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JS264

Adjustable Subframe 2014 YZ450F

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Your new 450 feel doofy with the tall seat and stinkbuggy stance?  Problem solved:

 

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Where did u get it from

My friend is a machinist, these are one off parts but we are considering producing more and offering the mod if people are interested.

Have you rode it yet? And does this cause a gap between seat and gas cap cover?

Got about 3 hours on it. Overall handling is greatly improved. Bike feels like its on rails. Small gap but nothing really noticeable. It appears Yamaha designed everything to have the subframe adjustable...

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I have this combined with a Pro Circuit link. Being that these are small run parts you'd be looking at a bit of $$$, but we could probably set you up.

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It would probably be in the $250 range for a set of the parts.

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jgr also sells these completely built for 450.00 or send yours in to be modded for 180.00. theres nothing on there web site about it but you can or email them 

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Thread resurrection. 

 

Just what i was looking for.

 

Does this cause the tire to come too close or rub the rear fender under full suspension compression?

 

Does the seat still fit correctly since the seating angle is different?

 

Any other mods required when running the subframe at it's lowest?

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Thread resurrection.

Just what i was looking for.

Does this cause the tire to come too close or rub the rear fender under full suspension compression?

Does the seat still fit correctly since the seating angle is different?

Any other mods required when running the subframe at it's lowest?

Tire just kisses the fender on real hard landings like most every other bike does.

Seat fits just fine.

Only thing required besides reassembling the rear of the bike is loosen the exhaust clamps and re tighten.

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My bike doesn't rib the fender. I have a Wr250f if that matters though it shouldn't.

Thanks for the info

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