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  1. You can get an X-Ring "Narrow" chain that does not require a spacer or anything else. DID makes an excellent one
  2. No, the '04 will not fit unless you weld a mount to the sub frame. FMF for the '02 are shite. I got rid of the FMF for my '02 and replaced it with an MRD. The FMF was 98% as loud as the MRD I never had the stock exhaust for my '02 so I cannot speak to that. I do know the stock exhaust for my '17 is much louder then the Yosh I have on it now Check ebay you may get lucky and find a stock exhaust cheap. I doubt any other option will make much difference. OR Unless you have legal noise implications where you ride I would put some ear plugs in, listen to music, whatever.
  3. The 02 stock cam is a great cam Find a complete 05 ignition on ebay (flywheel, stator, wire harness, cdi) Install an 04 airbox with an 08 airboot Professor RedBeard450 AP Mod https://www.crfsonly.com/howto/ap-mod/professor-redbeard450-ap-mod-how-to-guide.php
  4. I would buy a brand new head from http://www.bigborethumpers.com/newheads.html I don't think you will find a cheaper solution
  5. You need part #3 https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/honda/motorcycle/2014/crf450r-ac-crf450r/right-crankcase-cover-water-pump
  6. Remember I had put a 2011 front fender on it? And my ordinal statement was wrong. They are good looking bikes. I think I just miss mine ?
  7. Looks great. Yes they should have used a cleaner subject. Lets face it, the 08 is an awesome MX'r but it is ugly as hell in stock form. The front fender was just wrong....And that stock muffler? Nuff said
  8. In your first picture you have it pointing the right way
  9. BE SURE to install the seals in the correct direction or they will leak. Look at the post above that shows the direction they have to be installed in. Also, rub a really thin layer of grease in the seals so that when you first fire the bike and the seals are dry they will not be compromised by the dry shaft.
  10. Apparently not. According to this dealerships parts catalog Honda no longer makes that part. http://shop.hbhonda.com/fiche_section_detail.asp?section=418603&category=Motorcycles&make=Honda&year=2007&fveh=12893 https://www.partzilla.com/catalog/honda/motorcycle/2007/crf450r-a/camshaft-valve
  11. You have what is considered by many to be the best MX'er of all time. Those tiny cracks in the rims will not hurt anything. I rode my '02 on MX tracks with small cracks in the rims for a couple years, your just trail riding. Ride it and don't worry about it. That shaft seal/s is an easy inexpensive fix as is your leaking fork. How much did you pick this '08 up for?
  12. Yes they need to be addressed. .008" is way out of spec. You really need them to be at .005" - .006"
  13. That's an '03?? looks much newer then that. Looks like a very capable beast!!
  14. I didn't get hit hard, and he has helped me out many times so I feel OK with it. I would have loved to have kept it but it was only going to sit there. It has a good home now and that means a lot to me.
  15. My comment was directed at the OP. BTW I sold the '08. Took a loss on it but it was doing nothing but sitting and I really needed to start making more room. My buddy I ride with bought it and he is over the moon with it.
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