YZ OR WR
Posted April 18, 2000 - 02:48 AM
98 WR4,jims hi rise bars,B&B bash plate and rear guard brace,lowerd foot pegs.devol rad guards. works conection frame guards. vortex switchable ignition.
Posted April 18, 2000 - 05:16 AM
If you bought a YZ, put a bigger tank on it, lighting and flywheel weights. You'd be into the bike for quite a bit more money than a new WR and you still would not have the wider ratio gear box for higher speed stuff and crawling. The WR with the YZ timing gives you the best of both worlds for most off-road riding. If you are just going to ride MX though, the YZ is the way to go.
Many riders that ride mostly tight stuff, especially out east, find it better to stay with the WR timing since the power band is a little more controllable. But, that's all personal preference based on terrain and riding style.
Many riders put on the YZ tank and seat (same gallons as stock WR though) because it is slimmer than the WR tank and allows them to get way up on the tank for weighting the front tire in turns. Again, personal preference though.
[This message has been edited by Bryan (edited 04-18-2000).]
Posted April 18, 2000 - 03:49 PM
'92 GSXR 7/11
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