PIC of my 98

I've had the wheels for about a year now and finally got around to putting them on now that I have the rotor sets and spacers...

The gearing is 15 front and 39 rear... still wheelie's like a raped ape...

I'm going to get a couple of different rears so I can find the sweet spot for the track...

I'm loving the fact that I have both set's of wheels and the baja kit... 30 minutes either way and I can hit any road or track I want...

I love this bike...motard007.jpg

Looks really good. The wheels are wicked. :bonk:

Just a question, I hear this so much, what does a "raped ape" run like? Like..... When I think of a "raped ape" I think really really bad.....

Oh and your chain looks like its about to snap in half. Or is that okay for street...?

PS you should be able to heat those plastics up with a heat gun to get out the white.

Here in Texas, after raping an ape they have a tendency to be very fast...

The pic was taken before I had adjusted the chain... 1 inch of play is all I need...

I have different plastics but thanks for the tip...

Here in Texas, after raping an ape they have a tendency to be very fast...

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Oh.... I see.

Is 98 the first year they made the yzf's?

PS you should be able to heat those plastics up with a heat gun to get out the white.

When you heat it up, be sure to do it from the back of the plastic. Do it very slowly and not too much. After you get the white stress marks off of the back, then do the other side.

The rear sprocket looks small. What size is it?

The gearing is 15 front and 39 rear

:bonk:

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