I am fortunate with a double door walkout basement to keep my baby in one of my spare basement rooms when it is cold, or I want to do some wrenching. I rolled it out of the room for the pictures. To answer the question on the fender above. I am not sure this is a YZ fender. Is their a way I can tell? I will look for you if you tell me what to look for? I purchased the bike new, and purchased the Q4 pipe, AIS removal, skid plate, Accerbis hand guards, and the baja-kit at the same time. They did all the free mods, greasing, new air intake setup, JD jetting, and installation for $350; which was a good deal considering I got the bike for over a grand under asking price. She roared out of the dealer. The dealer had a WR250 on the show-room floor with the baja kit and this signal placement. Frankly, I do not really like where the rear turn signals are placed, but if they went to the rear, they would have melted with the Q4 exhaust blowing on it (I saw I bike it a prior post that had a flasher in front of the exhaust). After riding this bike and laying it down several times performing (or attempting) various feats, I have come to really like the placement of the rear blinkers. They have never bent, or been touched. I have layed this bike down at least a couple dozen times (most of the time going up or down rocky hills). Now that I say all this, I will probably break one next time I go down (knock on wood!). I installed the Unabiker radiator guards and the IronMan sprockets. The radiator guards have saved me many times in the rocks. I will bring her back into the basement this winter and grease her up. I am thinking of installing a zipty and accelerator pump for the heck of it. Don't know why because it runs perfect, so I may not, just a thought. But I like the thought of adjustment in case I go somewhere well below my current elevation.