mxmob33

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  1. I can't imagine somebody there doing it on purpose. I've bought several bikes from Scott over there and IMO there is no other shop in Norcal that comes close to them as far as no bullshit, best out the door prices. As suggested, I'd take the reciept back and clear up the misunderstanding.
  2. Amen Brother. Ignorance is bliss. When I was a lad, I got more ass than a toilet seat. It's not all it's cracked up to be. Of course, it's easy for me to say that now :-)
  3. Probably keeping your legs too stiff.
  4. You'll lose your breaking edge by flipping it, so I guess it depends on how much that matters to you.
  5. Most importantly, try to relax when jumping. Being stiff, nervous or unsure are the worst ways to hit a jump. If you have a good idea of how fast you need to go off a particular jump (watch other riders), then just stay centered on the bike and throttle all the way up the face.. you'll be fine.
  6. I have about 50 hard hours on mine with no problems yet. The bike has been flawless so far.
  7. I love the white. My 98 YZ was all white like that.
  8. If you want cool tracks in that area, check out the updated AV Motoplex, I5MX, Piru or LACR. Also the new track in Cal City is a little further but worth it.
  9. Michelin S12 (M12 also works great). It will feel like velcro compared to the stock dunlop. The S12 is actually a soft-terrain knob, but performs and holds up remarkably well in hard to intermediate terrain.
  10. Click the "new thread" button at the top of the page.
  11. SDG only makes the step-seat for hondas (the Windham Seat). You know, I've been riding two stroke smokers for the last 16 years and never had a problem with sliding back on the seat until my new 450 thumper. I think it's the added power combined with the how flat the seat is on the 06 YZ450.
  12. After some more research, I'll answer my own question... Yes, GUTS racing has recently started making the step seat for Yamahas. From my limited test rides using one, they definitely help keep you up on the seat accelerating out of corners.
  13. Does anyone make the Windham style step seat for the YZ450F? I've ridden a few CRF450's with them and they make a noticiable difference.
  14. I plan on hitting it up next weekend. From everyone I've talked to, it's supposed to be awesome. Especially if you like jumps.
  15. Cool, thanks for the input. I have to go back north this coming weekend, but will definitely try some of those spots starting the week after.