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zane5219

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About zane5219

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    Washington
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    riding my 97 xr 400, when i have time!
  1. zane5219

    XR 400 numbers

    who knows what horsepower these put out? Torque?
  2. zane5219

    450 HP Numbers

    what's the diff in power between a 400 and 426 and 450?
  3. zane5219

    help street legal in washington?

    i had an xr 400 i was going to street legal here in WA and i spoke to a very friendly lady at the dol. she basically said that you need to take it through the state patrol inspections before being able to license it for street use. also that it must be 100% ready for street use. IE - DOT tires, turn signals, horn, etc. I knew i would need all that, but i changed my mind. good luck!
  4. zane5219

    450 HP Numbers

    stock is 58 hp @ 9000 rpm, according to the factory specs...
  5. zane5219

    450 HP Numbers

    stock is 58 hp @ 9000 rpm, according to the factory specs...
  6. zane5219

    Anyone else got a YZ400??

    maybe you guys can help me, i have the chance to buy a 98 yz 400 or a 00 426. what are the main differences?
  7. zane5219

    Anyone else got a YZ400??

    maybe you guys can help me, i have the chance to buy a 98 yz 400 or a 00 426. what are the main differences?
  8. i've been searching all over the internet and have come close, but not exact. i would like to directly compare the specs of a 98 YZ 400 f and a 2000 YZ 426 F. Can anyone direct me to a site or have the specs themselves? Thanks!
  9. i've been searching all over the internet and have come close, but not exact. i would like to directly compare the specs of a 98 YZ 400 f and a 2000 YZ 426 F. Can anyone direct me to a site or have the specs themselves? Thanks!
  10. am feeling the need to go faster and the xr is great but just doesn't have enough top end for me. the xr's are basically bullet proof and have owned then exclusivley since i was 5. how "bulletproof" are the crf's (and possibly the yzf's)?
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