2010 YZ450f pics and mods...


32 replies to this topic
  • motojase316

Posted December 07, 2009 - 10:52 PM

#21

I wonder how the graphics are going to stick to the the lower rad shrouds?


Not too good i don't think, I am having trouble with the same surface on the front of the numberplate area.

  • motojase316

Posted December 08, 2009 - 01:34 AM

#22

Thats where I got my last set from and I just got a quote from him the other day on a new set... $960 for a set of Black Excel rims with Black talon hubs and Black powder coated spokes... Probably going to go ahead and get them so I can put them on as soon as I get a new bike!


Yeah 742 they are great to deal with at KSR Wheels it's quality for sure, They are the best trued wheels I have ever put on my bike. That is a sweet deal for the black/black/black wheels, Get them!!!

  • jakeeee

Posted December 08, 2009 - 10:20 AM

#23

They come black wheeled here in europe too, look so much better,

What price did you pay for it?
over in the uk there £7000 which is alot, most of the other makes are £5500-6000

And also that exaust looks like it s very well made

  • LEMMON1

Posted December 08, 2009 - 10:56 AM

#24

exhaust does look sweet as well as the sprocket looks bitchen

  • motojase316

Posted December 11, 2009 - 04:54 AM

#25

Just received my GPR V4 steering stabilizer. Posted Image

  • crf450rider64

Posted December 11, 2009 - 05:38 AM

#26

Wow, its like a works bike with all the additions. Wish I could afford that stuff. I would probably never ride it, I would just wash it and admire it. LOL

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  • dbikes4life

Posted December 11, 2009 - 05:54 PM

#27

must be nice! man im jealous!.... thats a hell of a bike man. a boy can only dream......

  • ProjectDIRT

Posted December 11, 2009 - 06:10 PM

#28

The black area if you use a heat gun let's the graphics stick pretty good. But when you fall on the black shit it turns grey kind of. So I can't wait till cycra makes so replacement stuff. The day I can buy it I will. That's one of my only complaints about the bike. Heat guns make puttin graphics on so easy.

  • rider211

Posted December 11, 2009 - 08:36 PM

#29

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New DRD full system,good gains everywhere.
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GYTR power tuner.
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Ironman 50t rear spocket and DID X-RING chain.


Ironman sprocket's are good stuff it's bullet proof and looks sweet too! how does the dr d work? how does it change the power delivery???? I'm thinking off getting it I want something that gives it a better mid-top end, especially top

  • Wes Woodin

Posted December 11, 2009 - 09:40 PM

#30

I'm thinking off getting it I want something that gives it a better mid-top end, especially top

What????????? 4 strokers are bottom end grunt! Short Shift.:banghead:

  • rider211

Posted December 12, 2009 - 08:51 PM

#31

What????????? 4 strokers are bottom end grunt! Short Shift.:banghead:


It's got plenty of grunt, I need more on top like my 05 crf 450 or 09 kx450f had im not a novice i dont need that much low i keep momentum in corners so it's already in the mid most the time unless it's a realy tight track or section of track, I like a strong mid and good top, Not to have to shift like a 2 stroke"had to do that on my rmz450 didnt like it" I like to pull longer gears like i did with the 05 crf & 08&09 kx450fs, Thats my style of riding i like a bike to pull long and strong from bottom to top :cheers:

  • honda597

Posted December 13, 2009 - 12:59 AM

#32

Ironman sprocket's are good stuff it's bullet proof and looks sweet too! how does the dr d work? how does it change the power delivery???? I'm thinking off getting it I want something that gives it a better mid-top end, especially top


You will like what the pipe does for the top end. More mid and more top.
I gave it even more by adjusting the ignition and fuel curve with the GYTR POWER TUNER. The engine is very tunable.
The rear IRONMAN sprocket i have had since 2006, great product.

  • rider211

Posted December 13, 2009 - 01:07 PM

#33

You will like what the pipe does for the top end. More mid and more top.
I gave it even more by adjusting the ignition and fuel curve with the GYTR POWER TUNER. The engine is very tunable.
The rear IRONMAN sprocket i have had since 2006, great product.


thanks for your input on it, anyway could you please p.m. me what settings you used on the ign. & fuel? as now I'm ordering Dr.d ti. full system :banghead: id appreciate it very much i have the tuner but haven't used it yet was waiting on some testing 1st "i didn't want to be the test dummy and blow it up" lol, anyway I figured Dr.d would be good he always makes pipes that are targeted towards where a bike lacks power especially yamaha's since he's got so much to do with them,Thank's again





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