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best looking 426 anyone

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the 642 bike looks pretty legit with the blue wheels

Thanks man! I have a silver set of rims for it too, but it looks much better with the blues.

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Hey felix 222, what kinda header guard is that?

i'll check tomorrow

i think it's made by Bonzia Brothers...?

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:lol: Nice work! what kind of seat is that?

its a stock seat of a yz426f. i just recovered it with a black gripper cover.

cheers..

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I was sick of blue... too many of my other bikes are blue, so with the 426 I went with this while having it down to do the big bore. And I'm not too fond of graphics either...

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:lol:

Josh

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I think Ill bring this back since I now have some pictures of my bike that are current.

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Looks good...is that the IMS tank?

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I was sick of blue... too many of my other bikes are blue, so with the 426 I went with this while having it down to do the big bore. And I'm not too fond of graphics either...

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:confused:

Josh

Wow...very original :lol: I'm assuming that is a powder coated frame?

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Soon to be Supermoto...

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I like the black frame guards and waterpump guard. The lights look pretty cool also...what setup is that?

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Wow...very original :lol: I'm assuming that is a powder coated frame?

I might do that next time, but I didn't want to have to deal with boring out all the threads/holes that powdercoating would add layers too.... plus I was short on time, so I just sandblasted the frame down myself, did 2 to 3 coats of primer on the whole thing, and then 5 to 6 coats of graphite and 2 to 3 coats of clear. It looks 10x better than my ragged worn out OEM blue paint and didn't cost too much.

Josh

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