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cowboyona426

Need birthday ideas!

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My birthday is coming up next week, and I'm trying to come up with some ideas on affordable stuff for my 06 YZ 450F... bling or function it doesn't matter, just try to keep it in the $60 and under range. Here's what I have on the bike already to save some trouble-

One Industries graphics, Windham bars w/10mm risers, Rally Pro handguards w/GYTR triple clamp mounts, X-ring chain, TM designworks chain slider, PMB end cap, ZipTy fuel screw, carb nut, and mag drain plug, WC skid plate , WC radiator cages, and a Maxxis front tire.

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Aluminum decompression plug, WC frame guards. You've already got the Rally Pro's so you doen't really need ASV levers...but I love the feel and action of them.

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Sounds to me you have enough bling..... ask for cash and use it to pay for the practice days and bike maintenance, fuel, oil, etc.

Although, you could use a Scotts reusable filter. :thumbsup:

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Aluminum decompression plug, WC frame guards. You've already got the Rally Pro's so you doen't really need ASV levers...but I love the feel and action of them.

'06 450 has no decomp plug any longer and the aluframe does not need frame guards :thumbsup::applause:

Other ideas:

http://www.fasstco.com/products/insert.shtml

and rim lock spacers

http://www.fasstco.com/products/rimlock.shtml

and a shorty lever

http://www.mooseracing.com/catalog.jsp?level1=1359&level2=1377&level3=1379&level4=1410&product_group_id=4439

a pro-seal

http://www.pcracingusa.com/proseal.php

sealsavers and thumbsavers

http://www.sealsavers.com/abi002/webpage.cfm?WebPage_ID=1&DID=19

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I wouldn't reccommend seal savers to anyone, I had one pair, installed them "wrong" I guess, and they ripped after a couple laps, then I had another pair, and installed them how everyone told me to, and they still ripped. Waste of $40 dollars.

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I wouldn't reccommend seal savers to anyone, I had one pair, installed them "wrong" I guess, and they ripped after a couple laps, then I had another pair, and installed them how everyone told me to, and they still ripped. Waste of $40 dollars.

The product is really good and it is not its fault if you cannot install them so they won't get ripped, right?

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