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Im eagerly waiting the arrival of my YFZ for xmas and i have a list of mods i wanted to do when i get it. I will mostly be racing MX so the items ive chosen are mostly mx related* :rock

MOTOR:
cam mod
GYT-R Kick start kit
GYT-R Hi-comp. piston and gasket kit
Alba or Noss air filter intake kit
ZIP-TY fuel screw
HMF full system pipe
PowerNow carb mod
*maybe running VP ultimate 4 gasoline

CHASSIS:
TCS or PEP LT '0' preload shocks front and rear
streamline stainless steel brakelines
Laeger, Lonestar, or JB Racing LT aarms
RPM axle
RPM steering stewm( one that reduces arm fatigue)
Meszaros Motorsports axle nut
Legacy ATV 8" mudcaps ( black)
Burgard rear beadlocks (8x8)
turf tamers 18X9.5x8 for the rear
Hiper 10x5 front rims ( black outer rings )
Kenda klaws 20x6x10 for the front
TAG T2 handlebars
Acerbis rally II handguards
AC Propeg nerfs
AC bumper
AC grab bar
GYT-R blue strobe graphics
Cut fenders (front)
Powdercoat frame, aarms, swingarm
Jetttrim seat cover
Pro design killswitch
Baldwin kill switch mounting harnesses
Baldwin case saver
PEP chain relocator
PEP E-Z pull clutch arm
Rear Master cylinder guard

OTHER:
relocate rear brake rezzy
eliminate all electrical components
eliminate parking brake
eliminate headlights and tailight

*hopefully i didnt forget anything if i did i will make sure to add it*

:lol
 

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The only suggestion I would make would be to replace the rubber/plastic intake w/ a rigid one. Other than that you've got my former machine there - at least in the engine department.
 

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If you don't need to run an airbox go with the ESR kit otherwise I would say the Ron Woods kit
 

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Originally posted by Pahrump@Nov 30 2003, 10:47 PM
If you don't need to run an airbox go with the ESR kit otherwise I would say the Ron Woods kit
Wood or ESR - neither of which have jack on their sites about the YFZ that I've seen. Ya gots to call 'em.
 
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That sounds great! but i heard that the gytr piston suck and to get a wiseco. thats just my 2 cents

ohh yea hope you have alot of money 8|
 

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Originally posted by wildman77+Dec 28 2003, 03:37 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (wildman77 @ Dec 28 2003, 03:37 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--Clutch123@Dec 28 2003, 11:20 AM


ohh yea hope you have alot of money 8|
that always helps :lol :lol

andy [/b][/quote]
:stupid :lol ....... ur gunna hav urself one awesome machine tho :rock
 

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Originally posted by Clutch123@Dec 28 2003, 07:20 AM
That sounds great! but i heard that the gytr piston suck and to get a wiseco. thats just my 2 cents

ohh yea hope you have alot of money 8|
WTF are You talking about the GYTR pistons are made by JE and JE makes great products.

I would and did pick JE over a Siezco any day.
 
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THE GYTR PISTONS HAVE HAD A LOT OF PROBS WITH THEM. LIKE FALLING APART AT HIGH REV. 8|
 

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Originally posted by Clutch123@Dec 29 2003, 07:13 AM
THE GYTR PISTONS HAVE HAD A LOT OF PROBS WITH THEM. LIKE FALLING APART AT HIGH REV. 8|
Has yours fell apart, maybe its kinda like ALOT of YFZ's have sticking gears.

I have rode the piss out of mine and reved the crap out of it on Methanol across a dry lake bed for a mile or so.

Not a prpblem except that it will pull wheelies in 4th with the 15T front sprocket on. :lol
 

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Hey Pahrump,

How tough is it to replace the piston and is there anything else I need to do in order to run the bike without problems such as different fuel or different jetting. The bike is pretty fast now but I need all the help I can get since I'm 6'5" and weigh 310 lbs. Kind of tough to compete against those young bloods weighing 150 lbs.
Thanks,
 

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The piston is not that hard to do if you are mechanically inclined at all.

But after the piston swap you have to run atleast 100 octane and 110 would be better.
 

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Originally posted by Pahrump@Dec 1 2003, 04:47 AM
If you don't need to run an airbox go with the ESR kit otherwise I would say the Ron Woods kit
where can i see pics of this....(i would like to keep my airbox...)
 
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