Radiator Scoops For WR - What's the Scoop?

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  • H0NDAXR600

Posted July 21, 2001 - 12:53 PM


Needed some new scoops for my WR426 01, and got some Acerbics from the local shop the guy said would fit. They were marked for a YZ, however he said they were the same ones. They fit terrible! Did the guy screw up, or can I alter these to make them fit right. Hate to go buy OEM just for plastic. Any of you guys that have bought new scoops, give me the scoop-Suggestions PLEASE!

  • az426

Posted July 21, 2001 - 03:51 PM


hey you might check www.acerbis.com for the
part no. hopefully you havent tossed the plastic wrapping yet. :)

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  • Scott_F

Posted July 23, 2001 - 05:04 AM


You probably have the early scoops, '98-99, which have a different mount at the radiator.

  • mcarp

Posted July 24, 2001 - 08:34 AM


All the YZ shrouds are different than WR's. The WR radiator is wider, and doesn't have the angled fron bolt arrangement.

All other YZ plastic fits the WR except the shrounds. Sorry!

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