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About yzbuff285

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  1. What mountain range is this that your pics are from?
  2. Ha ha!!! I never noticed that. Next time I'll 12 o'clock it over that jump and it'll look like I'm riding a wheelin on the roof. Brap!
  3. Bro, you're just jealous!
  4. Check it! http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=4066677 http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=4066676 http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=4066679
  5. This is my basement work space with the '04 YZ 450. Check it out. http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=4066678 http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=4066679 http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=4066676 http://www.putfile.com/pic.php?img=4066674 in action.
  6. Thank you Dr. Mark!! The website has everything I need and I'm looking forward strengthening the shoulder once much of the pain subsides.
  7. Hello Dr. Mark, I would imagine you are familiar will a separated ac of the shoulder. What do you recommend for a speedy recovery and keeping full range of motion with the shoulder?
  8. BUY IT! Thats a good deal and it's a great bike. I just bought an '04 YZ450F for $3,000, but had a lot of hours on it. I had to replace the rear sprocket, clutch and soon after the top end. Now it's like new again. Luckily, all the work was easy and not too costly. Only $350.
  9. Here's your solution: First: Get ASV 5 year guaranteed "not to break" levers. Second: Remember it's a dirtbike and stop whining about scratches. Sure, you want your ride to look good, but you also want it to look like you actually ride it.
  10. Anyone know of a place I can get a good helmet for a great price? Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
  11. Yeah Lemay427 and I just put a new top end in and it wasn't bad at all. The only problem I had was when I was taking a circlip out, (the small clip that holds the piston on the rod and the rod bearing in) I slipped off and cut my right index finger across the knuckle deeply on the sharp bottom edge of the piston and had to get stitches. I always seem to hurt myself whether it be working on the bike or riding it. Be sure to use the proper tool to remove your circlips or you might need stitches. haha Do it yourself and it's only around $165-175 for a piston, rings, and gasket kit and 3-5 hours of your time the first time you do it. Check out www.motosport.com or the thumpertalk store for a good price.
  12. Go to motosport.com and get the sixsixone thin mx socks that are up to mid thigh in length. Best socks out there. They also have thick ones for the colder weather. They come in black, blue and red.
  13. Anyone know if you can run Shell Rotella 15W-40 in a 450f? Costco has 24 quarts for $47.