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In the past I read some posts about lowering the suspension on the 426. I am vertically challenged at 5'7", and am considering lowering my bike 2".Does anyone have a picture of thier lowered 426 that they can post? I saw one in the latest dirtbike mag. and that one looked funky. :)

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Sell your 426 and get the CRF450R. In stock form, it's only 37.5 inches. With the seat shaved, you can bring it down to 35.5.

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Originally posted by westladog:

Sell your 426 and get the CRF450R. In stock form, it's only 37.5 inches. With the seat shaved, you can bring it down to 35.5.

If thats the case, you might as well get a TTR-90, there just as fast.

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why do the honda guys keep telling us to stop starting S*** when westladog won't stop coming in here telling us to sell our yamahas

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Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla:

YAMAFREAK, you are completely right about that one. finally someone agrees with me baout the crf450's ****tyness!

Ahh BS....I bet I could whip you with me riding a bone stock 2002 CR125.....

If you really think the CRF is so much slower than the YZF...you got to get a "dum azz" adjustment ...because you truly do not have a clue. And besides, I am really tired of your racist, incompetent, ignorant remarks. Remember, 90% rider, 10% bike...in your case, you would *maybe* amount to about..say...2% rider....since your true skill shows through....

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