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Del West Powersports Ships Titanium Valves for Quads

November 29, 2011
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Valencia, Calif., November 28, 2011 —
Quad owners, the wait is over – titanium valves from Del West Powersports shipped today. That’s good news for engine builders. “I have a list of dealers that are waiting for these valves,” said Shannon Decker, brand manager for Del West Powersports. “They were in demand before they even got here.” This first-ever line of titanium valves exclusively for all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) are available in standard and oversized varieties for four applications: Suzuki LT-R450, Honda TRX450R, Yamaha YFZ450R and Kawasaki KFX450R. The company makes both intake and exhaust valves and they can be purchased singly or in sets of four or five, depending on manufacturer.
“The quad market needs a high quality valve at an extremely good price,” Decker said. To learn more about Del West Powersports’ titanium valves for quads, or to make a purchase, contact your local engine shop or parts dealer.
 
About Del West Powersports
Del West Powersports services motorcycle and off-road professionals and enthusiasts with high-quality, titanium valvetrain components. Our engine parts power champions in Motocross, Supercross, MotoGP, and World Superbike, among others. We are a division of Del West Engineering, which since 1973 has been delivering the best in materials research, mechanical design and precision manufacturing to customers around the globe. Today, the company is renowned for high-tech, high-quality components that power industries as diverse as race cars and motorcycles, watches, aerospace and medical devices. To learn more, please visit us online at www.delwestengineering.com.  

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