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My next toy...

I cant wait to get it. 2010 YZ450F.

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post #2 of 627 (permalink) Old 09-09-2009, 03:12 PM
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My whole shop can't wait for one to get here!
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Nice!
I need my truck back so I can go riding

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Nice!
I need my truck back so I can go riding
Is your truck in the shop from hitting that deer?

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I need to find out if my Pro Circuit Works suspension on my 08 will fit...or if I am gonna have to shell out more bones. Maybe if Waylon would pay me....
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Is your truck in the shop from hitting that deer?
Nope, that part was fixed.
I blew the head gaskets when I went to San Antonio

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Nope, that part was fixed.
I blew the head gaskets when I went to San Antonio
Oh shit. I thought you had those high dollar ARP studs installed, or do those just help with prevent head lift?

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Oh shit. I thought you had those high dollar ARP studs installed, or do those just help with prevent head lift?
I did/do.
I think it is EGR related (which was fixed recently). My heads were fine, no warpage, so the ARP's did their job. In hindsight, I should have ordered fire-ringed heads when I ordered the head studs and just have been done with it (or kept my Dodge )

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the shock looks way different. You put showa a kit on your 08 yz? Post pics fool jesus
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Is there supposed to be a bike in that video?
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I sure hope they make a Supermoto version, like the WR250X. I'll buy one the day the come out if they do.

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the shock looks way different. You put showa a kit on your 08 yz? Post pics fool jesus
I took it off when i sold the bike. Gonna suck if it doesnt fit. Oh well, its only money.
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you dont have any pics of you riding the bike?
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Am I the only one here that finds it funny that an ER doc wants a donor cycle? lol! Don't see enough patients come in with cycle injuries?
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I have been riding/racing MX for over 30yrs. Im not gonna stop because of my job or things i see there. Its a sickness once you get into this sport.
Nick, i never had any pics taken of me on this bike. I just ride to have fun and not to look good.
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We all ride to have fun, I just want to see the bike, I like cool shit. I dont get why you have to try to psuedo insult me in your posts. I cant wait to roost you. Are you in houston? Get your bike, lets go to 3 palms.
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We all ride to have fun, I just want to see the bike, I like cool shit. I dont get why you have to try to psuedo insult me in your posts. I cant wait to roost you. Are you in houston? Get your bike, lets go to 3 palms.
Lmao...getting your feelings hurt? Just giving shit back to the shit giver! Dont be mad!
when i get a new bike i will let you know.
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post #22 of 627 (permalink) Old 09-16-2009, 12:48 PM
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cool bike.
what was the twin cylinder engine bike I've read about going to be in ?
was it a husky or apilia ?
not that it would be a better bike, but interesting none the less.

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cool bike.
what was the twin cylinder engine bike I've read about going to be in ?
was it a husky or apilia ?
not that it would be a better bike, but interesting none the less.
Aprilia.
http://www.apriliausa.com/en-US/Mode.../Overview.aspx

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post #24 of 627 (permalink) Old 09-18-2009, 06:39 PM
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My Banshee Rebuild progress

As stated in my other post, I bought a running Banshee off Craigslist for $900

Had fmf fattys and some old vitos pistons.

It was pretty ruff lookin, so I tore it down and sent it to Burleson Powdercoating. (thanks guys)

The rear axle, steering stem, & left control arms were bent. And a blown rear shock.

Found a site called Bansheehq and learned alot about this thing. Bought some +2
A-arms, Yfz450 front shocks, newer rear shock, & steering stem.

Just ordered a G-force +2 axle, chain/sproket kit, Wiseco Top end & clutch.

Powdercoated everything silvervein & chrome.

I plan to have everything finished in the next few weeks.

Still need to get new tires/rims, twist throttle, brake pads, plastics & a few misc bearings.

Im kinda pissed that i didnt take any pics of it the whole 30min it ran.

Stay tuned.

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badass!! I have been thinking about rebuilding a 'shee for a few years now.
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post #26 of 627 (permalink) Old 09-18-2009, 07:06 PM
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Very nice! Those longer front shocks are going to kill your balljoints. Oh and keep the thumb throttle. Twist throttles are just plain dangerous on quads.
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Very nice! Those longer front shocks are going to kill your balljoints. Oh and keep the thumb throttle. Twist throttles are just plain dangerous on quads.
With the New +2 control arms shouldn't i be okay with the shocks?

Why is "twist" throttle bad?

Just asking as this is my first quad.

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Looks nice! i had a sick ass banshee when i lived in vegas. +8 out back and +4 up front, aftermarket or billet everything, it was a BEAST!


the problem with a twist throttle on a quad is when you hit a jump or get jarred back, the rider has a tendancy to pull on the throttle when jumping/landing/etc because it's also the point where they hold on. just ride on with it and you'll understand.
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yeah another vote on no twist throttle!!
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Im guessing that the driving style is way diff than a dirtbike huh?

I just figured id feel more at ease, like when im riding my cr250.

I may throw the stock thumb back on and see if i can get a feel for it.

I plan to do alot of red river trips this fall.

One day at a time.
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Im guessing that the driving style is way diff than a dirtbike huh?

I just figured id feel more at ease, like when im riding my cr250.

I may throw the stock thumb back on and see if i can get a feel for it.

I plan to do alot of red river trips this fall.
on a bike you lean with it. on a quad you are getting tossed around, or you are pulling on the handle bars alot more. both have there place, but i think i would get introuble with a twist throttle.

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I see how that could happen. Good lookin out guys. I will just put the thumb throttle back on for now. I cant wait to finish this thing. im ready to ride this beast.

One day at a time.
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I've ridden bikes for most of my life. I've had a couple quads along the way. The last quad I traded for was a 250 quadracer. It had the twist setup when I got it. Every little bump or anything that makes your body move up and down is sure to make you twist the throttle one way or another. I agree with the others, it's a very dangerous thing unless that's what you've always been around. I'd stick to the thumb setup. A single carb setup will greatly reduce the amount of spring pressure on your thumb and improve performance and tuning ability in most cases. GLW your ride.
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Personally i wouldn't go single carb. If it's all about spring pressure you can get softer springs for the carbs. Alot of people will also take out the return spring in the thumb throttle housing.

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Really dont have much to post up. Waiting on parts right now. Should have it sitting on its own shoes next week.

Dont mind the old rattle can plastics.

I race cut them and plan to paint with spray on bedliner spray. (for now)

Prob gonna get some fullbores or Lakers in another month.

I still need to get a few things for the engine to get that back together.

Not sure yet, but i might end up going thru the bottom end.

Anyone want to give me some color ideas on plastic. Its lookin a little bland.

I wanted white fullbores when i started but im not sure now. Some input please.

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new pics, changed some stuff up

i have been working nights and have been EXTREMELY bored...tonight is the first time i rode my bike in and i brought it inside so i could tinker with it. i made a few mods... tell me what you think














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so far i have:

flipped the mirrors underneath - i can see A LOT better with them flipped

cleaned the z bars with some nevrdull - man they look 10x better shined up

removed lower belt guard - it was plastic and looks crappy. i'm not gonna take off the upper though, if the belt breaks and you don't have any kind of guard the belt can get wrapped up and lock the rear wheel. that's what i've read anyways

removed front fender - and yes you get wet when you hit puddles, lol

bought a bag for shades/sunblock/ear plugs/etc. - i had it on the front shocks just under the headlight but moved it to the rear swingarm. it looks like it's touching the disc/wheel/tire but it's about 2 1/2 inches away

added passenger pegs - i have a passenger pillion seat that i use when i take the gf for a ride. i actually use them as well when i get on the highway, they are pretty comfortable and don't have any vibration like the front pegs

sideways plate to vertical plate - i actually didn't have to buy anything, just had to pull the plate off and take off a little extension plate that you use when mounting the plate sideways. it then bolts right back on vertically, and the light still shines on it. i bent the little metal bracket that has the inspection sticker on it and it is on the other side of the plate. i just need to buy some normal screws and ditch those with the big red circle reflectors.

painted the air cover - shot it with some high temp rattle can, looks good so far
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my next free/cheap mods are:

smoked front signals

normal or black screws for the license plate instead of the big red ones

paint the valve covers, lower engine, primary cover and front belt gaurd black. i think it will make it look a lot better



my next $$$ mods:

HID light
corbin seat
power commander



i know my right side mirror is the wrong way but when it's normal it slowly moves out of whack while riding. the little socket thing is loose when in the normal position, it stays where it is at right now. i have a full cover warranty but just haven't gotten around to take it up there to get a new one.
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worn out dirt tires

http://www.knobbyknife.com/

I'm definitely buying one of these.
You could also probably make one with a powerful solder gun.
but it looks well worth the 60 bucks to me.
The video makes it look pretty easy.
way easier than changing tires!

anyone tried this before? i haven't found shit online about cutting / slicing tires

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looks awesome. Great job
I would have left the front fender, but that's it.

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Seems like a good idea to me. Wonder how well it would work on atv tires....
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Pulled some old bikes out of the back pasture.

My cousin left two of his old bikes in the field behind the house years ago. I decided to yank them out and see if I can part them out or use a part or two for my bike or something else interesting.
One is a 1970 F5 big horn 350 the other is a '83 or so maxim 650, I rode both of them before the clutch went out on the bighorn and the maxim starting running poorly, so hopefully the engines shouldn't be too screwed up. Anyone see anything in the pics that looks like it isn't worthless?
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IMO the Bighorn is worth more than the Maxim. The 70's Kawi enduros are pretty collectable and not a lot of them survived. The Bighorn is especially desirable.
Yours looks to be very rough, unfortunately, with lots of rust and weather exposure.
But, to the right buyer/collector it could be a real find. Google Kawasaki Bighorn and see what happens. Maxims like yours are relatively common, especially rough ones. Getting it running and truly road worthy isn't probably worth the effort. Just my 2 cents. Good luck.
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I agree completely. The bighorn is a sad story because it was beautiful and in great shape just a few years ago.
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