Which exhausts work with the GYTR kickstart kit? I know only of the Sparks not working for sure...any others that do or don't? For instance, DMC, etc, etc....thanks, JIM
I appreciate the reply...BUT...lol...I have one of the old Sparks...wanna take a like new trade in....hahahaha..... :bawlOriginally posted by woodwardspecialties@Jan 22 2004, 08:17 PM
i am 99.9% sure the newest sparks exhaust will clear the kickers....
the first ones that were out i know would not... last week when i got a new shipment of sparks exhausts in i compared it to a yfz thats at the shop with the older sparks on it.... the newest ones in appear to sit about 1/4 of an inch closer to the motor where the kicker would be... which should give enough room for the kicker to clear.
Chugach Range I believe....there are some hill climbs to be had for sure around the state...not sure which mountains, etc....thanks for the info.......JIMOriginally posted by FAST1@Jan 22 2004, 09:19 PM
The Jardine which pretty much won the exhaust shoot out for the YZ 450 in dirt bike rider. Daddog just got one. Also the GYT-R stuff works which you allready know.
BTW.. I really like your photo.. what moutain range is that in the background? can you ride in the mountians up there during the summer?
I appreciate the offer.....I'll have to think it over for sure. Any pics? What kind of time is on it/condition? Thanks, JIMOriginally posted by FAST1@Jan 23 2004, 10:14 AM
If your interested in a carbon GYT-R with GYT-R header I'll sell you mine for $325 or $340(including Fed Ex shipping to Alaska). This would include new replacement packing for the exhaust also.
The earliest I could ship would be the week of Feb 2 since I would have to remove it and my bike is sitting in Phoeniz right now.
Once the packing wears out.. the heat from the engine exhaust starts to heat up the metal band clamps and then the rubber dampeners start to deteriorate.. I believe this is due to the carbon dissipating the heat faster but the steel band clamps retain it. If left unattended the band clamp rubber dampeners will deteriorate and the steel clamp will then rub on the carbon fiber without that rubber gasket as a barrier.Originally posted by RPyfz450@Jan 26 2004, 06:00 AM
Why is repacking the muffler more cirical with a fiber can?