Best Looking Yz450f!!

This thread took a nasty turn.

No I wish it was Tho.. Its Montalba Mx in Montalba, Texas. For those of you in the central Texas area..

ca412686 I like that last pic you got haha. Clean bike to!

and Rider_727

Is that your own track?!?! Looks fun!

It doesnt stay this clean all the time this is my bike after a race a couple weeks ago. cid__0802091726_01.jpg

There you go. Thats a bike that been ridden. Its beautiful!:busted::thumbsup::banana:

never get sick of my yz.

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I posted these before but not in here. . .

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how do you keep your hubs so clean??? I can't clean mine to save my life and would love to figure out how!

most be brand new, or 1 ride.

or not ride it and just look at it

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Who makes those rear wheel spacer/ bearing covers and where did you get them?

OK here is my 03 YZ450F.

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This would have to be the highest positioned shift lever I have ever seen.

Another good method of upper frame protection for the steel framed bikes is to split some 1 inch clear tubing and wrap it around the frame.

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This is the best looking Yamaha I've ever seen......

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I posted these in another photo thread before stumbling across the more fitting YZ450F thread. Here's my 2007 when I designed my own graphics for it:

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After racing for three years, it was starting to look pretty beat up, so I decided to give it a facelift with a One Industries / Racer X look:

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I think mine is pretty nice.This is just a quick cell phone pic:

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Yeah, I love seeing the bikes.

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This would have to be the highest positioned shift lever I have ever seen./QUOTE]

Alot of woods guys run them high due to the fact that on a low shifter the chances of mangling your foot are extreme. I cant even ride bikes with stock height shifters anymore, you get used to it. Though I have to say Ive never seen one quite that high either.

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