YZ400 For Sale



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  • Chris_in_the_Mojave

Posted July 07, 2000 - 08:06 AM

#1

'98 Yamaha YZ400F
Great condition
Cared for and ridden by Maintenance Nut./ Senior Rider
Plastic and Graphics 3 months old
Forks done by Race Tech with Gold Valves .48 springs
Shock done by Race Tech with 5.6 spring
Stock springs also included
IMS 3.2 gal tank
Scott's Performance Upper triple clamp (10 mm forward)
Protaper mount kit
Protaper's "CR High Bend"
Scott's Performance Stainless oil Filter
Acerbies Aluminum Frame guards
FMF Power Core IV Pipe with Spark Arrestor
Moose Hard Anodized sprocket
DID X-ring Chain
BBR Billet Kick starter
White Bros. Air filter
Guts racing seat foam
Guts racing Kelvar Gripper seat cover
California GREEN sticker- Good until 2002
Spare Throttle Cables
756 front tire with heavy duty tube
M78 rear tire with heavy duty tube

YZ426 on order, Wife says this ones got to go!
Can email photos email chutist@ridgenet.net
760-939-5412 (Days / voicemail)
No haggle Thumpertalk price $3999.

Chris in the Mojave
'98 YZ400F
'00 CR250
'95 KDX200
'00 TTR 90
'01 WR/YZ 426 (on order!)

  • Kevin_in_New_Hampshire

Posted July 07, 2000 - 05:49 PM

#2

Chris,
How much do you weigh?

The reason I ask is I had my forks revalved by Pro Action. PA put 45 springs in my forks. The rear is stock spring rate. The bike does not feel balanced but I need more time to test. I weigh in at 170#.
I assume Race Tech specified your spring rates?

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99 WR, all YZ mods, de-octopused, OEM YZ tank and IMS seat, jetting by Clark, got forked by Pro Action.
AMA, NETRA

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  • Chris_in_the_Mojave

Posted July 07, 2000 - 10:11 PM

#3

I'm 220, you can get the Race Tech recomended spring rates right off their site, www.racetech.com under the Valving and Suspension setup search.

Bike is very balanced, I'm quite happy with them the new bikes will both make the trip down south to see them :)



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Chris in the Mojave
'98 YZ400F

  • Clark_Mason

Posted July 08, 2000 - 06:48 AM

#4

As a side note I also weigh 220 to 230 lbs but do not motocross and I run 0.43's in the forks with a revalve and a higher oil level. The combination works excellent for trail and desert riding. On the shock I run a 5.4 spring srock was a 5.0. The shock was also revalved. The point here is depending on your weght, type of riding, the valving, and oil level the forks can run a wide variety of spring rates and work excellet.

Clark




 
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