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Lets see the YZ's..two stroke only please! pictures only, please

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Eveyone post pics of your YZ any kind, old or new, big or small, lets see em' all!

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Ok, old one first, then new one! :thumbsup:

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And one of my 19yr old son with the 450 and me with the 250! He's the one is red, i'm in blue :lame:

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heres mine, fmf factory fatty, fmf shorty, devol skid plate, boysen clutch cover, ufo frame guards, trail tech linx computer, pro taper bars, 1 1/8 bar mounts, dunlop 952's, n-style numbers.

new pics (with out factory fatty bc of a crash)

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heres some old pictures with factory fatty

http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g46/Mike04yz125/0620062038.jpg

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I wish it still looked this clean!!! I guess thats what hapens when its not a shelf queen...

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Looks like this now - Not bad i guess

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after a race.

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Best pic on here :thumbsup: Thats alllllmost how my bike looks right now, I should go clean it.

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About $2500 in mods.

Here's all the parts used before I forget:

Topar Racing front dics guard

Ride Engineering front wheel spacers

Acerbis black plastic (all)

Clarke 3.1 tank

Tag top triple clamp and bars

Scott hand guards

Works Connection radiator guards

Works Connection frame guards

Factory FX graphics

Phathead head w/2 steps higher compression dome

Wiesco flat top piston

SFB Racing ignition and clutch cover

Steahly 9 oz. flywheel weight

V-Force 3 reed valve

FMF pipe

FMF quiet silencer w/sa

Factory FX gripper seat cover, black

Utah Sport Cycle skid plate

Pro Moto Billet kickstand

Topar Racing countershaft sprocket guard

Ironman rear sprocket (52 teeth, up 2 from stock)

Scotts rear disc guard

Ride engineering rear axle blocks

Works connection rear master cylinder guard

We will ride it for the first time in two weeks. Then onto jetting it!

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