Hey all, I've been lurking for a while now and never posted. Hoping someone can shed a little light for me. I'm lined up on a pretty good deal for an 06' WR450. The dealer is going to put a few mods on straight out of the box for me based largely on what I've read here (BTW, this place is great!). Anyway, here is what I'm having done... GYTR Aluminum exhaust w/spark arrestor included, steel header, and 96db quiet tip GYTR Enduro Skid plate GYTR AIS removal kit JD HiPo Jetting Kit - pre-installed jetting to following specs: 168 main, JD Red #5, 48 Pilot, 1.5 turns, 70 starter jet, #40 leak jet Zip Ty adjustable fuel screw Stock & aftermarket parts included (including all original & aftermarket jets and WR throttle stop) Included in the AIS kit (done also) was the replacement of the WR throttle stop with a YZ throttle stop screw. I'll have to remove the gray wire myself. Ride at +/-800ft. elevation and will be 60-75 initially, may have to rejet for hotter temps as summer hits. Just want to make sure I've covered the basics of uncorking this thing. I'm getting into Enduros and want to have the bike ready to go - I'll have to do a brake switch but, that is an easy fix. I guess my question is two-fold: A) Do I have the bike uncorked? Have I missed anything? I'm not sure what the powerband is going to be like. A friend of mine is concerned I'll be disappointed in the powerband because I'm riding a '00 YZ426. It is set up for trails (heavy flywheel, etc.). I'm thinking the 450 is going to be plenty snappy and grunty but, with the added benefit of the wide ratio tranny. Anyone ridden both and could give some feedback on how the bikes respond to a twist? Thanks all - appreciate any feedback!