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Is the WR a capable Jumper???

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How does the WR450 do on jumps. I won't be jumping real high but I was wondering if it was too heavy?

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You might want to play around with the clickers a bit, otherwise you will be bottoming out on some of the bigger stuff. all depends on you weight.

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It is just fine for small jumps under 10 feet of vertical air under your wheels. After that you bottom badly with woods dampening settings. :)

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Unless your one of those video air jockeys,it's a very capable jumper. :)

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40 ft. Double Jump I Made With My Own Two Hands (and a shovel of course) She can handle HUGE airs. Visit www.motoutah.com for some video of us at a motocross track here in Utah. There is a 100 ft uphill jump that I fly with my WR426 WFO in fourth gear. :)

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The WR's have great suspension. Just take the time to dial it in for your weight/riding style.

Nice pics! Haven't seen those mountains since I moved to Colorado... but at least I still have mountains to look at!

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Fantastic picks R1Superstar! The background mountains look great and so does your hang time! :)

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It will jump anything you can jump on a YZ 450. You just need to set up the suspension for what you are doing. Just be smoother with a woods set up. You will rail corners better with the woods set up anyway! ---Mike

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HOLY FRIJOLES!

What a nice track. Those jumps are so smooth and wide.

I think I just found out where I am going for vacation!

We only have 4 tracks to speak of up here in Alaska, most are whooped out, terribly rutted and are hundreds of miles away from each other.

Is that place open year round?

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