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thats nasty :D hahaha just kidding thats one sick ride is it all painted into the plastics or onto a sticker then applied?

it's a complete kit from xgxracing, i powder coated and anodized everything else

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you did it yourself? well i give you props for that, very clean ride. hope i dont see you coming up on my ass anytime soon! :D

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you did it yourself? well i give you props for that, very clean ride. hope i dont see you coming up on my ass anytime soon! :worthy:

haha, yes i did everything my self she also has high comp piston, new crank and rod new bearings in swing arm link age steering wheel bearings.

but now i want to go get a 09 450r :D

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good lookin bike!

I have one similar.

My 08 L/E 450

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very nice how is that black holding up on the left cover? powder coat or anodized?

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Man that anodizing is sweet! Way to much time and money for me but if you put the white david bailey kit or HH kit that thing would look soooooo badazz:banana: :D:worthy::ride:

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That's Awesome

I would put some kind of clear grip tape or something on the frame where your knees rub.

Wouldn't want to rub that great paint job off.

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very nice how is that black holding up on the left cover? powder coat or anodized?

It's the Factory Powder Coat, we've had it a year this month and it's starting to show signs of fade in the coat on the side cases. May send it off and have it redone. It now has a D.I.D gold chain and black sprocket that really makes a difference in appearance.

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Damn your forks are up high in the clamps!!

It actually helps. I didn't notice he did it too until you said something. I did it to mine too back in the winter (before the pics) and it makes a big difference in the holeshots. I only weigh about 155lbs and have to get way up on the tank. Putting the forks up high like that help keep the front end down. It's a cheap (free) holeshot mod. Heinracing will probly agree.

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It actually helps. I didn't notice he did it too until you said something. I did it to mine too back in the winter (before the pics) and it makes a big difference in the holeshots. I only weigh about 155lbs and have to get way up on the tank. Putting the forks up high like that help keep the front end down. It's a cheap (free) holeshot mod. Heinracing will probly agree.

well actually i did it for cornering because the bike has so much torque that there is no front end weight, raise forks more pressure on front tire, and im a shorter guy 5'9

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and nice once again, putting a high comp piston in my bike this spring too...and i am that kid on face book with the dirty crf250 with # 242 as my profile pic

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and nice once again, putting a high comp piston in my bike this spring too...and i am that kid on face book with the dirty crf250 with # 242 as my profile pic

haha i know who you are:thumbsup: ya i love the high comp piston the 450 has so much power to start with then i added little more :D

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