woods set up 4 426



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  • wingie

Posted May 26, 2001 - 05:52 PM

#1

i was just wondering if any off u guys out there could give me some pointers on setting my 2000 modle yz426 up 4 gnc style raceing.i would lke 2 soften up the intal stroke on the forkes so its a wee bit better 4 off road riding and any other tips that would help turn my bike into a even better off road weapon

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  • Bill

Posted May 27, 2001 - 03:15 AM

#2

Handguards and a hydration system will get you on the track. OOPs, get a flywheel weight also.

For stroke adjustments, you'll need valve changes in the forks. For tuning the suspension go to MX-Techs web site and they have a great tuning guide for suspension.

Bill

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  • mat

Posted May 31, 2001 - 07:13 PM

#3

Originally posted by wingie:
i was just wondering if any off u guys out there could give me some pointers on setting my 2000 modle yz426 up 4 gnc style raceing.i would lke 2 soften up the intal stroke on the forkes so its a wee bit better 4 off road riding and any other tips that would help turn my bike into a even better off road weapon


Alot of my friends race gncc on yz/wr and all have race tech suspension and alot of summers racing products(they have a very nice hand guard kit)





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