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  • Dan27

Posted December 11, 2001 - 01:16 AM

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Pleas can you help (ASAP) In have been rideing a WR400 With a big gun System on it and it was great, i loved it More power than you could dream of. But i sold it now im sick.
Ive been offerd a cheep YZF426 2001.
I Use my bikes for Enduro's and Green Laneing will the YZ be too much to handle and can i set it up like the good old WR smooth power loads of talk and a wheelie beast. I have heard the gear ratio's are different is this true..????????
If any one can give me advice please help as im going to see the bike tonight.......

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  • john.hilton@cape.k12.de.u

Posted December 11, 2001 - 02:40 AM

#2

First of all, what's "Green Laneing" ??

Second, I ride an 01' YZ 426 almost exclusivly in the woods and on tight trails. Rocks, sand, hills, it doesn't matter the YZ is great. I have geared it down with a 51 tooth sprocket on the rear and a 12 oz. flywheel weight.

I personally haven't ever ridden a WR, but the YZ is the best bike I've ever owned.

John





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