Gas cap vent

Do away with the overflow fuel-line on the top of your gas cap. Do away with cleaning gas off your bike and yourself. The Airhead Vent Cap replaces vent tubes.

Lets the tank breathe and prevents fuel from splashing out of the gas cap overflow. A check valve is incorporated into the Vent Cap CNC anodized aluminum. Available in silver, gold, red, blue, or black colors. Weight 14 grams / ½ Ounce.

Fits all bikes with a breather hose on the gas cap.

Brake Light Switch

Hydraulic actuated brake light switch. Can be used in conjunction with either front brake lever or rear brake pedal. Available for Nissen or Brembo brake systems.

Head Lights

Includes 35 Watt Headlight, D.O.T. approved integral directionals and electrical leads. Mounts to fork tubes with universal rubber mounting straps. Available in black with white decal or white with black decal. Manufactured with high impact plastic resin.

Tail Lights

Fender extension with running/brake light and license plate light. Integral directionals included. Manufactured with high impact plastic resin.


Every E Line Carbon Composite product is carefully designed, hand made, and competition tested. Our products are manufactured with a unique blend of carbon fiber, fiberglass, Kevlar, and resins. Carbon Fiber is 8 times stronger, two times stiffer, yet 1.5 times lighter than aluminum. The Fiberglass cloth assists in retaining some flexibility. Our products are more resistant to deformation or denting under impact than either steel or aluminum The benefits do not stop here. Our composites have superior fatigue properties and are corrosion resistant. Unique to E Line, is the use of a layer of Kevlar in our motorcycle products. Kevlar is best know for its use in bullet proof vests.

Good looks are secondary to the superior performance of Carbon Composite E Line products.


Why bolt on a pie Guard?
Properly designed 2 stroke pipe guards will protect exhaust pipes from power robbing dents and increases horsepower by elevating gas flow temperature. Four Stroke header pipes typically run at higher temperatures (up to 900 degrees F)than two stroke pipes. When a header pipe gets that hot it can ding easily. E Line’s four stroke pipe guards protect the header pipes from roost dings as well as protect pants and boots from burns.

How does a full coverage guard differ from a moto guard?
E line manufactures two types of pipe guards. The Full Coverage Pipe Guards protect pipes from side or frontal impact and have an extra layer of composite material. Moto Pipe Guards primarily protect the pipe from frontal roost dings and are manufactured with a lighter weight composite of Kevlar and carbon fiber.

What's the best material to use?
E Line uses a composite of carbon fiber, Kevlar, fiberglass, and high temperature resins in custom molding pipe guards. This combination of materials distributes any impact over a large area to reduce the pipe damage. The lightweight composite has 75% greater tensile strength than aluminum. Aluminum guards or thick wall pipes will not distribute impacts as well and weight more than E Line’s composite material.

Why Custom Mold Each Guard?
Just about every exhaust pipe has a different shape. A pipe guard molded to a specific pipe shape eliminates gaps while covering exposed pipe surface. E Line has custom molds for over 150 guards ( 50cc – 525cc motorcycles) for stock, ProCircuit, FMF, Doma, and Bill’s pipes.

How Do The Guards Mount?
The two stroke guards use two stainless steel clamps that wrap around the pipe. The exhaust pipe does not have to be removed for guard installation. Four stroke guards for most stock pipes use standard welded on tabs. E Line fabricated aluminum brackets are used on aftermarket pipes without mounting tabs.

What Do The Guards Weigh?
The guards weigh between 9 – 20 ounces depending on the model. Light enough so that factory motocross teams including Team Honda and Factory Connection use E Line Moto Pipe Guards. Team Yamaha Offroad, and Team KTM Offroad use E Line Full Coverage Pipe Guards.


Why Mold A Carbon / Kevlar Composite Rather than Fabricated Aluminum?

A well designed skid plate protects the frame and engine cases while fitting closely. A composite molded product can take the exact shape desired. Aluminum products are fabricated from a relatively thick sheet metal plate and and welded to a shape which does not conform as well. Composite skid plates do not resonate sounds of impact as do aluminum skid plates.

How Strong Are Composite Skid Plates?
It depends on what materials, the number of layers, and resins used. E Line uses a composite of carbon fiber, Kevlar, fiberglass, and resins. The use of Kevlar in skid plate manufacturer is unique to E Line. There is good reason Kevlar is the material of choice in manufacture of bullet proof vests, wear resistant gloves, and high impact resistant kayaks and canoes. Kevlar disperses impact, has a longer fatigue life, and has a greater tensile strength than about any other material including aluminum.

Will An E Line Composite Skid Plate Break?
t’s possible, but improbable. And long after an aluminum skid plate has dented frame tubes or reshaped an engine case. E Line’s Carbon/Kevlar skid plates will withstand many impacts with minimal cosmetic changes.

Does A Composite Skid Plate Weigh Less Than An Aluminum Skid Plate?
E Line’s skid plates typically weight less than aluminum skid plates, but not a significant amount. The weight difference is small due to the multiple layers of carbon. Kevlar, and fiberglass total about _" thick. Most other composite skid plates weigh less than E Line’s because they do not incorporate Kevlar, have fewer layers of composite materials and do not offer the full protection.

How Do Glide Plates Differ From Skid Plates?
E Line’s Glide Plates are basically trimmed back Skid Plates. The Glide Plates protect the bottom frame rails and center engine case. Our Skid Plates additionally protect the side engine and water pump cases. E Line designs both skids and glides with a high front to reduce mud build which can cause excess engine temperature.


The guards prolong the life of the pads by protecting the disk from both dirt and damage. E-line uses a composite of carbon fiber, Kevlar, and fiberglass which makes the product stronger than molded plastic guards. Our guards will also flex back to original shape unlike aluminum guards.


There are two reasons to install E Line Frame Guards.
Our guards offer more coverage than stock frame guards. This protects wear on the frame tubing. E Line Frame Guards are molded from materials that will wear less than stock guards. We offer our frame guards in both a textured or smooth finish.


These protective covers are reinforced with abrasion resistant Kevlar. Prevents stock cover from breakage due to rocks or brake pedal pressure.


Why Use a Carbon Fiber / Kevlar Composite?
E Line designs in flexibility and high wear. We want the guide to protect the chain upon impact yet not derail the chain. One shortcoming of aluminum guides is that once impacted then will not flex back to the original position and often the guard will either prematurely wear the chain or function as a derailer.


Most upper fork leg tubes are manufactures with thin wall aluminum tubing, E line upper fork guards are a lightweight carbon fiber with abrasion resistant epoxy. They protect the tubes from roost dings and keep the tubes looking like new.