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yz250337

slip on for 2010 yz450f

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i got a new yz450f last weekend and took her out for a spin i honestly do not know how i beat people who where riding these bikes on my yz250 2stroke this bike handles better, turns better and is way faster but best for me is im more confident on it but my main question is does a slip on really help the pull on the bike i mean coming from my 250 this bike allready feels like it pulls forever but is there such thing as too much of a good thing ? ps i love my new bike

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i got a new yz450f last weekend and took her out for a spin i honestly do not know how i beat people who where riding these bikes on my yz250 2stroke this bike handles better, turns better and is way faster but best for me is im more confident on it but my main question is does a slip on really help the pull on the bike i mean coming from my 250 this bike allready feels like it pulls forever but is there such thing as too much of a good thing ? ps i love my new bike

It depends on what you mean by "pull" . . . stock it has more pull low-to-midrange, signs off early though.

with slip on, it slightly softens the low end pull (not much though), and adds more high RPM pull.

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ya thats what i mean about pull like running the gears longer but it keeps pulling on ya

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