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Yamaha WR426F (2002)


Owner: cluelessone
Added on December 06, 2016


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Yamaha WR400F Yamaha WR450F Yamaha WR426F


708 replies to this topic
  • Bazzaboy7

    TT Member

65 posts
Location: United Kingdom

Posted December 02, 2011 - 12:08 AM


Nice setting for a ride .... makes me wanna .....

  • The Hopper Show

    TT Silver Member

760 posts
Location: Washington

Posted December 05, 2011 - 09:35 PM


When I got it.

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Now.

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what company did you use for the plastics, how do they fit, how do you like em?

  • zrxer

    TT Gold Member

1,223 posts
Location: California

Posted December 07, 2011 - 06:53 AM


The headlight shroud, front and rear fenders are Yamaha and fit perfect, as they should.
The side covers and rad shrouds are Acerbis and fit good.
I don't know if all aftermarket plastics are like these but I had to drill and die grind out the mounting spots to accept the stock collars from the stock side covers and rad shrouds. So, it's not just a pull out of the package and bolt on like the stock Yamaha pieces.

  • Mefesto

    TT Bronze Member

109 posts
Location: Montana
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Posted December 10, 2011 - 03:02 PM


New member poking his head in to say hi! My WR only has one true purpose.... snow! She still gets some dirt action in August.

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  • Bazzaboy7

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65 posts
Location: United Kingdom

Posted December 11, 2011 - 11:37 AM


New member poking his head in to say hi! My WR only has one true purpose.... snow! She still gets some dirt action in August.

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WOW - I love your hybrid !! bet it's great fun ! :smirk:

I'm also VERY jealous of your workshop :bonk: ...... would love something similar (althpugh I would probably still fill it with crap) :banana:

  • Mefesto

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109 posts
Location: Montana
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Posted December 14, 2011 - 06:50 PM


WOW - I love your hybrid !! bet it's great fun ! :smirk:

I'm also VERY jealous of your workshop :bonk: ...... would love something similar (althpugh I would probably still fill it with crap) :banana:


We get a lot of work done in that shop. Has every tool known to man inside. I feel very lucky to be able to work there :busted:

  • zlathim

    This new stuff was all my idea.

735 posts
Location: Idaho

Posted December 19, 2011 - 03:48 PM


Here's my 2001 WR426:

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  • mcjr_450

    TT Newbie

8 posts
Location: Arizona

Posted December 21, 2011 - 03:23 PM


heres my 04 WR450.. i absolutly love this bike.. couldent ask for anything better

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  • Summit

    TT Bronze Member

433 posts
Location: Montana

Posted December 22, 2011 - 07:38 AM


We get a lot of work done in that shop. Has every tool known to man inside. I feel very lucky to be able to work there

Where abouts in Montana? I'm seriously considering one of those snow bike kits for my WR. Do you have a sled too?

  • Charles De Mar

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Location: Utah

Posted December 22, 2011 - 02:58 PM


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  • d13dkt

    TT Newbie

9 posts
Location: England

Posted December 23, 2011 - 06:09 AM


this is my 98 wr400 in supermoto trim, ive just got a new set of plastics and sticker kit and i will post a pic up when they are done.
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  • norbas

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Location: Portugal

Posted December 23, 2011 - 07:01 AM


Very nice

  • Mefesto

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Location: Montana
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Posted December 23, 2011 - 07:35 AM


Where abouts in Montana? I'm seriously considering one of those snow bike kits for my WR. Do you have a sled too?


I live in NW Montana about 40 miles south of Glacier National Park. I had a sled but this thing was so much fun I decided to sell it. It was a major step for someone like me since I would most likely sell my first born child before I sold my sled (kidding kidding, but you get the idea). These bikes are absolutely amazing and will blow you away with where they can go. They are NOT designed for the trail like other conversions.... this is for the deep and steep.

I am working with a buddy of mine who is the distributor for the entire NorthWest USA and we will be doing demo rides for serious buyers. Feel free to hit me up and we may be coming to an area near you. You can also come up to us and all you need to bring is a lunch. We will provide the bike and a FULL day for demo. Allen, the owner of Timbersled, offers the same deal if you come to him in Sandpoint, Idaho. Either way is a great way to get your feet wet.

I'm telling you, this is an entire new way to experience the backcountry. They are nothing short of amazing.

  • 513rider

    TT Member

29 posts
Location: Ohio

Posted December 24, 2011 - 01:13 AM


this is my 98 wr400 in supermoto trim, ive just got a new set of plastics and sticker kit and i will post a pic up when they are done.
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That looks sweet. Love the WR motards. Where is it that youre riding at?

  • d13dkt

    TT Newbie

9 posts
Location: England

Posted December 24, 2011 - 11:13 AM


the main road is only 20 feet away, but that is dartmoor in devon
uk.

  • MaxPower

    TT Platinum Member

1,742 posts
Location: New Jersey

Posted December 25, 2011 - 08:33 AM



What year Is the 450 w/the white fenders?
I like the graphics on white plastic. Is that still avalible?



  • Vineboy

    TT Bronze Member

123 posts
Location: Australia

Posted January 01, 2012 - 12:54 PM


Here's my '03 450.
Nothing fancy but dependable.
Staintune full exhaust
Renthol Fat bar
25mm bar risers
Pivot Pegz.
"Big" WR headlight.
B&B Bashplate
Like all Aussie WR's it's plated off the showroom floor. Only the YZ is non roadworthy.
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  • norbas

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Location: Portugal

Posted January 01, 2012 - 04:46 PM


Mine wr450f from 2003

Mais algumas

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Cheers

  • d13dkt

    TT Newbie

9 posts
Location: England

Posted January 03, 2012 - 12:44 PM


ok ive now got my new plastics with the yz rear fender and led rear light with the new stickers from e bay.
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  • dustdogg

    TT Silver Member

675 posts
Location: California

Posted January 03, 2012 - 07:33 PM


Here are my two WR's

'02 WR 426

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'07 WR 450

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