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Found 23 results

  1. 3 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION These GYTR® radiator cages offer another level of protection against serious radiator damage. Full cage with rod design. Lightweight yet sturdy constructed with stamped 3.2 mm aluminum to provide strength and protection in the event of side impacts. No modifications necessary. Installs in minutes; easy-to-install design means radiator removal is not required. DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS Enhanced longevity is possible because the radiator braces aren't solidly mounted to the frame, unlike other products that can transfer vibration to the radiators.
  2. 3 reviews

    Replaces stock exhaust tip which improves performance but retains low dB sound. It is stealthy. Good interim option until an FMF can be put on. ITEM SPECIFICATION Condition: New Manufacturer Part Number: 1DX-E47A0-V0-00 1DX-E47A0-V1-00 Part Brand: Yamaha/FMF Warranty: Yes Country of Manufacture: United States
  3. 4 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Constructed of lightweight 2.5mm stamped aluminum with rolled edges and a structural rib that runs along the side of the brace, they deliver an optimized strength-to-weight ratio while limiting radiator damage that can occur from a side impact. Braces do not restrict airflow to radiator or increase overheating. This design also provides protection from peel back. Easy-to-install design means there are no loose spacers, no trimming of plastics, and no radiator removal to install. GYTR rad braces. Excellent protection especially from side impact. No impairment of air flow. Simple to install. Perfect fit with no trimming needed.
  4. 17 reviews

    GENERAL INFORMATION Programmable ECU replacing stock vastly improving performance. Throttle stop screw allows throttle to open fully which the stock one does not. Just a little black box and a screw is all it takes. Gets rid of the 1/3-throttle stumble of the stock ECU. Allows nearly limitless tuning with the GYTR Power Tuner.
  5. 1 comment

    Great motor and great suspension. The bike handles a bit different than anything else I've ridden, which I attribute to Yamaha's centralization of mass. From my experience, this bike's ability to corner and not hop out of ruts is heavily dependent on your body position on the bike. Overall, I love this thing.
  6. 0 comments

    Love this bike, I wish it was lighter tho. Need to tweak the forks a bit, they're stuff as shit. I recommend getting the gytr compitition kit and a tuner.
  7. 0 comments

    I love it so far, the tranny is awesome for offroad and the Rekluse makes everything easier!The "hit" off the bottom is abrupt and is a handful in tight single track. This can be taken away through re-mapping or a after market exhaust.
  8. 1 review

    Allows the removal of the Air Induction System for lighter weight and added performance on WR models. This accessory is restricted to closed-course competition use. See California Regulations regarding Emission-Related Parts and Accessories for products for closed-course competition use only.
  9. 1 review

    DESCRIPTION The GYTR Ported Cylinder Head Assembly comes fully assembled and ready to install with no costly core changes or deposits or exchange programs that can add downtime. CNC milling ensures that every head is ported to the maximized design eliminating variances that hand porting can produce. Developed on the flow bench in conjunction with dyno and track testing to ensure the ultimate in performance and durability. Includes GYTR® Performance Camshaft Kit. Also includes stock valve train and cam gears for durability and easy maintenance. GYTR® Head Assemblies are used by Yamaha SX / MX / GNCC®, and ATV race teams. For maximum performance and protection, always use Yamalube® 15W-30 Full Synthetic Oil after installation - two quarts are included with each GYTR® Ported Cylinder Head Assembly.
  10. 8 reviews

    This easy plug-in fuel-injection and ignition tuning tool allows riders to quickly adjust the fuel and ignition maps to suit riding conditions and rider preference. Allows nine easy-to-program adjustment points for both the fuel and ignition maps. Monitor function allows user to monitor the data from various sensors on the bike as well as adjust idle timing, see engine running time, and self-diagnosis function. Powered by two AA batteries, thus no laptop or time consuming downloads necessary. Unit does not have to be plugged into bike to create maps. Compact design can fit in the palm of your hand, pocket, etc. Memory function can save up to nine custom maps. NOTE: Plugs right into the YZ®450F, YZ®450FX, YZ®250FX, and YZ®250F ECU. WR®450F and WR®250F requires GYTR® Competition Kit/ECU, sold separately.
  11. 0 comments

    I love my bike! It is customized to be a trail monster. I like that I can do whatever i like on it. fast or slow. plus it hauls my big butt around with ease
  12. 2 comments

    The last dirt bike I owned was a '98 YZ400 so I have been out to the dirt game for awhile but never stopped riding. I had street bikes still to keep me happy. Buying this one, I actually went in to see about buying a 2014 YZ250F. The salesman talked me into getting this 2013 450 at a huge discount so I jumped on it even though I was worried about power and not being used to riding in the dirt after so long of a break. Best decision I had this year as for as hobby purchases. I love it, picked up right where I lift off riding off-road. This thing has the perfect amount of power everywhere for my riding style. I did have to give it some extra umfh already a for as power adders. I started with an FMF Factory 4.1 RCT slip-on and the Yamaha GYTR Power Tuner then recently added an FMF megabomb header (neither were installed yet on the pics posted) and love it even more. For me the bike went from perfect to heaven.
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