Okay... so, I want to drop some weight from my quad. I have a '14 YFZ-R and it feels okay when I'm riding, but it's not as nimble and flickable as I would like it to be. I know I could use titanium fasteners, but I'm not THAT desperate yet. I used to have an '06 YFZ and I went to great lengths to make it as light as I could while still having it be MX width. To this day, my '06 has been the lightest (MX width) 450 I've ever been on. I really wish I would have weighed it. And, while I realize that there are a lot of featherweight drag bikes out there, but I wouldn't really feel comfortable taking a drag bike on an MX track. Two distinct purposes. Anyway, I have my YFZ-R and I've shaved weight and then added some-- in the form of shaved fenders, Yoshi titanium pipe, and a removed airbox lid. Added weight has come in the form of Rath nerfs and a carbon fiber hood. I plan to drill holes in the stainless peg portion on my nerfs to save a little weight there, and I plan to remove any unnecessary tabs and threaded bosses from my frame. I also plan to remove my headlights and go with an LED lightbar for night riding. If anyone wants to share any tips for shedding weight, I'm all ears. Please keep any comments about hitting the gym to yourself, as I'm already at my preferred weight and don't feel that 175 pounds is excessive-- not to mention, that I'm concentrating on the quad. Thanks in advance.