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    Buttonwillow

    I will be there.... it's my first race... first time I will be able to ride the CRF450 on the pavement and first time with 17" wheels on it too. Have no idea about gearing but I put on 14(stock was 13) front and 47 (48 or 50 stock) rear. Someone told me you can get over 100MPH on the straight. I don't even have a number assigned yet. Peter
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    Check this out

    You mention a 4.5"x17" rear Rim. Did you mean 4.25"? I looked for a 4.5" rear rim from Excel but was under the impression they just made a 4.25". Reason I ask is I just bought a set of 3.5"X17 and 4.25"x17 rims and am curious what other widths for the rear are available. thanks Peter Peter
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    Lowering a CRF450

    I just bought a used 2002 CRF450 after seeing a SuperMotard race. I already bought a set of Excel rims (3.5"x17 front and 4.25"x17 rear). Now I would like to lower the bike in order to make it better for the street/race setup. The race bikes I saw looked like they were lowered about 4"~6". Does anyone have any recommendations on spring rates or shop to do this? Is it something you did yourself or did you send out the forks/shock to a specific fork revalver? How much did it cost? I'm having trouble finding info on setting up the CRF for SuperMotard racing and can use some help. Thanks Peter
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    Lowering a Motarded CRF-450

    I just bought a used 2002 CRF450 after seeing a SuperMotard race. I already bought a set of Excel rims (3.5"x17 front and 4.25"x17 rear). Now I would like to lower the bike ~5" in order to make it better for the street/race setup. Has anyone done this? Have they done it themself or sent out the forks/shock to a specific fork revalver? How much did it cost? I'm having trouble finding info on setting up the CRF for SuperMotard racing and can use some help. Thanks Peter
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