The 49th annual Thor Mini O’s in Florida was Casey’s first Amateur National on the new GasGas machine. He was dominate in a lot of his classes taking home 6 championships! Supermini 1 (12-15) SX; Supermini 2 (13-16) SX; Mini Sr 1 (12-14) SX; Mini SR 2 (13-15) SX; Mini Sr 1 (12-14) MX; and Mini Sr 2 (13-15) MX classes. He was second in the Supermini 1 (12-15) MX and Supermini 2 (13-16) MX.
By winning all those championships he was awarded the THOR Bronze Boot Award and the Pro Circuit Platinum Pipe Award. The Thor Bronze Boot Award is given to the rider in the 65cc, 85cc, Mini Sr., Supermini, and Schoolboy classes that accumulates the highest number of points in the supercross mains and motocross overall combined. The Pro Circuit Platinum Pipe Award is given to the rider who accumulates the highest number of points in the Supercross mains and Motocross overall combined.
Lynk’s Racing congratulates Casey on his successful transition to the new bike and we look forward to giving him all the power he needs for the future.
Lynk’s Racing is proud to announce a 5% discount for labor costs on all engine mod packages and rebuilds. Offer is discount for labor only. Discount only valid through December 1, 2019. Lynk’s Racing must recieve your engine by December 1st 2019 or the discount will not be applied. Discount will not be extended to riders currently being sponsored by Lynk”s Racing.
Caden won the Mini Sr. 2 class at Loretta Lynn’s and followed up by being selected to ride for Team USA at the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship, which was held in Horsham, Australia. He finished third and first scoring the overall and was crowned the FIM 85cc Junior Motocross World Champion.
Mark won three championships at the 2018 Thor Winter Olympics and the coveted Bronze Boot Award.
Nate has had an incredible year on his Lynk’s Racing Super-mini. Success includes winning championships from the Daytona Amateur Super-cross to sweeping all six moto’s at Loretta Lynn’s!
Lynk’s Racing has a new cast head for the KTM 125 SX. The outer shell on the stock head can warp
over time causing the inner o-ring to leak and either overheat the engine or antifreeze leaks into the
bore of the cylinder ruining the engine. This issue is eliminated with our precision manufactured single piece cast head.
Some of the 2018 KTM 85 SX engines are suffering an internal issue caused by the weak idler gear retainer installed in them. The retainer is very thin and eventually bends, potentially leaving the idler gear able to come loose, and can even break the engine case. One of the main causes is kicking the Engine over far harder than is needed.
Lynk’s Racing has devleoped a superior quality fix to be used BEFORE the engine case breaks. The kit will include a new retainer bushing, a longer bolt for sturdiness, and a new locking tab washer for the clutch hub nut.
Lynk’s Racing designed a cast head for the KTM 85/105/112 SX. The head is made out of a much better material than other heads we have tested. In our testing, it runs 10 degrees cooler at the top of the head and it showed an increase of a little over ½ horse power. We designed the head with plenty of material between the water jackets so you can design any bowl. Also, the water jackets are much bigger to increase the cooling capacity. We have seen many two piece heads fail even when keeping the O-rings new. More information and pricing available upon request.
Motocross Action Magazine built a Ktm 150SX with the purpose of making it able to beat 250 four strokes. They chose to have Lynk’s Racing perform the engine modifications.