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Ricky450F

06' YZ450F pics, done for now...

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Here are some pics of my bike. Just finished getting it ready for Glamis this season. Just installed the Dr. D Carbon/Titanium and havent had the chance to test ride it yet. Let me know what you guys think.

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nice...just ordered the stainless system for my 07...the carbon /ti was too much and i heard the carbon starts the crack after a couple years so ya.

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leave the mud flap for paddle use only. pick up an aftermarket one for knobbie action.:worthy:

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Thanks guys for the comments. The mudflap on there right now is already chewed up by the paddle but I have a new waiting to replace it. I was lucky enough to get employees discount on the exhaust system which is why I bought carbon/ti. I just cant get over how good that carbon fiber looks. Now i just have to get it dirty this weekend.

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Nice looking bike. How do you like that sand snake paddle tire? I ride the oregon dunes and prefer the King's Paddle.

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I like the sand snake right now, I never really have any problems hooking up. After this tire is done I'm going to try the King paddle. The scoops on that tire are huge.

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It looks great! Don't forget to remove the mud flap though.

If you run that thing in the sand without a guard <Flap> in place, your going to ruin your rear shock. That shock shaft will get sandblasted!!!!

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If you run that thing in the sand without a guard <Flap> in place, your going to ruin your rear shock. That shock shaft will get sandblasted!!!!

I run a shock cover on mine. However, several people that I ride with leave the guard off and don't run a cover either and have been doing so for years with no problems.

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I run a shock cover on mine. However, several people that I ride with leave the guard off and don't run a cover either and have been doing so for years with no problems.

You are smarter than they are.:worthy:

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