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does anybody know the stock stacks Yamaha YZF 450 2009 EU.

I see 0,15 shims in the base and lots of float in the mid.?

Thanks!

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32-0.11*15

28-0.11*1

30-0.15*1

28-0.15*1

26-0.15*1

24-0.15*1

22-0.15*1

20-0.15*1

18-0.20*1

plate

11-0.25*2

mid

20-0.11*4

17-0.11*3

11-0.25*2

17-0.30*2

5.3 mm

8-0.15*1

reb

20-0.11*4

13-0.11*1

18-0.11*1

16-0.11*1

14-0.11*1

12-0.15*1

10-0.25*1

Spring (N/mm) 4.6 N

Oil Level (cc) 340

Rebound Adjust. 10

Compression Adjust. 10

Pressure spring 20 N / 95mm

com

40-0.20*6

36-0.15*1

30-0.15*1

40-0.30*1

38-0.30*1

36-0.30*1

34-0.30*1

32-0.30*1

30-0.25*1

28-0.25*1

26-0.30*1

24-0.30*1

reb

36-0.15*12

28-0.11*1

36-0.20*1

34-0.25*1

32-0.25*1

30-0.25*1

28-0.25*1

26-0.30*1

24-0.30*1

Spring (N/mm) 54 N

Rebound Adjust. 8

Comp High Speed (turns) 1-1/2

Comp Low Speed 9

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wow that's some beefy comp base valve , surprised riders don't say its harsh

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Thanks Jusa :confused:

Great Info.

my buddy realy like the stock fork and will have the same on his 2009 yzf 250.

looks very uncommon .

stiff 2 stage base, o.5mm float, no bleed stack and low oil ..:thumbsup:

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looks very close to what i am running in my 10 rmz but with 0.35mm of lift.

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