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Superthins Tear Offs

Models to fit most helmets in stock
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Wakula RacingWelcome to Wakula Racing, your one-stop shop for all things flat track, plus service & shop gear! Wakula Racing was founded in 2001 by an Orange County California motorcycle racer with the mission of bringing awesome deals and customer service to motocycle racers and mechanics worlwide.

Tech Info

Technical Information - Spark Plugs

NGK Spark Plugs

Spark plugs are one of the most misunderstood components of an engine. Numerous questions have surfaced over the years, leaving many people confused.

This guide was designed to assist the technician, hobbyist, or race mechanic in understanding, using, and troubleshooting spark plugs. The information contained in this guide applies to all types of internal combustion engines: two stroke engines, rotary engines, high performance/racing engines and street vehicles.

Tear offs are an essential part of your gear offering greater visibility on sticky, wet dirt tracks, and also providing a bit of protection to your delicate polycarbonate shield. Although many manufacturers offer shields with pre-installed post, most do not. which brings us to the task of installing our own. I'm going to walk you through, step by step, and show you how to easily install your own without ruining you expensive shield. Simple and easy, with just a few simple tools.


  • Tear off posts.
  • One tear off.
  • Masking tape.
  • A pencil or a Sharpie.
  • Some sort of tape measure (a dressmakers tape works great).
  • A drill (cordless works best).
  • A drill bit.
  • Small Phillips screwdriver.

Safety Wiring Techniques

Safety wiring is not mysterious or difficult. It really only takes some time and practice, and will soon become second-nature for you at the track. Safety wiring should always be done to keep bolts or nuts from backing out. That means always wire in the direction that will tighten the bolt. Safety wiring is also done to prevent any part that does come loose from falling onto the track and causing damage to another bike or rider. It never hurts to safety wire any critical part of your bike, such as controls, beyond the requirements in the rulebook.