99 YZ400F from GNCC Pro



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  • ba-1

Posted October 10, 2001 - 10:22 AM

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This bike was built as a extra bike for a GNCC Pro. He used it as a practice bike for only the last month of racing in '99'. Now I only trail ride it, because (stupid me) I thought buying a bike like this would make me fast in the woods... Yeah Right!!! I need to sell it to get something smaller and lighter. The bike is great, no problems starting the bike either. Just to much bike for me. Here's what I know about it:

1999 Yamaha YZ400F
Applied triple clamp w/ Pro Taper bars
Cycra ProBend Handgaurds
IMS wide footpegs
IMS 3.2 gal tank
Factory Connection suspension-GNCC
Ty Davis hotstart
Boyesen FlexGrip
CEET gripper seat cover
White Bros. E Series exhaust
Aluminum frame guards
Billetanium hydraulic clutch
New Wiseco piston & rings
RK o-ring chain & Sunstar sprockets
Hinson clutch basket
GYTR aluminum subframe
many extras
$4000 obo SW Pennsylvania
Email: ba-1@lycos.com http://ba-1.tripod.com





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