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Krannie McKranface

MY 2008 BUILD LIST

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It works reeeeaaaaly well.......

 

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2008 WR450F

CARB MODIFICATIONS:

 

R&D REMOTE FUEL SCREW

NCJY NEEDLE / 4TH

175 MAIN /  45 PILOT

NEW STOCK NEEDLE JET

BLOCKED ACV WITH 100 AIR JET (2015 CHANGED TO YZ CARB TO REPLACE WORN WR CARB)

50 LEAK JET

AMPUMP TIMED TO JUST MISS SLIDE, SQUIRT FOR (1) SECOND

R&D APUMP LINKAGE SPRING

2008 CRF450R APUMP DIAPHRAGM AND PUSH ROD

ZIP TY HOT START NUT

 

ERGONOMIC MODIFICATIONS

 

FASTWAY F3 LOWER PEGS

GUTS RACING TALL/FIRM SEAT FOAM + 1.5” EXTRA

GUTS RACING COMP COVER

BRP SUBMOUNT + 20MM RISER

PROTAPER KX HIGH BARS, STOCK WIDTH

SCOTTS DAMPER

CYCRA PRO BEND CRM MOUNT HAND GUARDS

ZIP TY HOT START LEVER

ASV LEVERS AND PERCHES

CLUTCH LEVER IS LOW-RATIO TYPE

MOTION PRO CLUTCH CABLE

BRAKE PEDAL STOP REMOVED, PEDAL ANGLE CHANGED TO LOW-BOY POSITION

 

ENGINE MODIFICATIONS

 

OEM STANDARD WR PISTON, RINGS, TIMING CHAIN AND TENSION-ER (PISTON #4)

2008 YZ EX CAM WITH MODIFIED DECOMP PIN LENGTH

AS RACING STAGE 3 PORT AND POLISH

DUBACH RACING 2007 YZ HEADER

DUBACH RACING FULL STAINLESS MUFFLER AND S/A

DYNATEK FS IGNITION SYSTEM WITH REMOTE SWTICH IN AIRBOX

MODIFIED MAP #2 WITH 5 DEGREES ADVANCE AT ALL RPMS

‘SWISS CHEESE’ MOD CLUTCH BASKET AND HUB WITH STOCK OEM CLUTCH PACK

POLISHED TRANSMISSION (DONE WHEN 4TH GEAR WAS REPLACED DUE TO FLAKING)

 

 

 

BODY

 

OEM 2012 HEADSHELL 

RICKY STATOR H4- HID LIGHTING

OEM 2012 FRONT FENDER

TRAIL TECH ENDURANCE COMPUTER

BRP BILLET ENDURANCE MOUNT

CUSTOM LIGHTING HARNESS BY AS RACING

CA PLATED

1996 HONDA XL DS BAR CLUSTER SWITCH (PUSH BUTTON CANCELING)

 

SUSPENSION/FRAME/WHEELS

 

2006 YZ450F FRONT AND REAR SUSPENSION (AND REBUILD)

SKF SEALS FRONT AND REAR

RE-SPRING AND RE-VALVE BY STERIC RACING - .54/6.3

STOCK WHEEL SETS (REMOVED HEAVY TAKASAGO WHEEL SETS)

STOCK TRIPLE CLAMPS (PROTOTYPE DHR CLAMPS REMOVED ; NOT MACHINED RIGHT ANYWAY)

BRIDGESTONE M403 90/100 FRONT TIRE

KENDA PARKER DT-II 120/100 REAR TIRE

BRIGESTONE UHD TUBES

OLD INNERTUBE CUT FOR WIDE RIM BAND

MOTION PRO STAINLESS FRONT BRAKE LINE

EBC CARBON-X PADS

102MM REAR SAG / 38 MM FRONT SAG

TMD SKID PLATE

TMD SHARK FIN

TUSK OS 260MM FRONT DISC

TUSK REAR DISC

DID VT2 CHAIN

OEM REAR SPROCKET (13,14/51)

 

 

ELECTRICAL

 

HIGHWAY DIRTBIKE OVER/UNDER SWITCHES (START AND KILL)

RICKY STATOR REWIND (130 W)

LED TURN SIGNALS WITH ELECTRONIC FLASHER

LED REAR TAIL LIGHT WITH REAR BRAKE SWITCH

BATTERY TENDER PIG TAIL

SHORAI 12AH BATTERY

 

 

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Is that a paved OHV staging area parking lot? If so, I have never seen one of those before.

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Is that a paved OHV staging area parking lot? If so, I have never seen one of those before.

 

Gigantic paved parking area, Visitors center with fascinating information for the visitors, huge Toiteys, benches, nice clean trash cans, and a view of the Freeway.

 

It's paradise.  No need to go riding, really, with all this at your finger tips.

 

Make a day of it.

 

Camp right here.

 

Work on your bike, and test the rev limiter a few times, before it's warmed up, and do limp wheelies around the other trucks. 

 

You can play music that was hard to ignore in 1986 and even harder now.

 

Like I said. Paradise.

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I can't remember who did it.....WRFRowdy perhaps?

Have any pics of the finished product or an explanation on what it's supposed to accomplish and how?

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Gigantic paved parking area, Visitors center with fascinating information for the visitors, huge Toiteys, benches, nice clean trash cans, and a view of the Freeway.

 

It's paradise.  No need to go riding, really, with all this at your finger tips.

 

Make a day of it.

 

Camp right here.

 

Work on your bike, and test the rev limiter a few times, before it's warmed up, and do limp wheelies around the other trucks. 

 

You can play music that was hard to ignore in 1986 and even harder now.

 

Like I said. Paradise.

Where is that? No place like that East of the Mississippi for sure.... Sweet ride BTW.

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Hungry Valley OHV, Gorman Ca.

 

We don't ride in the OHV park, we go above it into the Forest.

 

Here's some pics from yesterday and beyondIMG_0995_zps8e863fc2.jpg14695127197_2e8c716ca7_c_zpsc4d8b9f4.jpgIMG_0272.jpg51212LPNF030_zps8ad3aada.jpg:

 

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Hungry Valley OHV, Gorman Ca.

 

We don't ride in the OHV park, we go above it into the Forest.

 

Here's some pics from yesterday and beyondIMG_0995_zps8e863fc2.jpg14695127197_2e8c716ca7_c_zpsc4d8b9f4.jpgIMG_0272.jpg51212LPNF030_zps8ad3aada.jpg:

 

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Awesome. :ride:

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Nice bike, neat staging area, great looking terrain too. Makes me think California might not be all bad.

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Nice bike, neat staging area, great looking terrain too. Makes me think California might not be all bad.

 

 

It's not all bad. 

 

It only takes about 7 or 8 years to figure out where NOT to go in CA, to make it pleasant.....and that goes for everything here in CA.

 

If you follow the popular trends, it's the worst place on the planet to be.

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It's not all bad. 

 

It only takes about 7 or 8 years to figure out where NOT to go in CA, to make it pleasant.....and that goes for everything here in CA.

 

If you follow the popular trends, it's the worst place on the planet to be.

All places have their pluses and minuses. Lived in lots of places and CA is still near the top in my book.

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