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Check it out. All stainless steel stepped header construction with Aluminum Muffler. Not too sure on the retail pricing yet - But the pipe rocks!
 

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The pipe is woking great and added a ton of torgue with an awesome ruch of power thru the mid all the way to the top so it will be a great dual purpose pipe for XC or MX. Fit and finish was right on - awesome welds.

Jetting w/ airbox lid @ 500' is: 45 pilot, 3 turns out on fuel screw, 170 main, 1 clip down on needle.

Those are PEP ZPS shocks with ARC modification (Adjustible rebound and compression) with the larger canisters. Retail is $1600.00 for the fronts and 995.00 for the rear. We got out direct from PEP PH: 909-590-4111
 

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Originally posted by YFZCentral@Sep 10 2003, 06:03 PM
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I'll do that - Thanks for the plug!

Tip of the day - The is for all of you ex-honda riders looking for a way to use your wheels on the Yamaha. For the front we are using the Hardkor Racing front hubs with the Honda bolt pattern which also have a tapered wheel bearings that will last a lifetime. These hubs are top notch and I would say of the highest quality than any other hub on the market. For the rear - Parts Unlimited has Honda 200SX Cast Steel rear hubs available for under $100.00 a pair that will directly bolt on (same spline count and spacing) and have the Honda lug pattern needed. For XC we installed the hubs backwards (They come without any lugs so you just need to remember to install them opposite from the norm) and the result is 46'' rear width - If you install them normally you will end up with a 48" width that will work great for MX or sand dunes!
Hardkor Hubs $400.00 plus Parts Unlimited 200SX hubs $100.00 =$500.00 which is a lot less than purchasing a new set of beadlocks plus with the Hardkor hubs you are actually upgrading to a much better system with a ton less rolling resistance.

Later,
Rick Cecco
 
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