Most of you will be very surprised (and proud) of your bike when you read this article. To sum it up, pretty much the only works parts on Grant's bike are for personal preferrence and custom style. He even uses the stock 48mm forks, but obviously revalved. he says he didn't like the bigger works forks because they did not allow the front end to flex enough. And get this! Grant has obviously tested every offset clamp there is and he likes to run the stock 25mm offset! The next thing, is that they provide 5 tips which Grant uses to help his bike turn flawlessly, ALL OF WHICH us guys in the yami forum have been doing already! The only works performance part that Grant has on his bike is the shock. MXA says they see why Grant won that title, he wasn't tired at the end of the motos because his bike is so easy to ride, something all of us already know the new YZF is! I know to some of you, you may be thinking "so what". But over the last few months many of us have said that Grant's bike is nothing like the one we have on the showroom floors, but MXA has finally cleared this up. Even i am surprised to see that all Grant's bike is, is a customized race bike with barely anything that we can't go out and buy ourselves. If you ask me, Yamaha has got theirsleves the perfect salesman, the guy just loves the bike mostly the way it is. One thing to note, which i have not seen many of us recommend on here for better turning (i do find it odd but...) is that Grant runs his rear wheel as far back as possible which they claim puts more weight on the front wheel. While i do know that a shorter bike will turn around faster, this seemed to help Grant. Details on the motor: typical internal motor mods that any engine builder can do, white brothers exhaust pipe with stepped header (they claim one will be available to the public soon). Keihin carb bored out to 41mm. The tranmission gear ratios are all stock and Grant runs 50 or 51 tooth sprocket depending on the track (stock is 49) That pretty much sums it up, feel free to ask if they said anything else you were curious about and i'll post up.