Here are 10 motorcycle parts that you can buy for under $500, and they’ll cost you less than $100.1.
Headlight/reflectors: If you’re looking for a cheap headlight, go with the $20 Yamaha headlight.2.
Radiator/water pump: You might have a Honda or Yamaha radiator.
Look for a $10,000 Yamaha water pump.3.
Battery/charger: Get a $15,000-plus battery from a reputable dealer.4.
Brake calipers: Go with $10-20 calipers.5.
Tires: Choose a $40-50 Honda or Honda-powered tire for your motorcycle.6.
Brakes: Go for a Honda brake system or a $1,500 Yamaha brake caliper.7.
Engine: Head over to Yamaha’s online motorcycle parts store.8.
Motorcycle brake system: You’ll save up to $1.25 a year.9.
Rear brake fluid: Get two sets of two different brake pads.10.
Suspension/brake damper: You can get a $2,000 Honda or $3,000 Kawasaki suspension.11.
Fuel tank: Check out the $2-2.50 Honda fuel tank.12.
Power steering: Get an $18,000 or $20,000 motorcycle power steering.13.
Headlights: If your motorcycle has headlights, buy them for under two grand.14.
Motorbike tires: You’re going to pay $10 a pair for the most durable, best performing tires available.15.
Braking assist: Choose from a $4,000-$5,000 set of OEM or upgraded Honda or Kawasaki brakes.16.
Engine coolant: Get $2.00 a gallon of new engine coolant.17.
Oil filter: Get the $5,500 Honda or Suzuki oil filter.18.
Braille display: If there’s a $25 or $50 Yamaha display, get one for $10.19.
Engine oil: If the engine is $50 or more, you’ll save about $30.20.
Engine cover: Get some extra covers for $1 each.21.
Braided wire: If this is your first time buying motorcycle parts online, check out the BraidWire.com website.
It’ll take you through a list of parts, plus tips on how to choose the right parts for your new bike.22.
Tire pressure monitoring: This website will give you a rough idea of the tire pressure you’re getting.23.
Oil changes: You should have enough oil to get you through the winter, if you’re in a country where you have a shortage of fuel.24.
Fuel filter: You want a good, old-fashioned, oil-filled fuel filter, or a replacement one.25.
Transmission oil: Get this oil at an auto parts store or online.26.
Oil change pads: Get pads for $5.
You’ll also save $10 if you don’t want to buy the pads.27.
Oil filters: Get these cheap oil filters for under three bucks at auto parts stores.28.
Tire pressures: This site will tell you how much pressure your tires are feeling.29.
Oil, brake fluid, and tire pressure meters: You could get a set of these for under a buck.30.
Braker seat belt: Get one that’s not attached to the front of your motorcycle, like a Yamaha rear seat belt.31.
Tire pressure meter: You won’t have to replace this meter, but it’ll cost less.32.
Treadmill/bicycle tire pressure: You need to know how much you’re going through on a daily basis, or you’ll run out of money.33.
Tire inflation sensor: Get your tire pressure gauge for under five bucks.34.
Tire tire pressure monitor: Get free tire pressure monitors for your bike.35.
Braks and clutch pressure meter/air cleaner: If a motorcycle has a front brake and a rear brake, you need to get a brake/clutch pressure meter and a air cleaner.36.
Front brake light: If it’s an electric motorcycle, get a front light, like the Honda CB500R.37.
Front tire pressure indicator: If an electric bike has front brake lights, you’re probably getting more than you need.38.
Rear tire pressure meter.
If your electric bike comes with rear brake lights and rear tire pressure sensors, get the rear tire sensor.39.
Rear suspension shock mounts.
Get these shocks for under one hundred dollars.40.
Suspensions, springs, and shocks: You may want to get shocks and shocks for your electric motorcycle if you want to upgrade the suspension.41.
Suspending hardware: Look for an electric shock bar and a spring bar.2B.
Electric bike starter and battery charger: This will save you about $50.2C.
Battery charger: Buy a $