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best looking 426 anyone

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ya i know i wish there was more options for the 19. how do you like the trail tech endurance? ive been wanting to get one but from what ive read online they dont hold up to water all that great.

So far I've taken it out twice, and i didn't get it wet.. So I can't attest to that.. But as far as telling my speed, it was an easy install and appears to be accurate so far. Plus the price was right. I think I got it on Amazon for 60 shipped? brand new.

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Just got it together after sitting for 5 years, Pretty basic . took 12 days to finish all new crank, rod and piston. Painted frame and rear wheel. New tires chain and brakes. Typical stuff on a 15 year old bike. 

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Here's my 2002 YZ426. I'm just realizing that these are the only recent pics I have of it and theyre from my first ride last year. Can't wait for spring to come so I can get some more!

Love this bike for what it is...

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2000 YZ426F.. old but not tired

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How does she run with the snow bike kit?  I checked out some kits, but most started for 2003 and up...I presume it's something to do with the fork / ski attachment.

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Yz 426f..Hands down the best trail bike I have ever ridden..

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2000 YZ426F.. old but not tired

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Mate!!! this pic is amazing!! where is it?

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Mate!!! this pic is amazing!! where is it?

 

thanks, WA state North Cascades. The YZ426 runs awesome, hits hard. I had to make a few bushings to get the kit to bolt on, but it was simple overall.

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Here she is right when I bought her. Nothing crazy but I love her.

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