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Does anyone know if a "Y" radiator hose kit is made for the KLX 450? It appears one is made (pro circuit and CV4) for the KX 450F but I am not sure if it would work. Your help is appreciated.

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A side question about the Y hoses, are they worth the extra money of the regular hose? the upgraded CV4 hoses are silicone, so I understand they're more heat tolerant and a better, less prone to fail material, but are the Y kits worth the money? the regular hoses are like $80 more.

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Used to be they were made of plastic that would melt under extreme conditions. Not sure about ours. The Y kit eliminates that possibility.

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I agree on the Y hose kit,,but where do you get them for the KLX 450?

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You would notice or feel no peformance gain at all with the Y hose kit. It just looks cool. That is the only reason I did.

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You would notice or feel no peformance gain at all with the Y hose kit. It just looks cool. That is the only reason I did.

The thing I hear most from customers is the benefits of ease of disassembly using the Y kit.

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I have the AIS rad hose kit for a kx 450f and only had to trim a small amount of hose on one of the big hoses, been on mine for about 1 yr now and have had no problems, cost $35.00 on ebay,

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I always wondered about the quality on those ebay kits. for under $40 seems like you can't go wrong, but I tell you what, I sure wouldn't want a radiator hose failing on my while out on the trail or something.

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The y-hoses are great. Expensive but I highly recommend them. One big plus is removal... they slide right off, no tugging on the radiators nipple. DSC02325.jpg

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