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I just want to hear about everyones 450s. Mods, how you ride, where you ride, how you like it and stuff like that. Im all ears!!:smirk:

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Mods:

JE Piston

KimbleWhite Valves

Rekluse Clutch

Two Brothers Slip-On Exhaust

Pro Taper Fat Bars

I ride pretty relaxed and hard. Havent rode in about 4 years cause of military and starting a family so I cant ride all out like I used to. Just PCS'd to Idaho last month so im still looking for good places to ride. So far there are the sand pits right off base but I heard that Silver City is a good place to ride even tho its a ghost town.

So far the bike is a blast to ride but id like to go back to a regular clutch and go with a pro circuit exhaust. For now i got to get a subframe cause I snapped it last week.:smirk:

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Heavy flywheel, Revloc dyna-ring. Ride the local trails, Wellsville, Western Reserve MC, thinking about Bullion, Pa. I have a '08 crf450r.:smirk:

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2006 450R

Mods:

PC TI 4 pipe

Hot Cams stage 2

RHC coated stainless valves

ASV levers

DNA wheels and hubs

I pretty much just trail bomb my bike I'm not in shape enough to go to the track so I keep it in the woods.

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mods:

rekluse cheater clutch

custom gouged and scratched plastics

smashed up skid plate

fat guy suspension

dinged and scratched up wheels

my riding style resembles a rhinocerus in the desert. it ain't pretty.

...but i have a great time :smirk:

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mods:

rekluse cheater clutch

custom gouged and scratched plastics

smashed up skid plate

fat guy suspension

dinged and scratched up wheels

my riding style resembles a rhinocerus in the desert. it ain't pretty.

...but i have a great time :smirk:

i like that hahahaha:smirk:

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2006 450R

Mods:

PC TI 4 pipe

Hot Cams stage 2

RHC coated stainless valves

ASV levers

DNA wheels and hubs

I pretty much just trail bomb my bike I'm not in shape enough to go to the track so I keep it in the woods.

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that bike looks brand new, nice!

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Thans I keep it clean with simplegreen and wd-40 and a red scotchbrite. It has at least 150hrs on it. I put a new top end in it last year along with the cam.

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I have an 08. The only performance mods are the Pro Circuit modded forks and shock off Wil Hahn's 07 CRF. The only other non-stock parts are a DID 520VT2 chain with Ironman/MSR sprockets, Sunline footpegs, taller Renthal RC High handlebars and a 756 front tire. The engine and exhaust are stock. It's got over 100 hours on it and the valve cover has never been off of it.

I ride mx tracks exclusively. Vet A racer.

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06 CRF 450R

Mods:

Hot cams stage 2

Kibblewhite SS Valves

White bros slip on

warp 9 wheels

Rekluse Z Start Pro

Braking rear caliper

Cycra CRM handguards

DID O-Ring chain

On a UPS truck to be installed this weekend:

Trail-Tech flywheel weight and puller

new One plastics, seat cover, graphics

I ride only trails so far, maybe some day I will venture out to a track. I mostly ride track days on my ZX-10R or trails on the CRF, I prefer to keep it on the ground cause I am a wuss.

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Bone stock 08 CRF450R- dialed in suspension and jetting and better than any other CRF here- IMHO

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anyone ride La Grange ca ? used to ride there as a kid , then a couple yrs ago started going again , you just can't beat it , bigginer track ,novice track, itermediate track , and big pro track , trails , i love it gets dry and dusty in the summer though ,only 5.00 truckload no rangers up your ass , and i get to ride my 2t yr around , its my disneyland 1hr away

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'04 450:

motor was rebuilt over the winter,

hot rods crank,

oem bearings, seals, gaskets,

wiseco piston,

kibblewhite SS intake valves,

HMF exhaust pipe

i thought it was fast last year when i bought it used...after riding with the fresh motor it's got me thinking i shoulda bought a 250!

I really enjoy it, couldn't ask for more!

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09 450r

recluse exp

+13oz flywheel weight

hydraulic clutch

remap by Eddie

lowering link on rear

g-2 throttle cam.

fmf silencer

I ride mx, fast trails and woods.

Best handling bike I've ever been on.

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2002 CRF 450R:

2005 450R wire harness

2005 450R CDI box

Twin Air filter x2

Yosh RS-3 exhaust

Renthal Twinwall CR High

Renthal sprockets/DID chain

Applied Racing clamps top/bottom

2004 450R front number plate

2004 450R front fender

I ride Northern California Hare Scrambles, Motocross and Hillclimbs

Pics in my garage :smirk:

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09

Ex-Pro's bike so had to freshen up:

Wiseco Piston, Stock Comp.

Valves still perfect

Suspension done

Dr. D Pipe

Remap

Xring chain, Ironman spkts

Rekluse EXP2

The bike is a 56 HP scalpel; it is better than I will ever be! It turns, sucks up the whoops, turns, crisp & Fast, and oh did I mention it turns?

Slowing Vet Pro/+40A MX'er

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08 with 69h on it.

Stock apart from:

FMF Factory 4.1 slip-on

DID VT2 chain

Suspension modded

I ride only MX at speed which would probably equal to B-level in the US. The bike handles very well on track, especially after the suspension got dialed, and the slip-on gave the bike a nice little boost on the bottom end power/torque.

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