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Sprenkel86

09 yz450 want to convert to wr450 crank for lights?

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I have an 09 yz450 i want to convert it to the wr450 crank to run lights. Will an 09 wr450 crank fit and do i need a cdi, flywheel/stator, wiring harness, and side cover from 09 wr450? Is there a reliable wr450 aftermarket stator? Also is there a lightweight flywheel for the wr?

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I have an 09 yz450 i want to convert it to the wr450 crank to run lights.
Bring money.
Will an 09 wr450 crank fit ?
Yes.
do i need a cdi, flywheel/stator, wiring harness, and side cover from 09 wr450?
Among other things, yes
Is there a reliable wr450 aftermarket stator?
Yes, Trail Tech and others make several.
Also is there a lightweight flywheel for the wr?
No, but leaving the starter drive off the back of the flywheel makes it a little lighter than it is in a WR.

Read This:

http://www.thumpertalk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=696590

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I think that if you read Gary's post thoroughly you will find he didn't see any particular drop off in performance as a result.

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Reading the title of this thread, and then "bring money", is a good statement for this job!!!! :thumbsup:

I was checking out some of trailtechs stator kits and IMO the case cover sticks way to far out the side of the bike and would break if you fell the right thing. Using WR parts is the best way

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I was checking out some of trailtechs stator kits and IMO the case cover sticks way to far out the side of the bike and would break if you fell the right thing.

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