FAQs

You can order an owner's manual for $30.00 on our parts website at www.drrparts.com

This information is in the DRR USA, Inc. owner's manual for each vehicle. Unleaded 87+ Octaine is recommended.

Contact your Authorized DRR dealer for service.

Yes. Riders have won over 75 championship on our vehicles and more are won every year.

Yes. We have a current and non-current model program. Visit our contingency page for more information.

Brochures are available online in PDF format for current DRR USA, Inc. models. Please navigate to the appropriate model page or visit your local DRR USA dealer for more information.

Please visit the product gallery to view information about the new model you are interested in.

They are approved in the AMA, WORCS, NMA, GNCC series and any other race series.

Yes. Please visit their site. We are listed as L&R Racing DBA DRR.

Yes. Learn more about retail financing options on our Consumer Financing Page.

Find an authorized dealer by using our dealer locator.

No. DRR USA products can only be purchased through an authorized DRR USA dealer.

Please contact a local dealer for all sales promotion information. Dealer participation may vary.

Please contact your dealer. Your dealer can contact our Help Desk for current shipment information. This service is available only to dealers.

No. Genuine DRR USA Parts or Accessories can only be purchased through an authorized DRR USA dealer. You can view parts diagrams at our parts site.

No, however they are available for purchase on our parts site.

Please visit ATVSafety.org for more information.

Yes. DRR USA offers a $50.00 credit toward the purchase of safety equipment at the time of purchase of your New DRR USA, Inc. vehicle. See an authorized DRR USA, Inc. dealer for details.

Duplicate MSO requests can only be made through the original selling dealer. Your selling dealer must fill out the proper form and send it to DRR USA, Inc. for further assistance. This service is available only to dealers. There is a $20.00 fee

Authorized DRR USA, Inc. dealers can be found using our dealer locator.

Please apply online to become an authorized DRR USA, Inc. dealer, or contact DRR USA's New Dealer Department at 330-220-3102. Be sure to leave your name, contact info and area of interest.

How to Store Your 2 Stroke ATV or Dirtbike for the Winter Months

How to Store Your 2 Stroke ATV or Dirtbike for the Winter Months

                Here is the situation; you bought a new ATV or Dirtbike to play with during the summer and now you are ready to store your new toy for the winter, but how do you store it and make sure it will still run for the next summer? You need a step by step guide for this but where do you find one? Well right here of course! With a few simple steps, you will be keeping your new toy clean and summer ready through the winter storage!

               

Step One: Clean Your Machine

                This may seem like the simplest step, however, it is also the step that is skipped the most as well. Your machine should be completely clean prior to storage every year. This cleaning should start at the top and finish at the bottom. All mud, dirt, grass or other debris needs to be removed from all working parts of the machine.  The most effective way of doing this is to do a standard wash and hose down. Pay close attention to the wheels and anything that has come in contact with a large amount of dirt.

Step Two: Drain all Fuel and Add a Stabilizer

                The number of people who leave fuel in their tank is surprising. Old fuel can damage the internal workings when it is restarted for the next season. Removing all of the fuel makes sure your engine and the internal workings of the machine work at peak condition the following season. Add your stabilizing mix after removing the fuel for storage. Adding this will ensure that all lines and moving parts will keep from dry rotting throughout the storage period.

Step Three: Tend to the Battery

  Again another easy step that is most often missed. Make sure the battery is clean and in good working order. Some people like to remove the battery for storage, others don’t. That part is optional. But to make sure that your battery is ready for the end of the season, check to see that there is plenty of fluid in the battery and that all dirt and other debris is removed. Make sure all connections are tight and safe as well.

Step Four: Change Your Oil and Filter

                Think of this step like getting your car ready for winter. Change your oil and filter so that your machine is ready for the next riding season. Make sure that you use the recommended oil and parts for your particular model. This step will not only preserve your machine over the winter but will also save you time when you are ready to start your baby up again in the following season.

Step Five: Inflate Tires

 Check your tires and make sure that they are properly inflated. The amount of air each tire is to have is found on the side of the tires. This step will ensure your tires will not sit low and have a flat spot in them when you are ready to ride again. Make sure you are using a properly working air gauge as well when checking your tires so that you are not over or under-inflated. Never rely on that you “just filled them after your last ride”. As the air temperature changes outside so does the amount of air in the tires. Be safe and save yourself from having to buy new tires after storage and always check the pressure.

Step Six:  Cover

 Even if you are storing your baby inside make sure you cover it. Dust can be a nightmare in the next season. Dust will not just settle on the surface of the ATV or Dirtbike it can get into the working parts if it the machine is not covered. When covering your machine make sure that it is completely covered or use a cover designed for your type of machine. This will keep the dust, dirt, water and other winter issues from taking their toll on the machine and its parts.

 So there it is six simple steps to storing your favorite machine for the winter. Each step is not too complicated and the whole process should only take about two hours at the most. It is more than worth the time now to avoid having  to deal with bigger problems when all you really want to do is gas up and ride later.