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GYTR Parts Yamaha 450 2010

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Hi. Where i can order GYTR parts for my bike? Do anybody have idea how GYTR complety head works? Any big Yamaha dealer in Miami?

Im from Europe and ordering is difficult sometimes from US.

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Hi. Where i can order GYTR parts for my bike? Do anybody have idea how GYTR complety head works? Any big Yamaha dealer in Miami?

Im from Europe and ordering is difficult sometimes from US.

We can get you anything Yamaha has to offer including GYTR. Keep in mind that if your bike is Euro spec many US spec parts will NOT* be compatible. :moon:

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Keep in mind that if your bike is Euro spec many US spec parts will NOT* be compatible. :moon:

can you give me an example of what would not be compatible?

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We can get you anything Yamaha has to offer including GYTR. Keep in mind that if your bike is Euro spec many US spec parts will NOT* be compatible. :moon:

can you get a enduro style bashplate and radiator braces, every were i have looked wont too much for shiping to australia, or have them on back order. cheers phill.

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If you could get everything in one box the shipping shouldn't be too bad. Doesn't Works Connection ship overseas? I know they will have the bash plate and braces available soon. I sold a rear spring for a KTM to a guy in Australia once for $50 and the shipping was $55 but he had it in 4 or 5 days.

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can you give me an example of what would not be compatible?

According to the OEMs it could be anything. Hubs/wheels can be different, CDI's, Stators, just about anything. The part numbers for Euro wont even come up in a US Fische system and vise versa. Anything we get OEM that is for a Euro spec bike comes with a disclaimer of no guarantee of compatability.

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can you get a enduro style bashplate and radiator braces, every were i have looked wont too much for shiping to australia, or have them on back order. cheers phill.

IF GYTR makes it, we can get it. Back orders on OEM are going to affect ANYONE who supplies OEM parts since they all come from the same place.

As far as shipping to Australia, we do it several times a day, the average cost is $35-$50 for most orders (average), large sized stuff can easily cost much more. We can give you an estimate before you order and we always correct shipping at the time we ship your stuff. :moon:

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if you download the manual it shows the same manual for us cdn as nz eur. the specs show 49t rear sprock vs 48. there are other diffs in specs, but most, if not all, seem to be related to sprock diff.

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Spring rates and steering geometry frequently differ, also.

Yea...but usually a result of some simple change like sprocket...moves axle, changes steering geometry.

One thing i did notice was fork travel was different. I can`t imagine forks are different, but if preload was diff maybe it changes travel due shims or something?

I had a Canadian 2003 CRF450 and it was a little different, but all parts fit. Biggest diff was the new rounded endcap on the silencer vs the stinger they had in the US. Bike also came with extra air filter, levers, and complete top end kit, piston and gaskets.

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