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Pics of your 06-09 yzf 450

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New guy here. Just picked up a 2008. White plastics and white GYTR flow graphics are on the way.

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Nice bike.....but the Yota's in the background look awesome :banghead:

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Plastics and seat cover are on. Just waiting on the GYTR graphics.

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Plastics and seat cover are on. Just waiting on the GYTR graphics.

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Holy crap i love your truck man! and the bike of course. :banghead:

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alot of good looking bikes here. :thumbsup:

im just getting started on mine. my boy seems to like it though :blink:

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My 09 YZ450F. Next on the mods list in order of importance: suspension, chain and sprockets, steering damper, frame and swingarm powdercoated black, wheels, bling.

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