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SICKBOY357

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    Yoshimura exhaust installed!

    Was it a noticeable difference with pipe and tuner?
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    2019 Honda CRF450L Build

    What was the need to switch right one to the 450R?
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    Shifter height

    Hammerhead makes a nice shifter with a bend that easier to get your boot under. They don't list it for the CRF450L yet, but they do list it for the CRF450X which has the same OEM part number of shift shaft so the fitment will be the same.
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    2019 Honda CRF450L Build

    I saw your youtube video on build, and it mentioned running a 450R radiator... Did you have to swap out the right side radiator?
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    Yoshimura exhaust installed!

    Have you received the attitude tuner yet?
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    Removing unnecessary CRF450L emissions stuff

    I found there was plenty of room with just removing the side panel and radiator shroud. For the canister, you have the one bolt and the rubber clamp holding it on. I left the metal bracket to give me a spot to zip tie the brake switch plug to. The intake boot is easy enough to cap with some needle nose pliers. I was able to wiggle the vent line from the gas cap right on out easily enough. And I ran the my breather down to the front of the swing arm and kept it out of the air box. So I capped two nipples on the airbox. I posted pics earlier in this thread if they help at all.
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    Vortex ECU for the 2019 Honda CRF450L!

    Do you know if his dyno run was with just top cover off, or doing the complete air box mod cutting it open? Just curious if their would be a difference in opening the air box up fully?
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    Removing unnecessary CRF450L emissions stuff

    The catch tank is an oil vapor separator off the breather. I believe its basically catching what little oil may spit out of the breather and redirecting the vapors to the airbox. When removed, I've seen guys either run the breather directly to the airbox, or do like I did and reroute it down to the front of the swing arm. Pretty much ran the same way as the non-street legal bikes are ran.
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    2019 Honda CRF450L Build

    Thanks for the update. I have some parts on order and when they show, I'll be doing this mod. I'm hoping the 450R radiator hose kit will fit after all this because everything is pretty much in the same location at that point. Looking forward to see how yours turns out! And nice mod on the air box!
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    anybody weigh the stock muffler and swingarm?

    I weighed the stock muffler and got 13.6lbs. with SA. I weighed the SA separately and got 1.6lbs.
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    Removing unnecessary CRF450L emissions stuff

    If you do a little research online, it's not hard to find what equipment is required. The charcoal canister is required by law on street legal motorcycles for a fully sealed fuel system that doesn't vent directly to atmosphere.
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    Removing unnecessary CRF450L emissions stuff

    What part of required by EPA, DOT do you not understand. It is federally required to have the equipment on from the factory! Does not mean it can't be taken off and tuned! Even if the bike meet standards, they are still federally required to put this stuff on.
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    Removing unnecessary CRF450L emissions stuff

    The extra equipment is required by EPA, DOT ect. They are required to run this extra equipment as well as meet emissions requirements. It is 100% possible to pull this equipment off, make the bike breath better and tune to meet or exceed factory emissions. I used to work for a shop in Arizona where motorcycles are required to pass a smog test, and I'd tune/detune 5-10 bikes daily to meet emission specs. Harley Davidson motorcycles are a great example. You have a California compliant model that has a charcoal canister, and a "N" grind cam which is a more mild cam and other 48 state Harleys don't come with any of this equipment. I could get 48 state Harleys with stage 3 and tuner to run cleaner easier then a California compliant model. I still have my emissions test equipment, I will take a base line reading on a stock CRF450L, and one after I am finished ripping all emissions equipment, and install pipe/air cleaner mod and tuner and take a final reading. Tuning for emissions isn't always the best tune for performance, but it is definitely possible to meet or exceed factory emissions.
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    2019 Honda CRF450L Build

    Sorry to keep asking questions buddy, just super excited about this mod! Majorly cleans things up and adds a ton off clearance for header. I just got a few more questions... You didn't happen to take note of the depth you drilled for ECT sensor? Was thinking of using a stop collar to ensure not to go to far. And how thick was your aluminum for the block off and adapter? And last, did the header pipe fit after all this or did it need any mods to clearance it? Thanks for all the info on this one!
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    2019 Honda CRF450L Build

    Was it difficult to collect all the shavings w/o them going inside? Thanks for all the info!
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