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Silicone Hose Bike Kits

The SFS Performance range of direct replacement hose kits for motorbikes and quadbikes are manufactured to exacting race specifications. Suitable for motorsport or road use, the hose kits will not only add peace of mind – they also look fantastic. Whether you are into Motocross, Supercross, Trials or Superbikes, SFS Performance hoses have been proven at the highest levels of racing.

The seven available colour options have been specially developed to match the different bike manufacturers’ corporate colours. By using the highest quality silicone and adding three layers of reinforcement, SFS Performance hoses take much higher temperatures and pressures than the original manufacturers’ hoses.

SFS Performance has more than 100 different kits available, and new models are being added to the firm’s range on a regular basis. Please contact us if you have a requirement that is not currently listed.


Please select the manufacturer and see what is available for your bike:

Aprilia
Aprilia
Arctic Cat
Arctic Cat
Beta
Beta
BMW
BMW
Can-Am
Can-Am
Cobra
Cobra
Ducati
Ducati
Fantic
Fantic
Gas Gas
Gas Gas
Honda
Honda
husaberg
Husaberg
Husqvarna
Husqvarna
Italjet Italjet Kawasaki
Kawasaki
KTM
KTM
Montesa
Montesa
MV Augusta
MV Agusta
Polaris
Polaris
Polini
Polini
Scorpa
Scorpa
Sherco
Sherco
Suzuki
Suzuki
Triumph
Triumph
VOR
VOR
Yamaha
Yamaha

New high performance hose kits are constantly under development. Please contact us if you have a requirement that is not currently listed.

Colour options: Blue - Red - Purple - Yellow - Green - Black - Orange


Silicone Hose Bike News

SFS support official Kawasaki World Superbike Team

SFS are pleased to announce their continued support of the official Kawasaki World Superbike team. SFS are providing their continued support to Paul Bird Motorsport who run and maintain the World Superbike team for Kawasaki. SFS have provided support to the team since 2006. The race bikes run with SFS hoses and reliability is key for the team in this punishing environment and our hoses are more than up to the job to keep these winning bikes on the track. Stuart Bland the Team Co-ordinator feels the using SFS is invaluable because SFS hoses are far more durable than the oem hoses easier to keep clean and when maintaining the bike are far easier to remove as the oem type tend to bond themselves to the pipes.

Top Six For Sykes At Miller
After a couple of rounds in the doldrums, the Kawasaki Superbike Racing Team bounced back in round five of the World Superbike Championship which took place at Miller Motorsports Park near Salt Lake City in the United States.

Yorkshireman Tom Sykes moved from the third row to sixth place in race one on a day when great progress was made by his fellow Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R rider Joan Lascorz.

In race one Sykes continued his strong performance from the first dry qualifying session on Saturday, taking sixth position at the end of the 21 lap race, despite making a less than ideal start. Starting from tenth on the grid, he dropped back initially but was soon battling his way up the order and was rewarded with his best finish of the year so far.

Spaniard Lascorz rode well in race one from a starting position of 17th to claim points in 14th place, despite losing grip from mid-race distance onwards, he hung on to score two points for the Penrith-based Paul Bird Motorsport Team.

In the second race Sykes was unlucky to get boxed in after a much better start and had to battle hard to take tenth place and some more very welcome points. Lascorz was in much better shape in race two and finished 12th meaning Tom is now 13th in the championship with Joan in 15th going into the next round at Misano on June 12th.

Tom Sykes: "Sixth in race one was a positive result and a real improvement on last year's efforts here. We were strong at the end of the race and set my best lap time three laps from the end. In the second race we did not make any real set-up changes and I had a lot better launch in race two but unfortunately I got boxed in on turn one. The whole race was faster than race one but I ended up in a bit of a dice with Jonathan Rea and that allowed Ayrton Badovini to catch and pass me. I am confident we can go away and make more progress and I really want to thank all the team and Kawasaki. We worked together even tighter as a team and that showed through the weekend."

Joan Lascorz: "I think I just need to keep understanding the bike a bit better to make the most of its potential. The second race set-up was better. I used the same rear tyre in each race but different front tyres to make different settings and race two was much better. I think if I had had a better grid position and made good starts we could have been inside the middle of the top ten, maybe."


 
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