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The Motoseat works well with the looks of the bike. The backgrounds are playing tricks with my eyes. The bike looks so good stock!

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Basically stock at this point. Oversized front rotor, Ironman sprocket, o-ring chain, some grips and fancy stickers is about all I have done to it so far. Yoshi RS-4 slip on should be here before the weekend though. Looking forward to that.

 

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what brand graphics is on the 94 bike

Silo Creationz.  I believe the kid is here in AZ.  Google it.  He has a Facebook page too.   

Silo Creationz

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Basically stock at this point. Oversized front rotor, Ironman sprocket, o-ring chain, some grips and fancy stickers is about all I have done to it so far. Yoshi RS-4 slip on should be here before the weekend though. Looking forward to that.

 

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I love the power on this bike.  The only reason I want an aftermarket slip on is because the stock silencer is very big, clunky, and heavy.  I'm thinking Im going to go with the Ti-FMF….let me know what you think of the Yoshi, and post pics!  I'm putting on my front braking wave rotor this morning!

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I love the power on this bike.  The only reason I want an aftermarket slip on is because the stock silencer is very big, clunky, and heavy.  I'm thinking Im going to go with the Ti-FMF….let me know what you think of the Yoshi, and post pics!  I'm putting on my front braking wave rotor this morning!

 

I'm not really looking for more power as this bike has plenty of it, but the Yosh on my '11 smoothed out the low end and stretched out the top. I am hoping to see the same benefits with this bike.

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I dremeled a smiley face in my number plate I was so bored hahaha :) got a bunch of stuff coming for her...... full fmf 4.1 titanium exhaust, flywheel, got an o-ring chain right away. even bought a timbersled track kit for it for the winter! cant wait!!!!!!

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….let me know what you think of the Yoshi...

 

It's good. The track was really dry today so it was hard to feel any difference on bottom, but it definitely carries further up top. Pretty deceiving actually as I had kind of gotten used to where it signed off before and now it just keeps pulling. 

The pipe itself extends past the number plate a little further than stock, so if that is a concern of yours you may want to look at other options. It's minor, but visually noticeable.

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It's good. The track was really dry today so it was hard to feel any difference on bottom, but it definitely carries further up top. Pretty deceiving actually as I had kind of gotten used to where it signed off before and now it just keeps pulling. 

The pipe itself extends past the number plate a little further than stock, so if that is a concern of yours you may want to look at other options. It's minor, but visually noticeable.

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I rode the bike today (after my break in last time).  Holy %@#$ this bike is fast.  I ordered the FMF 4.1 RCT slip on from Rocky Mountain ($539 with a 10% coupon brought id down to 485 shipped).  This is the first time that I ordered a muffler more for looks/ weight savings rather than performance.  I'll post pics Thursday.

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Theres some nice bikes here. Finally got mine together, custom graphics, full FMF Ti exhaust, x-trig clamps, gripper motoseat cover, renthal sprockets and DID chain, lightspeed ti pegs, carbon chain guide and hose clamp, cycra front plate, braking rotor, hinson clutch cover, suspension revalved still working on ig/fuel maps with the FMF exhaust.

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Theres some nice bikes here. Finally got mine together, custom graphics, full FMF Ti exhaust, x-trig clamps, gripper motoseat cover, renthal sprockets and DID chain, lightspeed ti pegs, carbon chain guide and hose clamp, cycra front plate, braking rotor, hinson clutch cover, suspension revalved still working on ig/fuel maps with the FMF exhaust.

Very nice bike!  You've got a lot of $$$ into that!  Let me know how you like that FMF system please.

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So far i've tried all of the MXA maps (both versions of the Preston map) and a few that have been shared here in Australia, all of them didn't work that well with the FMF exhaust.I spoke with FMF and they said run the stock map.(MXA said stick with the stock map too). I did try all +1 on both FI and Ig and that worked quite well also. I noticed that Travis Preston was running an FMF exhaust at the vet Worlds, so would be interesting to see if he ran the stock map (also depends on if he had any motor work done). Hopefully we'll see a few more maps appear as more people get them. In the meantime heres a few more pictures of my new ride!

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Not a 450 but here is my 250f :-)

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Sneaking in a 250 to the mans bike forum HRC HUH!!! Looks sweet HRC.
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