Off-roading is a term for driving a specialized vehicle on unpaved roads, such as sand, gravel, riverbeds, mud, snow, rocks, and other natural terrain.
These terrains can sometimes only be traveled by vehicles designed specifically for off-road driving (such as heavy-duty trucks and equipment, SUVs, ATVs, snowmobiles, motorcycles, mountain bicycles) or vehicles that have extra ground clearance, sturdy tires, and in some cases, front and rear locking differential.
Examples of vehicle manufacturers notable for producing types of off-road vehicle (ORV) include AM General, Land Rover,and Jeep, although most vehicle manufacturers have some sort of off-road vehicle in their current range. Trucks are often fitted with these extras by default.
One key factor in recreational off-road equipment that manufacturer’s don’t address is “heat management” of the exhaust system. Alloy Racing Covers’ gives the owners an opportunity to drive their equipment with a safety system that shields their hot exhaust pipes, preventing serious accidents that are caused by exposed radiant heat close to drivers.
The pictures show three different types of off road rides, the Polaris 550 Outlaw quad, the Yamaha dual exhaust Banshee and a Motor Cross Technologies Racing trucks, all using our Inconel shield systems to protect the driver from serious heat issues common to off road vehicles, from the uncovered exhaust pipes shown for a Chevy engine and a Pontiac engine.
These examples of what can be done to insure a safer operation of off road vehicles, using our Inconel shields that heat manage exhaust and will prevent serious burn issues to the driver should they overturn or happen to accidentally touch the exhaust pipes, not to mention the overall heat reduction while straddling the equipment makes it much more fun and enjoyable.
We have for years been offering distinctive protective shields to many different applications, these are a very few of the ideas that can make your off road ride a safe, fun experience. It gives you a sense that you’re in control of the elements. A fantastic easy way to protect those you love on the outback roads of America on their recreational equipment.