyone Needs A Buddy: Wiseco Garage Buddy Steel Valve Kits Save You Big Money On Your Small Engine Rebuilds

  1. Gary D

    So there are absolutely no benefits to using titanium valves in these engines and the OEMs are just wasting money? Not making sense to me.

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    1. Kevin B

      There are benefits to weight which translates to performance through ability to rev a little quicker, but I think what they’re saying is the average rider that buys a bike won’t notice the difference between steel and titanium at a standard level of riding and they may not want to spend the money on titanium when it comes time for a replacement if there’s no benefit for them.

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