WRF 2004

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  • cloute

Posted August 30, 2003 - 01:23 PM


Anybody already got the new 2004 wr? :D Is it worth it? I ordered one yesterday. :) The dealer expect it in the beginning of october... Thanks everybody.

  • bbrashier

Posted September 22, 2003 - 11:22 AM


(I can't help you any) But sure would like to here from you after you have a few miles on your new 450 though. I wanted one in 2003. But too many bugs. I am just hoping they have all the bugs out of it this year. Were I ride it would be a long push back.

I am riding a 2000 WR400F sur would like ele. start!!!!!!

  • simon@vic

Posted September 23, 2003 - 06:51 AM


bugs have been worked out for 04

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  • 5spoke

Posted September 25, 2003 - 05:35 PM


What have they done on the 04 to solve the woodruff problem? What other bugs have they sorted out?

  • Ronnie Mac

Posted September 25, 2003 - 07:22 PM


You sure have missed out on a good ride. Its great to have a forum like thumper talk to chat about the wr450 but I think some things have been blown way out of perportion, causing a panic that not need be. My 450 runs great, had no problems and I think I speak for 90 percent of all wr450 owners. Just my 90 cents. :DDont beleive the hipe :)

  • 5spoke

Posted September 25, 2003 - 10:07 PM


I agree with you, but by buying a used 03 from a private party, you don't have the luxury of heading to the dealership when things start going wrong.

I'm getting a feel for the market right now and am about to buy my wr450 (new or used) :). I've just sold my old bike, so only recently have I been able to consider buying one.


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