i tried a yfz exhaust on the yfzr it didnt work for me. the exhaust pipe wasnt bent low enough to clear the rear shock resi. but the headers are the same.
the new 09 yfz450r the rear hubs and the swing arms will fit my 07 yfz450 my sponser is helping me buy the parts[/b]
Will not work.Will YFZR a-arms and tie rods fit on a non-R model, say an 04? How long are the stock shocks on the R? Ive got 16.25" standard travel shocks for mine so they are a bit longer to fit the R model arms, if they will work.[/b]
SO the a-arms from the R will fit on my 04?a arms will fit but you need shocks unless you race tt then you can use the stock shocks[/b]
They will "fit" but the geometry will be wrong, because the lower a-arms are closer together on the R, and the frame rake is different.a arms will fit but you need shocks unless you race tt then you can use the stock shocks[/b]
So the bottom part of the R frame is actually narrower basically? If you try to put them on a non R model, with the added width of the lower section, its gonna look like the lower arms are +2 and the upper arms are stock length. That basically what your saying?They will "fit" but the geometry will be wrong, because the lower a-arms are closer together on the R, and the frame rake is different.[/b]
I also discovered that the leverage ratio is different on the R. If you have long travel Fox Evol's, you can put them on your R, and just adjust the air pressure. But if you have shocks with springs, you will probably need softer springs.And i beleive the R stock shocks are 18.25[/b]
i think its the same, the only difference is that the R's hubs are widerAnyone tried a YFZ axle on the "R" yet? Does it fit?[/b]
I believe the yfz450r axle and carrier are different.i think its the same, the only difference is that the R's hubs are wider[/b]
carrier is right, the brake and chain hubs splines are to big in the "r".I believe the yfz450r axle and carrier are different.
To use the yfz axle, you need to also use the yfz carrier.[/b]