I let one of my inexperienced friends ride my WR today and took him up a hill that ultimately was a little much for him. Anyway, he tweaked my right radiator pretty good. I pulled it off and straightened it and my GYTR radiator brace out fairly well. I got the radiator and brace to bolt up, as well as the two screws that connect the radiator shroud to the radiator. The screw that connects the shroud to the frame and tank are just too far off for 1 person to apply pressure and screw them in. I would have tried more, but somehow I lost the inner metal collar that goes in the shroud where it connects to the tank.... so I called it quits. Anyway, I have decided I'm not going to deal with plastics and a radiator that is that far off and don't feel doing more tweaking on the radiator is going to help. Has anyone tried one of the Chinese radiators http://www.ebay.com/itm/R-S-32MM-aluminum-alloy-radiator-yamaha-WR450F-WR-450F-WRF450-2012-2013-/111197358925?pt=Motorcycles_Parts_Accessories&hash=item19e3e10b4d&vxp=mtr and if so, have you got any radiator braces to fit on it? I have been using the GYTR braces from like day one, and I have already had to replace my Left radiator and now my right. The OEM right radiator is like $250. I'm also wondering if I'm better just not using braces if they don't fit on the Chinese ones, and just buy new ones whenever they bust. It's not like I'm dumping my bike all the time, and this is probably it for letting any friends ride it.