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Best Looking Yz450f!!

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Whos got the best looking fo-fiddy? No stock graphics!! I will post mine when it's done, right now all my mods are not that noticeable. Let's see 'em!!:thumbsup::moon:

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Whos got the best looking fo-fiddy? No stock graphics!! I will post mine when it's done, right now all my mods are not that noticeable. Let's see 'em!!:moon::ride:

Why? can't you have a nice bike with stock graphics?:moon::thumbsup:

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Why? can't you have a nice bike with stock graphics?:moon::thumbsup:

No you can but we all know what the stock bikes look like.

Another picture thread.

Oh boy.

:moon:

Hey!! I searched for pics and they were to generic. In the title I said 450, so no 400's or 426's. Also no stock graphics to clutter up the thread. Some guys change graphics twice a year and love to show it off. Besides I am looking for ideas and I need some inspiration.

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In a world of overly modded out bikes, I tend to like to like the look of stock bikes. Am I nuts?

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in a world where the economy is fallin in the toilet, who can afford to change graphics twice a year. i order mine 5 at a time from factory backing but i keep a practice set on that lasts forever and switch to a race set...which ive had since i bought my 06 brand new.

im so over picture threads

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In a world of overly modded out bikes, I tend to like to like the look of stock bikes. Am I nuts?

Nope!:thumbsup:

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sweet bike!!

Thanks, that bike has been through an evolution of looks since stock.

First look:

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Then:

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Then:

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And now was posted before.

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pretty stock , keeping the things clean is the biggest priority for me. The stock stuff is in hibernation waiting for resale day, so that is basically the only reason i am using any "graphics kit" at all --- but if some good red and white euro replica graphics came along, i would snag them up

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My '08

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Nice bike. What size/brand tank is that?

On another note, has anyone every tried a 450 with a FWW? Would it make sense on such a bike?

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Nice bike. What size/brand tank is that?

On another note, has anyone every tried a 450 with a FWW? Would it make sense on such a bike?

Thanks. It is the IMS tank. 3.1gal I think.

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except the kyb sticker on fork tubes and the honda red bar and plags its absolutly perfect. might just be the nicest 1 on tt.

good job :thumbsup:

i do like this threads, alwayes somthing new

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