YZ426 or WR426



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  • NightCargo

Posted May 23, 2002 - 01:30 PM

#1

Purchasing a new bike this weekend, have ridden 2 stroke 250. Planning on mostly trail riding, what suggestions do you guys have. YZ vs. WR?

What is the maintenance like on these? Do you have any initial setup recommendations?

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  • yznvegas

Posted May 23, 2002 - 01:33 PM

#2

For mostly trail riding the wr will be more suited to your needs. They are designed to chug along better than the yz because they have a heavier flywheel and larger tank. The gearing is also higher on the wr. Either way you can't lose.

As far as break in goes, there is a thread I started titled "proper breakin". I got a lot of good responses so that should be a good place to start. I bought the YZ even though I don't spend that much time on a track, I just think they are zippier and the resale is definatatly better too.





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