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CRF450 race version 2011

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This is my CRF450 for 2011...:smirk:

3,5 kg less... lower gravity center...:prof:

But I don't know how to post the pics...:smirk:

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great graphics by Arc Design Italy. :smirk:

Some $$... :lol:

I lowered the radiators of 2 cm

I've changed triple clamps, exhaust, carbon tank, many other carbon parts, titanium and ergal bolts where possible... yes, good job!

Tested new FI map and this provision of weights with a new center of gravity, KYB suspension by SM, my CRF (2009) is much more handly and easy to corner... :lol:

It seems a CR250 2T.... :smirk::banana::prof:

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how do you keep it so clean!

any tricks? or tips?

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:smirk: I wash it normally without overdoing it and then .... Honda is Honda :smirk:

All the plastics are still original (only fender and front plate Cycra), there are near 90 hours on it... :prof:

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Bike looks sick

how do you keep it so clean!

any tricks? or tips?

IDK what he uses, but I use Plexius to clean the plastics... it lightly polishes and protects plastic. It was originally developed for the aviation industry for cleaning airplanes plastic windshields to reduce glare and improve visibility. Honda sells a similar product that works well too. Power washers with a high GPM and low PSI work well to get the thick stuff off. Just be sure not to get near any seals (bearings/suspension etc.).

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not new, I've bought it for my CRF450 2007... ASV lever and ProCircuit perch, as on my previous CR250 2T models...:smirk::)

for plastics sometimes I use silicon spray products for wood...:smirk:

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Is that a CF clutch & stator cover? Or are they just overlays on top of the stock covers?

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