New YZ 450f 05

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  • BIKE0

Posted November 10, 2004 - 06:03 AM


Just got my first ever 4-stoke 11-05-04. Love it. I have always been a die heart 250 2 stroke man. So I know nothing about 4-stokes. If anyone knows any problems areas to keep a eye on please I need to know :cry:. I'm also looking for the best bars to buy for vibration. The vibration is not bad but I like the 1-1/8 bars & need some input on the the best one to keep the vibe down.

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  • Satch0922

Posted November 10, 2004 - 06:22 AM


first thing to do is junk the stock will not hold up and your risk the thing breaking and putting a hole in your case!!!

Handlebars are difficult to recommend because they are like shoes.....everyone has their own preference.

  • spyder61

Posted November 10, 2004 - 07:59 PM


Advice on the chain is spot-on. I took my new '05 450 out this last weekend and in about 2-3 hours of riding, the chain was as loose as a "ho on nickle nite." Factory sets the tensioners way out there, too. I am going with RG3 triple clamps, they are 4 post rubber mounts and the reviews are pretty good for helping with vibration. This year they come in colors and have a sweet blue. I'll know how it performs this weekend. DW

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