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2006wr450f

What did you do to your WR today?

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Nice kit can you order it online???

Sicass Racing have an online store through there website at:

http://www.sicassracing.com

I did the full LED upgrade on my bike.:excuseme:

I had to fabricate my own mounting brackets for the front turn signals.

I am not sure if they have the ability to ship internationally though. You may have to call.

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I checked the valves on my 08 (80 hours on the clock) still havent moved :excuseme:

Put new tires front and rear on, changed the oil, greased the head stem and prep'd the bike for 5 days in the So Cal desert during Thanksgiving weekend.

Here is the bike on a 300 mile dual sport ride:

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Here is the bike as of today with the above mod's:

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Just install a new TrailTech Vapor stealth on my WR450 08 sm.

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I couldn't fit the speed sensor on the caliber cause i have a bigger rotor brake front, so i drill the plastic and screw the sensor on it. nice n clean.

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I've check the vapors speed with the original computer and the 2 speeds match perferct.

Now i just have to remove the old wr-computer and put the vapor to its place. :bonk:

And i hate when i switch off the bike, the vapor remains on for 20 min! :excuseme:

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stuck in a mud hole.......... great day up to that point

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Just Gave it a clean and lubed up. Man I hate this weather To Cold/Wet to ride!

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Ya know, some riders would kill for some good mud-boggin'... :excuseme:

Me: Rode the bike around the ranch. Drained the gas from the carb when I was done - unlike most of the time when I forget. :bonk:

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we were 12 miles from the truck.... had to lay it on it side and drag it about 15 yards out .... bad day....

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And i hate when i switch off the bike, the vapor remains on for 20 min! :excuseme:

I hate the fact if you stop it on the magnet it stays on

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Full airbox dismantel and full cleaning....then a good rip up and down the street with a few wheelies in for good measure! :excuseme:

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I knocked a hole in my flywheel side cover , went back to truck and epoxied it since it was early in the day and kept riding :excuseme: . Now Im shopping for a new cover .

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i kick started mine but it decieded to kick back! breaking the kickstart gear which broke the shift peg and now theres a bunch of pieces down in my trans :bonk: looks like i get to split the case in search of cunks of gear :excuseme:

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I hate the fact if you stop it on the magnet it stays on

I didn't notice that! Thanks for the info kingquad450. I will keep that in mind! :excuseme:

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