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SureBlue

2006 GYTR 450 pics

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Installed white plastics with GYTR graphics and seat cover, backgrounds are One Ind. Give me your verdict.

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Looks good, Roger, but there's so much blue on the shroud and rear fender graphics that it doesn't look that white. Still, I like it.

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very nice. all you need know is black rims and nice preprinted numbers and you will be sorted.

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Very nice! Thats one trick ride! How do you like those seal savers? Where did you get them from? I've gone through 2 sets of seals in 2 rides from crap getting in there.... time to do something about it. Do you leave them on all the time or just use them in mud? Thanks....

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looks good, needs some supercross style numbers and some white pro taper grips and you will be shining man

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Roger it is very unique....looks awesome. You are the only Finnish guy to have those US GYTR graphics....sweet :thumbsup:

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yeah, cool. you get to have the Blue look without having to have your plastic get the white stress marks in it.

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Thanks guys.

Very nice! Thats one trick ride! How do you like those seal savers? Where did you get them from? I've gone through 2 sets of seals in 2 rides from crap getting in there.... time to do something about it. Do you leave them on all the time or just use them in mud? Thanks....

I can highly recommend the seal savers, I've had them on 4 bikes (mine and son's) with no leaks and never had to replace seals since. Took them off from son's old bike and there was absolutely no dirt under the dust seals. I keep them on all the time. TT store is my supplier :thumbsup:

And thanks for you, David, for helping me with the GYTR stuff. Hope you are happy with the rad braces too.

Still I think Wyatt's white bike or the new Henry old school graphics look better, but I'm happy with these. It's only a dirt bike anyway. Got some 35 hours on it and like it very much.

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Hey SureBlue,

The bike looks good and thanks for the compliments on mine. I get a lot of looks and comments at track and the races.

Lately everyone asks how I got my '07 so fast. I tell them I have had my white bike for a while and Yamaha got the idea for the '07 from me. :thumbsup:

I think both of our bikes look better than the '07's. The grey just doesn't have enough contrast on the white. The henry kit looks good. I would like ot buy just the shroud graphics from that kit and put them on another set of white shrouds to switch out every once in a while.

http://momentoffame.com/photopost/data/540/medium/50thBleached_3.JPG

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The henry kit looks good. I would like ot buy just the shroud graphics from that kit and put them on another set of white shrouds to switch out every once in a while.

Agree, but I thought they come only as a kit, or? BTW, does Acerbis make better quality plastics than Ufo, always problems with the washers on Ufo shrouds, every damn bike I've had.

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Yeah, I haven't checked, but they probably do want you to buy the whole kit with the Henry graphics.

I don't have much experience with UFO products. The Acerbis replica plastic for the YZ is very good quality I think. I was expecting it to not be as good of quality as the factory plastic, but I believe that it is.

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