2006wr450f

What did you do to your WR today?

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installed Tusk D-Flex handguards and put on some swing arm graphics

Looks like another XR rider has joined the WR ranks....excellent

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Looks like another XR rider has joined the WR ranks....excellent

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you would be correct......

xr400 forsale in the classifieds :ride:

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Ordered an IMS 4.0 gal. tank in natural. Should be here in a week. Still fabricating an aluminum mount for my Trailtech Vapor.

FMF Powerbomb SS header is going to be ordered in 2 weeks.

I love my 426, but kick starting is taking a toll on my pelvis. I may be selling it to get a '05+ 450.

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Hmm, I worked all night (6pm-6am) rode all day today, now I am back at work for another all nighter....who needs sleep when you can ride.:ride: Now I just gotta find time to clean the machine.

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I crashed mine and bent the subframe. I also broke my ankle in 3 places doing it and ended my riding season. :ride:

Been there, done that.:)

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Here's an xray. Pretty cool they give you a cd with your xrays on it these days.

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I did bend the subframe a little. Good thing the bike had no real damage. That would double suck.

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Wasn't it a bit warm?? :)

I did 90 miles in Johnson Valley last Saturday, and yes it got warm. The key is to be riding at 5:30, when it's 65 degrees, and have the bike loaded at 11:00 when it hits 90.:ride: Probably going to do it again this weekend.:lol:

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Wasn't it a bit warm?? :ride:

I was up at Silverwood Dam yesterday with my daughter. Started riding around 9:30 am and rode to Devil's Hole and back. About 45 miles round trip and WAY too frigging hot. She didn't enjoy the ride one bit.

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I love my 426, but kick starting is taking a toll on my pelvis. I may be selling it to get a '05+ 450.

I hear a lot of guys have this problem, but i have mine starting first kick every time as long as i stick to the pattern. I don't want e-start because the high compression is an anti-theft, but if you know how to do it, you can turn it over with your hand.

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Spent the weekend dual sporting in Big Bear :ride:

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Yeah! I spent the weekend Dual Sporting around Mt. Saint Helens

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