Dirt Bike Maintenance
Consistent oil and fluid changes are some of the most important factors for making your vehicle last. Refer to your owner’s manual for the specific fluid changing schedule for your vehicle. Remember – it is much cheaper to regularly replace your oil and fluids than it is to replace engine components.
Brake maintenance is essential for the safety of any vehicle. At the beginning of each riding season you should check your brake pads (should be thicker than 1/8th inch), brake fluid (should be full and uncontaminated), and rotors (should not have any grooves or warping). Alpine XC technicians can help you with any brake inspections or repairs.
Forks and Shocks need annual service to protect internal components and prevent leaks. Learn more about Alpine XC’s suspension services.
Clean and oil your air filter regularly to keep air flowing to your engine, keep dirt and other contaminants out, and make your machine run its best. Many stock filters are paper filters and can't be cleaned but will need to be replaced instead. When you replace your air filter, consider what type of filter to use. We recommend using a funnel web, twin air, or pre-oiled filter for quality performance.
Maintain an appropriate air pressure for your style of riding. Lower air pressure is better for slow speeds and greater traction; higher air pressure is better for fast speeds and smooth surfaces. Always check tires for cracking, abnormal wear, and other damage before riding. Our experts can inspect, maintain, repair, and replace your tires to best fit your needs.
Faded plastics lower the value of your dirt bike and make it look old. If you have the space, store your machine in a garage or covered location to protect it from the sun. If your plastics are already faded, our technicians can restore dirt bike plastics to a high-quality gloss shine.
Winterizing your machine is an important part of powersport maintenance. Prevent damage from gas going bad by draining your gas tank and carburetor or adding fuel stabilizer to the tank before extended storage. Or let us do the hard work for you.
Dirt Bike Repairs
Need valves replaced? Time for a new top end or cylinder head? Bring your machine in for any engine repair. Alpine XC performs top end, bottom end, and full engine rebuilds. Learn more about Alpine XC’s engine services.
If you notice your gears slipping or not engaging, it may be time to replace your clutch. A clutch rebuild is the perfect time to inspect all of your clutch components including clutch plates, clutch cable, clutch lever, and clutch basket. Our motorcycle repair mechanics are set up to rebuild your clutch to make your bike shift smoothly again.
Vapor blasting restores parts to factory cleanliness by removing rust, corrosion, and other grime with a high pressure mix of water and mild cleaning agents. Learn more about Alpine XC’s vapor blasting services.
Our Price: $125/hr; all engine rebuilds include free vapor blasting
Something’s wrong but you don't know what it is? Have our expert mechanics diagnose your problem and get it fixed. Alpine XC has years of repair service experience with a wide variety of parts and machines including suspension rebuilds, engine repairs, carburetor adjustments, and more. Give us a call or send a quick message describing the issues you're experiencing and our friendly staff will get back to you quickly with a diagnosis and possible courses of action for fixing the problem.
Call Us: (801) 913-4308
Email Us: AlpineXC@gmail.com
Dirt Bike Custom Builds and Installs
A desert tank can be a nice addition if you don't want to worry about filling up so often. We'll make sure that your new tank fits your bike perfectly and you'll feel confident knowing that you can go further in your next ride without needing to fill up with gas.
A new pipe not only looks great, but can also improve the performance of your 2 stroke. We also provide and install top of the line spark arrestors. A spark arrestor is a must have since many trails and races require them. Contact our friendly staff for help ordering or installing your exhaust, or to ask for recommendations on which exhaust would be best for your bike.
If you've been riding dirt bikes long then you've definitely heard about the Rekluse clutch. And if you've gotten the chance to ride with one then you're undoubtedly hooked. The Rekluse is a high performance anti-stalling, automatic clutch. With the Rekluse you no longer have to manually work the clutch when you shift; Rekluse takes care of it all for you. You'll get a smoother ride and experience less riding fatigue. Once you've experienced the Rekluse you'll never go back to anything else.