2014 YZ 250 RESTYLE..............UPDATE 3

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General Info
Model Year: 2014
Brand: Yamaha
Model: YZ
Engine Size: 250
Engine Type: 2-Stroke
Graphics: Other. Misc.: Prostylemx
Plastic: Cycra. Misc.: Restyle Plastic Kit
Handlebar: Pro Taper. Misc.: SX Race Bend
Grips: Pro Taper. Misc.: Pillow Top
Clutch Lever: ARC
Brake Lever: ARC
Seat: Other. Misc.: Traction mx
Footpegs: IMS
Shifter: Other. Misc.: Tusk
Exhaust: FMF. Misc.: Fatty, Power Core 2
Clutch: GYTR
Piston: Wiseco
Ignition: Other. Misc.: Stock
Air Filter: Twin Air
Air Intake: Moto Tassinari. Misc.: V Force 3 Reed Valve
Engine Mods: Other
Triple Clamps: Other. Misc.: Stock
Fork: Kayaba. Misc.: SSS
Rear Shock: Kayaba. Misc.: SSS
Suspension Mods: Race Tech. Misc.: Rear Shock Spring
Tires: Dunlop. Misc.: MX32
Rims: Excel
Hubs: Other. Misc.: Stock
Sprockets: MSR
Chain: DID. Misc.: D.I.D. ERT3 RACE
Brakes: Other. Misc.: Stock
Brake Pads: Galfer
Brake Rotors: Galfer
Oils/Lubes: Yamalube
Additional Info: I bought the bike from a small guy. He was about 5', 5" and about 120 lb's. I really think he was afraid of the thing and really didn't know what he had gotten at the time he bought it bran new. I bought it from him in the fall of 2015, so the bike was only a year old when I got it and in great shape and the guy only lived like 10 minutes from me. He had cut the seat down as you can see in the pics, so that was one of the first things that I replaced as well as the chain and sprockets. I have had the bike now for 4 years and have done a great deal of changes to it as you can see in the pics.. I don't ride it to often so it's going to last me a very long time. I take really good care of my YZ and am slowly adding stuff to it. Mostly bling. It's mostly a stock motor except for the FMF Fatty pipe, Power Core 2 silencer, Moto Tassinari V-Force 3 Reed Valve and I run strait Cam 2 Race Fuel mixed with Yamalube 2 stroke oil.
Brand: Yamaha
Model: YZ
Engine Size: 250
Engine Type: 2-Stroke

Vital MX member andygyz114 andygyz114 5/30/2018 7:44 AM

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