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Bigcr

My first Yami......

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I bought it new. Other than the pipe, the motor is stock. I also put heavier springs in the suspension.

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Why waiting for a few months?

I had surgery to repair a torn pectoral tendon.

Crazynova---Las Vegas

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If you want your exhaust to stay nice, and not too scartched, and the number plate is touching it, Id dremel down the edge of the number plate a bit. I have the problem on my 426, and it gouged the Dr.D plate on the exhaust.

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yes those bikes tend to bite back sometimes. I'm on my 5th week of recovery of 2 broken ribs and they still hurt like 3 days after I did it. Did it on a new '06 Aniversary addition but the thing is bad!

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I bought it new. Other than the pipe, the motor is stock. I also put heavier springs in the suspension.

I was curious, the graphics don't look like the stock ones. Looks good though!:lol:

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The graphics and plastic are all part of the One industries "Hurricane" kit.

My first Yamaha was a 1980 YZ250G :confused:

I put the Henry kit on same bike and am almost regretting it, yours looks killer.

(but the Henry kit is cool too!) :lol:

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My first Yamaha was a 1980 YZ250G :confused:

I put the Henry kit on same bike and am almost regretting it, yours looks killer.

(but the Henry kit is cool too!) :lol:

I almost got the Henry kit, but I've never had a yellow bike before. Both are awesome.

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dont forget greaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee.......everything.:confused:

Agreed! I greased my entire linkage after the 2nd ride and I'm glad i did b/c it had started to pit in places...:lol:

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