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djtroy

J Law replica YZ450f

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I have had this bike since 06 and it has close to 300 hrs on it. At first it was blue, then it was white with the Boost Mobile graphics kit and now recently with the addition of the Rekluse E Axle and my new love for this bike I decided it needed a face lift.

New items:

Lightspeed guards

SDG seat

plastic

One Industry graphics

chrome hubs

Excel rims

Pro Taper bars

Dunlop tire

X Ring chain

Renthal Twin Ring sprockets

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Awesome, great work. That bike should be good for a long time, no need to get rid of it anytime soon. I don't think anything else out there would be that much better. Now go ride it!

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Dont you mean 30hrs. haha That bikes is very clean for 300 hours, and im sure will be once it hits 600.

No I meant 300 hrs :) I have ridden that bike almost everyweekend at least once or twice since I bought it in 06.

I have to replace the clutch cover. Thats usually the only spot that shows wear marks.

I am waiting for One Indistries to be able to print backgrounds with numbers. They told me they will be able to do it in a few weeks.

I hate the stick on numbers.

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very nice bike. it looks great.:)

btw do you have a hourmeter on your bike

No I wish I did though. I will definitely get one for my next bike.

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Get an hour meter now? Very easy to put on. What kind of motor work have you had done on it? 300 hours and still looks awesome!

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Yeah...what maintenance issues have you had and what motorwork have you done IE piston, cam chain etc. ?

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Yeah...what maintenance issues have you had and what motorwork have you done IE piston, cam chain etc. ?

I have never had the motor apart. Oil, Filters, chain, sprockets, tires and I had to replace the steering stem bearings.

This bike starts 1st kick every time.

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Looks great! Which Dunlops are those?

The rear is a Dunlop sand tire I had in the garage 733 I think. The front is a Bridgestone M101 (The M102 rear wore out already). The Dunlop will wear out quick and my Bridgestone M101 might need to be replaced, although it really wears good as you can see.

I will go back to my old favorites the Michelin MS2 - MS3 Sand and Mud tires. They are the best

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