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Old 02-04-2013, 09:47 AM
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So i have a yzf450 quad, not sure of the year i know its an early one...its my gf's and her brother had it...completely thraaashed. Im pretty sure it needs everything that can/should be replaced. i plan on just dissasembling the entire thing, having someone local powder coat everything i can, and rebuild the motor, bearings, and beef up the wiring.

Besides the powdercoating, how much do you guys think this little project will cost? Just a rough estimate, ive been outta the bike scene since i sold mine before college.

The A-arms are bent to crap, so those gotta get replaced, so i would like it a little wider, and would like to buy a swingarm if the bearing race is thrashed in this one, i doubt anything besides oil has ever been changed on it.

Are there any big bore kits or stuff like that that anyone would recommend if i have the whole thing torn down? i know i can google all this and use Yamaha forums but i figured i would ask here first

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Old 02-07-2013, 07:38 PM
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I finished up my build last year. It's super reliable but I spent some serious coin. Between Steve @ TQSATV.com and snagging some parts off YFZCentral.com it went pretty smooth.
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Nice! I didn't realize the the ripass bike was a 450 lol ill have to pick your brain a little bit at the next G2G


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Did u bore it out or anything? I would like to be able to play with the new 700s when I go to the dunes


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No...it's SBSS and unless you're planning on drag racing it keeps up fine. Unless you plan on spendin a chit ton of money and rebuilding it all the time you'll never keep up with the 7hundos
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You should reserve a site at windy bay for May 16-19th and come to the Northwest Raptor Rally. More people than sandfest
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Ill check it out! I went to sand fest 2 years ago on the fourth of july and had a blast! I need to get to work on it.


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Roger that! We have a trip planned to Coos Bay for the 4th this year already and have 3 sites reserved
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Nice! Hopefully I get this one done and ill see you down there..except ill prolly be on a 400ex I can borrow from someone since the 450 is the gfs lol oh well it's still fun


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What kind of riding you looking to do? I've had 5 YFZs that have all been built differently, great quads. Just lmk type of riding and well go from there.
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