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gunship426

in need of advice on trail gearing and fly weel weights

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hay guys and gals, i have a 2002 yz426 and im just getting back in the sport. could any one tell me good gearing for mountain trails. and ide like fly wheel weight advice too. thanks.........

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Gearing you have many choices, I run a couple teeth more on the back, but Rocky MountainMC.com had a 13tooth front for $10 so I picked up one of those also. You can get 12, 13 or 14 tooth front, cheap and easy to see what you like.

Check out http://www.steahlyoffroad.com/ for the flywheel, they have several options from a complete flywheel to a do it yourself kit, prices run accordingly.

I also run the FMF powerbomb header and Q muffler and meet the CA sound requirements.

Mike

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Depends on what kind of riding you do, I have a '98 wr400 and have a steahly 12oz weight in. It took alot of the hit out of the bike it rolls on real smooth, almost to smooth. But I haven't done the throttle stop mod yet so I'm hopeing after I do that it will be perfect for me, but I do most of my riding on tight technical trails. If you want more hit try the 10ozer.

MThumper

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PS chucks a great guy (Chuck Steahly) he usually answers the phone and can answer any questions about fly wheel weight. The number is

1-800-800-2363

MThumper

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