I really wanted to get a YZ250, but was at the dealers and they had the YZ450F for $1300.00 cheaper, so I couldnt refuse.
I had a couple questions...the dealer said they have the map adjustment tool and said I could bring it in and they would adjust it for free. I was reading some reviews and found this map:
Should i have them go ahead and put this map on their before i leave the store, or should i ride it as is first. Im going to keep the bike 100 percent stock as far as any performance mods go and it is going to be used as a play bike, riding trails, and some light duty motorcross play
Next question...at one time i was going to buy a yz125...it was a used 2006 model iirc. i was reading reviews before i bought it and it said the shift stop bearings would would explode and end up all over the engine and ruin it. the fix was to use a different roller set up off a 2007 model. Being of limited mechanical skill, I passsed because I wasnt comfortable tearing into the engine.
Then i was reading the 2014 450 had bearings in the shift stop and they changed it for 2015.
So now I'm a little concerned that I need to put the updated shift stop in it. Anyone have any ideas about that?