hey guy

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  1. they work great, and only took 2 days to ship to canada
  2. You obvisiously dont know much about mechanics if you are wondering if that piston is still good. Why cant you just listen to people on this forum (which have lots of experience) everyone has given you good advice. Get a new piston/cylinder and get it done right this time.
  3. I dont see it being that much more than the thor sentinal. Hopefully its under $200
  4. I just found another picture of it
  5. I saw this a few days ago and I didnt seen anything about it here. Its a prototype from Sixsixone, looks like a thor sentinal chest protector with a leatt brace attached to it. I will be getting it as soon as it comes out. http://www.transworldmotocross.com/gallery.jsp?ID=1000016848&imageNbr=26&typeID=1
  6. Are you guys using the steel or alloy primary drive sprokets?
  7. I didnt mind it, only because it was a honda
  8. Im in the same situation as you, I would also like to hear what others do.
  9. check out Mount Baker Motosports, they have a lot of gear and parts.
  10. I got a 2007 YZ450F this weekend and my buddy got a 2008. After we broke in our bikes, we switched bikes for a while, right away I noticed the lack of bottom end on the 2008. It was a huge difference, I could really feel the lack of power down low, even my buddy said the same thing. The 2008 is still a great bike, I think the pipe is just restricting it too much.
  11. nevermind, they just word it differently on the US site "Revised intake port shapes, and revised intake and exhaust cam profiles increase combustion efficiency for improved torque and throttle response in the low- to mid-rpm range."
  12. On www.yamaha-motor.ca it says that the 2008 YZ450F highlights are "New camshafts, intake tract and "shorty" muffler, revised frame and 48mm fork" Why hasn't anyone noticed the new camshafts? Is it a Canadian thing?
  13. We ride all year round here in the Vancouver area. In the winter where it rains and snows on the mountains, we stay down low, by the river banks. In the summer when the snow is gone, he head back up the mountains for some amazing riding:applause:
  14. Thanks for the help guys, ill check out the other thread.
  15. Well me and my buddy are planning on getting pit bikes, we have already decided on the SSR 125 C-3 because of our budget. First off, what do you guys think about these bikes? Is the Zongshen engine reliable? Is there anything I should look out for when I get it? Like check for loose bolts and spokes, timing... Also, what are some parts I should get that break easily or need replacing, like levers, shifters, grips, airfilters... I was also wondering how long these bikes last, can people that have this bike or similiar ones post how long they had theirs for and if they had any problems. I just want to know what I need to do so I can get the most out of my bike and so it wont break. Thanks.