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Skid Plate/Clutch Cover

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Can you guys post the brand of your skid plates and clutch covers and a pic of them if you have it....I want to buy one for my yz450f.

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Can you guys post the brand of your skid plates and clutch covers and a pic of them if you have it....I want to buy one for my yz450f.

I have a Moose racing skidplate. Was $90. Easy to install and is very light.

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yamaha GYTR glide plate.. and i would get the Gytr clutch cover.. made by hinson but at half the cost. i personaly plan on getting this when i need a new one.

here is the only pic of the glide plate

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The Devol looks pretty sweat ...does it make any noise?

I hear the engine more with it on, but as far as it making noise it's self, none.

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all aluminum skid plates will reflect noise back at you. its just the nature of our bikes to do that.. make sure you get a plate that has some foam with it as it will help absorb some of that sound (not to mention help keep mud out from between your engine and plate).

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all aluminum skid plates will reflect noise back at you. its just the nature of our bikes to do that.. make sure you get a plate that has some foam with it as it will help absorb some of that sound (not to mention help keep mud out from between your engine and plate).

I second this. When I installed my moose plate I bought their foam with it and with the foam installed, I heard no noticeable noise differences.

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