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Gray Wire Free Mod for '05 WR450F

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I was wondering that because I will be using my bike for mostly on-road riding (see the Thread "Lets say half Supermoto)..... I can hear the boo's already........... should I even bother with the gray wire mod?

Do I really want YZ timing if I am on the street and occasionally gone for long highway rides to visit outta town friends? :applause:

Let me know what ya think :ride:

Thanks

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I don't think this si a issue on bikes sold outside of the US. Might er wrong and I use mine arond town as well!!!!!

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Hi,

I was at the dyno on monday and tested the difference with and without gray wire. Only difference was bit over horsepower on top, thats all.

Timo Mc

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I cut the grey wire and trimmed my throttle stop to yz length on my 05' WR450 and noticed a big difference. Before I did the mod the bike felt like a slug. I ride long distances sometime and it runs great.

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Actually my bike came from California.....green-sticker and all.

:applause:

That's nothing to be proud of...................

Just get a vortex ignition. Plug and play baby!

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Yes.

Cut it. No need for a toggle switch.

The grey wire retards the timing by some 30 degrees above 6000rpm.

It makes a difference.

YZ cam, you may or may not want it. I would, and felt NO loss of power in the bottom end. If anything, it smoothed out some of the dead spots in the powerband... it's now a very smooth, solid application of power from any RPM.

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I think they are all green sticker legal sold in the US. Anyway most of us remove all the stuff that makes it Green sticker legal.

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