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After another YZ rider's endorsement today I've decided I'm definately getting a flywheel weight for mine to tame it down in the woods. Where should I go on-line to look for one? I've heard there is more than one aftermarket supplier and also that a WR flywheel can be used. Give me some input all you YZer's.

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I went with the 12oz on both bikes and you can lug it down real far without it stalling.

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Another vote for 12 oz steahly for the same reason as MX Cowboy-- pop the old one off & pop the new one on 😢

Then when you are ready to make the almost perfect dirt bike perfect put a rekluse auto clutch on it! 😢

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Anyone know who makes the heaviest flywheel weight? I will probably flattrack my 450 this summer(even with my new shifter kart purchase).

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Why is it better to use the complete Steahly flywheel vs. the Ty Davis drill and tap kit? I saw both for the 426 on their website.

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i would say the one piece would definately be balanced perfectly while the bolt on may be a crap shoot,also thats one less thing to go wrong if the bolt on ever came undone it could be bad. i don't think the price is that much different for the whole piece i think i paid $150 for the last one. 😢

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when i took the starter gear off it was spooling up way too fast with the rekluse and i needed to replace the weight i took off the only one offered for the 04 wr450 is 6 and 8 i went 8, but in your case i'd go +12oz,with 13/50 gearing. chucks stuff is great quality and worth whatever it costs. rocky mtn. carries it for $180 😢

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I just ordered one for my 05 and it was 149 + shipping. I got the Stealthy +10oz full flywheel. It was $50 more than the drill and tap model. For that extra piece of mind I'll pay the $50. I can't wait to ride it this spring.

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The 8oz weld on has just as much effect as the 12oz whole (non-welded)flywheel

becasue the weight is closer to the outside

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Thanks Bob, did you go with the 12oz? BTW, they're up to $200 now.

I have a complete 12oz steahly for sale. One year old No need for it after the z-start install

PM if you are interested

Dan

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I have a complete 12oz steahly for sale. One year old No need for it after the z-start install

PM if you are interested

Dan

Yeah, I'm interested....Pm'd you yesterday 😢

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I have a 03 yz 450F and all I do is trail ride and I am gonna buy a Reklouse z-start auto clutch

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goosedog:

I have an 01 YZ-426. Last year I installed the 12oz. stealthy and just love the difference.

*Gone in the stalling when on the tight trails. 😢

*Gone is the hard hit. 😢

*Gone is the excess wheel spin. 😢

I now have a bike that likes the trails as much as I do. 😢

I also put on a rear sprocket with three more teeth. And I did the 450 exhaust cam mod as well.

Boyd

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