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My Yamaha Grabbed the Holeshot!!!

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I can't believe that my YZ450, with 198.6 hours on the stock motor, can pull

holeshots like this. Lol!

I'm 625x

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Check out my custom 2009 jersey. :excuseme:

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Too bad Yamaha doesn't have a contingency program like Kawasaki 's or Suzuki 's.

If they did, I would by a Yamaha lifer.

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great job man.

im sure the bike had a part of taking the holeshot , but its 90 % rider skill!!

200 hours on a stock piston is very impresive, hope mine will do the same.

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Nice work on the holeshot!

Yamaha has a pretty decent contingency program for my series (NMA Offroad) but Yamaha only pays contingency on bikes that are two model years old or newer ('07s and '08s right now...and of course any '09s). What series are you running?

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great job man.

im sure the bike had a part of taking the holeshot , but its 90 % rider skill!!

200 hours on a stock piston is very impresive, hope mine will do the same.

Thanks! Yeah, it helps out when your bike starts first kick in second gear since it was

a dead engine start.

yamaha does have a contingency.. where in cali are u from?

Northern California District 36.

http://www.yamaha-motor.com/sport/racing/contingency_yz_08_eventslist.aspx

Please correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think Yamaha likes us up here.:excuseme:

Nice rocks, BTW. You'd someone would at least pick up the big ones.

Yeah...that was a creek bed that went for about a 1/4 mile and it was filled

with nice, big rocks. The GPR damper came in handy there. 14 psi sucked though.

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