For 2017 MotoAmerica Superstock 600 Champion Jason Aguilar, his 2019 MotoAmerica Supersport season got off to a slow start after he was hampered by injuries suffered in a crash during the Daytona 200. Aguilar started the season with a different crew chief, but now that he is reunited with Poncho Rangel, the crew chief he had when he won his championship, he’s hoping that the second half of his season is better than the first. A long-time Yamaha rider, Aguilar’s bikes are always among the nicest-looking in the MotoAmerica paddock. He always manages to come up with head-turning design schemes that are distinctive yet also incorporate Yamaha’s traditional “strobe-effect” racing brand language.

Rider: Jason Aguilar

Engine: 599cc, 4 Stroke, Liquid Cooled, 4 Cylinder, DOHC, 16 Titanium Valves

Electronics: FT ECU Race Kit

Transmission: Six-Speed Constant Mesh

Clutch: Suter

Exhaust: Graves Motorsports Full Titanium WORKS 8 EVR Type-R 4-1 Exhaust with EleckTricK bLUE Silencer

Cooling System: Stock or MB (depending on racetrack)

Battery: Alien-Motion

Fuel: VP Racing

Lubrication: Torco

Spark Plugs: NGK

Sprockets: Superlite

Final Drive: D.I.D Chain

Front Suspension: 43mm KYB Inverted Twin Forks with Öhlins FKR 100 Cartridge Kit 

Rear Suspension: Öhlins TTX GP Shock 

Front Brakes: Braking Rotors/SBS Pads

Rear Brakes: Braking Rotor/SBS Pads

Engine Covers, Rearsets, Foot Controls, Levers, Lever Guard: Graves Motorsports

Tires: Dunlop

Bodywork: TaylorMade

Windscreen: Zero Gravity

Graphics: EF Signs

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