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I have an 07 yfz for sale... I raced this quad for one season. The piston and jug only have 4 races on them because i switched to an ice cube big bore early in the season (I will install/include the ice cube, 12.5 cp piston and new gasket kit for $250... make motor 490cc, I also have front/rear black douglas shamrock beadlock rims w/ blue rings that i would include for additional $250). This bike is very fast and handles amazing (I won 7 races on this quad this year). Asking $5,000 firm. I'm from Danville Oh (43014).

# Gibson long-travel +3 front-end
# Fox Float Evol w/ DCS fully adjustable front shocks
# Fox Podium X w/ dual rate springs and DSC fully adjustable rear shock
# Quad Tech Carbon fiber shock guards

# Vortex X 10 CDI
# FCI intake
# 42.5 mm tapered Bored Carb
# Boyseen Quickshot 2
# National Race Motor, by KSR Performance
# Hot cam intake, cam mod exhaust
# Stock bore and stroke (will install ice cube big bore for $250)
# JE Piston, 13-1
# Kibble White valves and valve springs

# Gibson steering stabalizer
# Gibson +1 Antivibe steering stem
# New white Tag bars
# AC Pro nerf bars
# IMS Pro pegs with kick-up
# RPM Dominator II Axle
# RPM carrier with tapered bearings
# K & K Tribal flame graphics
# Streamline Performance brake lines
# Streamline rear wave rotor
# ITP Quad Cross Pro rear tires
# ITP Quad Cross front tires
# Douglas Ultimate label rims (will include shamrock beadlocks for additional $250)
# Pro-Design kill switch
# Inline radiator cooler
# Honda 400ex thumb throttle
# GYTR frame guards
# GYTR anodized engine plugs
# Billet gas cap
# GYTR billet rear hubs
# Boyseen Airflow Power Wing

Everything is in great shape (tranny, bearings, clutch, jug, piston...). I took very good care of this quad (changed oil after every race and used formula 4stroke amsoil, cleaned filter after every race) and the inside of the motor looks good as new.

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If you decide to part that beautiful bike out i will take the front shocks right off your hands and pick them up.
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