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Craig E

YZ426 Flywheel & Cam Upgrade

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I am thinking of putting a flywheel weight on my YZ426F 2000 model and maybe the 450 cam upgrade. Are these mods really worth while? I mostly trail / enduro type ride so less stalling and easier starting would be a huge benefit. Are there any brands / kits better than others for this mod? Is there anything else to look out for? Best Australian supplier?

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I'm looking to import a 450 exhaust cam from TT. It will cost approx $160 delivered.

If you want cheap OEM parts in Oz... check out Mick Hone in Melbourne. The guys name is Steve, just call them or email parts@mickhone.com.au . I saved 30-40% off Yamaha RRP when buying gearbox parts. They are really prompt with delivery too.

Tell Steve that Andrew from Perth sent you!

Waldo.

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Thanks for that I will give them a call. Did you buy yours privately or through TT parts shop?

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Never did the cam mod but the flywheel weight made my '02 a much better woods machine. Less stalling but more important, smoother power delivery to the back wheel. :applause:

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Craig,

I havent bought the CAM yet. Steve should be able to give you a good price.

Waldo.

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The 450 cam in my 426 was the best thing I ever did. I makes starting the bike easy. Not that my bike was hard to start, but now it is EASY.

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Do the cam first. Then if you're still stalling it do the flywheel weight.

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