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Faction MX & Stewart for 2012 Supercross


2012 AMA Supercross

With all eyes on the AMA Supercross season opener in Angel Stadium, Anaheim, Calif., 2012 looks to be the best season of racing yet.

The signing of James Stewart by Joe Gibbs Racing (JGRMX) has really brought the focus onto the Coy Gibbs-run race team. Consequently Faction MX is proud to announce that once again JGRMX chooses to run its complete line of valvetrain components and hi-temp silicon radiator hoses for the 2012 season.

Scott Highland (Faction MX General Manager) says: “With top pros James Stewart and Davi Milsaps riding for the JGRMX/Toyota/Yamaha team, they can choose to run any products they want.

“So it is particularly gratifying that they choose to run our valvetrain and radiator hoses again this season. The fact that they have signed top level talent proves JGRMX has their eyes on the prize!”

JGRMX engine builder Dean Baker says: “We’re constantly looking for an edge on the competition here and we’re happy to have teamed up with Faction MX for our valvetrain needs.”

However the real winner in all of this is the end user who benefits from proven results and extensive race-testing of every single Faction MX part. “This race technology translates to our stainless steel replacement valves, spring kits and other engine components. The consumer can get top quality for less than OEM replacement prices.

“We’re dedicated to developing and producing the finest valvetrain components on the market,” concludes Highland. Be sure to check out the Faction MX-equipped JGRMX bikes at the opening round of Supercross on January 7, 2012 to see what the pros choose.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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