2006 Setup Question?


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Posted July 23, 2006 - 11:06 PM

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Just getting started setting my new 450 up and figured I would get a little advice from your experience.

Fork height in the clamps, what is the best?
Race sag?

I am having the supsension redone next week and adding sub tanks for a little extra plushness(anyone have experience with these are their new YZ?)

I am usually in the desert in Utah or roaming in the mountains opionions on gearing?

Parts:
GPR V3
TM Design Chain Guide and Slide
Michelin Starcross
Ironman Sprocket and Regina Oring
Cycra hand guards
Unabiker radiator braces
Flatland Skid plate
Clarke Tank with Dry break
White Plastic with custom graphics ala 80's
FMF Q2 with a Powerbomb and Eline Carbon fiber guard
Renthal Med grips


Any other goodies that have actually added perfomance or needed protection?





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