De restricting 2016 WR450

Steve has some tricks up his sleeve.

I was privy to some of the things to come.

Can you say 'laminar flow' ?

Steve has some tricks up his sleeve.

I was privy to some of the things to come.

Can you say 'laminar flow' ?

 

Ah yes picked up a GYTR Cosworth ported head and cams.

Installed a Western Power Sports featherweight lithium battery. IMG_2768_zpsc58nanki.jpg

 

Pipe blued nicely. IMG_2769_zps4dchqeps.jpg

^ ooooh ^    :worthy:  :worthy:


Great.

Now I'm going to start shopping for a Ti pipe for the Beet-ah.

Your fault.

^ ooooh ^    :worthy:  :worthy:

Great.

Now I'm going to start shopping for a Ti pipe for the Beet-ah.

Your fault.

Your Beta is a bitchen machine. Why not.

Your Beta is a bitchen machine. Why not.

 

Can't find a trick Ti header for it!  

 

Might have to get some Eye-talian type.

You'll have to shop in France (maybe) and get a Dakar pipe for it.. +longer/ = better performance.. (&much wider)

You'll have to shop in France (maybe) and get a Dakar pipe for it.. +longer/ = better performance.. (&much wider)

 

No low pipes for me.

No low pipes for me.

Yea down pipes are not the current swag. Maybe for a road race bike or maybe the Dakar bike. Remember even Penton got a motorcycle to last 6 days in the ISDE.

Yea down pipes are not the current swag. Maybe for a road race bike or maybe the Dakar bike. Remember even Penton got a motorcycle to last 6 days in the ISDE.

Or a 1974 Honda XR75. DG :thumbsup:

Or a 1974 Honda XR75. DG :thumbsup:

 

My XR80 with a XR200 motor stuffed into it. Varoooom pop pop pop.photo1_zpsdb564359.jpg

Hows that new intake behaving...?

Any good?

Hows that new intake behaving...?

Any good?

 

If you mean the new competition ECU it sounds different. Better rap off idle. It doesn't sound lean any more. I will know more on Sunday. The instructions say to set the ECU with all zero's with the intake derestricted and a pipe. That's the stock settings it comes with without using the tuner.

I decided to upgrade a bit on the filter holder. The one pictured is a Twin air powerflow kit with no screen for a YZ450.

 

The stock air filter is a bit puny the GYTR one looks like a Uni and looks the largest. However the glue has known to be junk on the Uni's so we will see if it holds up. The Twin air and the PC racing both look good.

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and with this contraption??

and with this contraption??

Ah never rode it with the stock set up. Also to note the YZ cage is the same as the WR minus the tea kettle baffle. In the instructions with the GYTR ECU it tells you to grind off the plastic rivets to remove it. I have a spare YZ one if anyone needs it.

Just put my deposit down today. The bike should be at the dealer early next week, and they are going to plate it for me. 

 

I'd gladly purchase the YZ cage from ya!

 

Ah never rode it with the stock set up. Also to note the YZ cage is the same as the WR minus the tea kettle baffle. In the instructions with the GYTR ECU it tells you to grind off the plastic rivets to remove it. I have a spare YZ one if anyone needs it.

Just put my deposit down today. The bike should be at the dealer early next week, and they are going to plate it for me. 

 

I'd gladly purchase the YZ cage from ya!

Your welcome to the YZ one but I wonder if the shipping would kill the deal. They cost $20. at the dealer or you can grind the rivets and remove the tea kettle for free.

Ah ha. I didn't know they were so cheap! Since i'm in TX, that would kill the deal after shipping. I'm sure someone closer to your hometown could put it to good use eventually. 

Just put my deposit down today. The bike should be at the dealer early next week, and they are going to plate it for me. 

 

I'd gladly purchase the YZ cage from ya!

Which dealer is plating it for you? Are they going to charge you the 6% sales tax instead of the 8.25%?

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