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Hi, well I just bought a YZ 250 2017 that I will be converting to a XC-bike(the X is not avalible in Sweden). Does anyone have the OEM stacks for the YZ? I will tear it down an measure everything, but it would be nice to have them in advance so I can start planning.

 

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I've got the 2015 stacks. I also live in Swedenif u like I'll hook u up when I'll get home tonight. I also have modified stacks for both mx and Enduro.

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This is the euro stacks for the `15 bike.

 

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32  0.12   x 15

30  0.12

28  0.12 

26  0.12

24  0.12

22  0.12

20  0.12

18  0.12

16  0.12

15  0.30 x 2

20  1.6 plate

15  0.30 x 2

11  0.3

14  0.12 

16  0.12

18  0.12

20  0.12

22  0.12 x 2

 

Mid

11. 0.2

13 0.15

14 0.12

16 0.12

18 0.12

13 0,1

20  0.1 x  3

Piston

20  0.12 x 4   

18  0.12

16  0.12

14  0.12

11  0.3 x 2

17  0.3 x 2  

 

 

 

Shock

Reb

 

nut

26  0.4b

23  0.3

24 0.3

26  0.3

28  0.3

30  0.3

32  0.3

34  0.3

36  0.25

25  0.12

36  0.15 x 9

 

Piston

40  0.2  x  10

34  0.12

29  0.12

38  0.2

36  0.2

34  0.2

32  0.2

30  0.2 

28  0.2

26  0.2

24  0.2

22  0.2 

21  0.2 b

 

Edited by MxGringo

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Thanks for the stacks!

Can anyone confirm there hasnt been any changes since 15 for the YZ250?

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Can anyone help me out with some stacks for a C/B grade MX rider 189cm and 75kg's, its not that I'm to tight to have it done by a tech I am a mechanic and i like to play with this sort of stuff and learn.

My shock was getting hot and pretty much seizing while racing or blowing through the stroke has anyone ever had this? goes back to normal once cool anyone ever had this>? Anyway so i decided i would give it a re-valve and rebuild, looking at it i cant see a problem......

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That's normally the piston band , i think people drill a hole in the piston band to relieve pressure behind it

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