New Cognito Long Travel Suspension Package for ’16-’21 Yamaha YXZ1000R
May 11, 2021
Cognito Motorsports was founded by Justin Lambert in 2001, just operating out of a converted chicken coop in Arroyo Grande, California. Now, two decades later, Cognito has become an industry leader in the design, development, and manufacturing of high-quality, proprietary suspension, steering, and chassis components for several popular trucks, SUVs, and UTVs. Justinâs passion for off-road racing paired with the rising popularity of UTVs inspired him to begin developing a comprehensive line of suspension upgrades for Can-Am, Polaris, and Yamaha. With proven performance and durability in the most extreme conditions, including under the pressures of competition, Cognito Motorsports has quickly become the leader in UTV aftermarket products for those looking for the very best.
Now Carrying DC Battery: The New Generation of Hybrid Batteries
May 11, 2021
Vivid Racing is pleased to announce that we now carry batteries from DC Battery Hub â home of the new generation of hybrid batteries. DCâs goal is to continue being the âtrusted, superior aftermarket supplierâ of hybrid electric vehicle battery packs. Since its inception, this brand has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to providing the automotive aftermarket with industry-leading hybrid batteries. The success it has achieved is rooted in the principles of a sound rebuilding process, exceptional customer service, and a superior product.
Carbon Fiber Dinan Cold Air Intake for ’19-’21 BMW G20 330i Now Available
May 10, 2021
Transform the mundane and utilitarian into something bigger and better. Upgrade to Dinanâs new Carbon Fiber Cold Air Intake for the BMW G20 330i. This air intake system guarantees to deliver more flow, enhanced sound, improved performance, and a more attractive underhood appearance for your 4-cylinder Bimmer. This intake system dramatically outperforms BMWâs factory one and improves upon the stock closed box design with Dinanâs own semi-open one. In fact, the Dinan CAI is at least 58 percent less restrictive compared to the factory intake. And by letting the engine breathe better, the intake system consequently lowers the air intake temperature and allows a potential bottleneck to be mitigated on higher horsepower builds.
Customer Spotlight: ’98 Nissan 240SX on Volk Racing TE37V MARK-II Wheels
May 10, 2021
Anyone who is familiar at all with drifting or has seen any Fast and Furious movies has certainly heard of the Nissan Silvia (or 240SX, as it is called in North America). The 240SX, as it may suggest, is badged like so to reflect its 2.4-liter engine which delivers 155 horsepower and 160 pound-feet of torque. When Nissan first introduced the 240SX in the late â80s, its mission was to revolutionize the sport compact vehicle market with an affordable rear-wheel-drive sports car.