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kidsdad0101
Posted on: Apr 9 2007, 10:15 AM


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Ran one on my Z. It didnt help with the HP but it did raise my torque a couple .01's
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Posted on: Apr 9 2007, 10:13 AM


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QUOTE(altor @ Apr 8 2007, 04:07 PM)
looking for a heat shield for dasa. i know e line makes the 8in but it looks weird with that straight look doesn t look right to me. does anyone know if the eline 450r stock pipe will fit if so which year should i order bc they have 2 03-05 and 06-07. did anyone do this yet bc ive seen people do the stck heatshield offf the 450r. so i was thinkin of doing it with the eline carbon shield. if anyone has other sugestion all welcome as well  as pics.
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I have the 8" on my dasa. Fella over on HQ sent his DASA head pipe to them and had them make a custom fit sheild. Give them a call, they will hook you up.
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Posted on: Dec 18 2006, 05:47 AM


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QUOTE(Sand_Junkie @ Dec 14 2006, 11:19 PM)
DASA da one... blah.gif
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Me sa thinks DASA good looking lady friend.


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kidsdad0101
Posted on: Dec 17 2006, 07:12 AM


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kidsdad0101
Posted on: Dec 16 2006, 09:22 PM


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Time to clear out the trailer;
If you went out and got all this....
Full Yoshi RS5 w/ stock heat shield attached = $500 not including heat shield
Dobeck = $150
CB = $40
AC Blackline Nerfs = $290
TOTAL - over $1000 without shipping. So tack on another 100 for shipping at least.......

Selling ALL as a package for $600, shipping is included.

Or
500 for pipe, cb, dobeck
130 for nerfs



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kidsdad0101
Posted on: Nov 17 2006, 07:40 PM


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QUOTE(ltr450_quad_racer @ Nov 17 2006, 01:44 PM)
I am about to tear in to the bottom end of my LTR, has any one else torn in to it yet? Any hints?
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Give Cernics, ATP or DASA. They got the professional know how without alll the pro mech attitudes. They can/will hook you up.
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kidsdad0101
Posted on: Nov 14 2006, 09:37 PM


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Port/polish it done by hand. DO NOT DO IT BY YOURSELF. Send your head off to a technition of your choice. They are experienced and will not screw it up. If YOU do it you can, potentially, blow your engine.

Port = they "roughen" up the intake side of the head. It mixes the air and fuel better giving you a more thorough and effecient burn.

Polish = they polish the exhaust side of the head making the exhaust gasses excape and flow easier out of the engine and into the pipe.
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Posted on: Nov 14 2006, 09:21 PM


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QUOTE(massltr @ Nov 14 2006, 01:31 PM)
Like most addicts, I need more, and the Pipe/Silencer/Air Filter can only do so much. I will be taking my LTR in for the winter soon to do some more mods and I am considering the 493 Big Bore from Trinity while its apart. Without opining on the $599 price tag, does anyone have any experience with this kit or any other big bore kits in relation to reliability issues, clutch and transmission side effects (will I need upgrade on clutch , etc.) and issues with overheating. I understand the oil ports are increased in diameter on the 493 kit and that may help. Also, I know they now make an oversized radiator which I would install while I am at it. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. anyone who think I should not buy this kit or any Big Bore kit is greatly welcomed.
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I put an Alba 470 kit on my LTZ400.

Pros: VERY FAST
Cons: Reliabiltiy shot, had to upgrade EVERTHING, expensive. I will not be adding a bigbore to my ltr

Parts I had to upgrade
41mm carb
PWR radiator
Carbon fiber shrouds
2 20 fin coolers
Pro Flow water pump impellor (added water wetter)
You WILL go through alot of clutches
UM high Capacity Oil Tank
High Performance Radiator Thermometer

Big bores run VERY hot. They are also a bitch to start sometimes. They power you get is INCREDIBLE but the cash you have to spend to upgrade the components is daunting. If you dont have alot of cash, dont ride (race) but only on the weekends then I wouldnt go with a big bore. You will nearly get the same power and response with a highcomp piston, cams, port and airbox mods. The price for my big bore plus all the mods was near 5000. When I get with the piston/cam/port I will be looking at a 1000.

But thats just my history and opinion
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kidsdad0101
Posted on: Nov 14 2006, 08:57 PM


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there are no after market fly wheels as of yet. If you need to shim some off, send to a credible company. I would not play with the fly just yet however. If you are looking for more snap, the first thing I'd do is a port and cams.
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Posted on: Nov 9 2006, 07:13 PM


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Outta the 2 pipes I've had on my R (yoshi, DASA) DASA by far the better pipe. Sound, performance, look....
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Posted on: Nov 9 2006, 07:07 PM


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QUOTE(CWT @ Nov 9 2006, 05:23 PM)
Looks good.  I plan on cuttin my fenders pretty close to that, but when I bought mine the front fenders were damaged so Zuki sent me a free set so I may do some experimenting.  Do you have your front break line unbolted from the frame it looks like you have more slack than I do.
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slack is caused form the wheels being cranked to the right
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Posted on: Nov 9 2006, 07:04 PM


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Site sponsors are usually cheeper.....FUEL happens to be one...

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Posted on: Nov 7 2006, 07:25 PM


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QUOTE(ceojab @ Nov 7 2006, 11:07 AM)
Mine has been breaking up really bad at half to 3/4 throttle.  It has been driving me crazy.  I have been messing with maps and nothing seems to help.  Where are you getting the fuel filters at?
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http://www.cernicsracing.com/2006ltr450fuelfilter.htm
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Posted on: Oct 29 2006, 04:25 PM


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LTR is a great bike in any application. What matters is the modifications to the application you need. Its design is specifically made for MX, however, you can make it into a trail bike pretty easily. If you are mostly a dune guy then I would stick with the 450 vice the 700. I would recommend it the other was around if you rode trails. When you go trailing, change out the tires and add skids. Other than that you should be good to go.
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Posted on: Oct 23 2006, 06:55 PM


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TO add on.....changes the stock map from the stock EFI to a more customized (albeit preprogrammed) AF mixture. Thusly, increasing HP and torque over the entire powerband. CB was designed with the following mods in mind. Stock pipe with baffle removed. Airbox lid removed stock filter. By adding after market pipe and intake you will be best to upgrade to the PIM which is what they designed that application for.
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Posted on: Oct 23 2006, 06:51 PM


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4 minute install
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Posted on: Oct 23 2006, 06:46 PM


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just have to give it a try
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Posted on: Oct 23 2006, 06:45 PM


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Both...not really any HP by adding the K & N over stock. Only better efficiency. By putting on the Fuels new system (no box, larger tube, larger filter) will be an improvement over stock and K & N by 3 hp
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Posted on: Oct 18 2006, 04:59 PM


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QUOTE(matt123 @ Oct 17 2006, 07:52 PM)
I have a 2005 z400javascript:emoticon(':smile:')
smilie and its 100% stock and i am going to remove the air filter and get a k&n and a full exhuast system. I was thinking either a LRD or a CT would be the best but i want to know what you think. I wont be doing any actual engine mods. I do mostly trail riding and some dune riding when i can but i dont like to tach the bike way up when i dont have to. The only piped z400 i have ever seen had a full fmf and i raced it at the dunes on my stocker and she (yes it was a girl) pulled away from me all the way through, she even beat a stock honda 450r! I like trinity's exhuast but cant find much on it, is it better then the others i mentioned?, how bout it on the 450? (<- also need a pipe for my r450)
I should probly be asking this at z400central but i have a feeling that  more ppl would anwer me here.
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I got a deal for you...

http://www.z400central.com/invision/index....showtopic=64448
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Posted on: Oct 18 2006, 04:56 PM


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Round 57. That should also include port.
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Posted on: Oct 18 2006, 04:53 PM


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Here are a couple more to look at. I know the list is incomplete but at least you can all compair now.

LSR
http://www.lsracing.com/graphics-decals.htm

IMS
http://www.atvriders.com/atvnews/adapt/adaptltrgraphics.jpg

K & K
http://www.kandkatv.com/store/index.php?cPath=21

Quadtorque
http://quadtorque.co.za/catalog/default.ph...d78aa72ea151e66

One
http://www.magicracing.com/One-Camo-Graphi...e_p_0-2136.html

GOFORIT
http://catalog.goforitgraphics.com/index.p...2b76d95114b6dcf

Rath - not out yet
http://www.rathracing.com/store/index.cfm?...&category_id=56

BRM - custom
http://www.brmoffroad.com/quad_graphic_kit.htm

Alba
http://store.albaaction.com/shop/ALBA-176.html

HMF - not out yet
http://www.hmfengineering.com/index.php?ca...od=graphic_kits

317 Graphics - custom
http://www.317graphics.com

Duncan
http://www.duncanracing.com/ctgy/81

Golden West
http://www.goldenwestcycle.com/showitems.asp?deptcode1=504

DMP
http://www.dmpcovers.com/shop/detalle.asp?oynprodid=409

Invision Artworks - custom - don't make LTR...yet but look out 4 it
http://www.invisionpowersports.com/catalog...facturers_id=36

HBomb
http://store.hbombfilms.com/e_commerce/car...t_detail&p=2071

East Coast ATV
http://eastcoastatv.com/ecaonline/index.ph...products_id=308

Holz Racing
http://www.holzracingproducts.com/oscommer...6d12331c0363495

UpDog Industries
http://www.updogindustries.com/quads/updog/gk/ltrgk.html#

Pro Armor
http://www.proarmor.com/store/product_info...d28eff5f195d815

Spastic Designs
http://www.spasticdesigns.com/SDstoregraphicsatvltr450.htm

Suzuki
http://www.alpha-sports.com/images/cart/990A0-44019-WHT.jpg
or
http://www.alpha-sports.com/images/cart/990A0-44017-WHT.jpg

Cernics
http://www.cernicsracing.com/2006atvgraphicspage.htm
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Posted on: Oct 12 2006, 06:59 PM


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QUOTE(Fids#30 @ Oct 12 2006, 07:33 AM)
thats tight but i would have went with some hyper rims or someting u dont want to have to much yellow. u definetly stand out thats for sure
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ahh....do you know who's bike that was? maybe you need to research before you critique someones quad...the story is pretty exceptional. You may be new to this sight but sometimes it pays to not be naive. Just a suggestion, brother.
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Posted on: Oct 12 2006, 06:54 PM


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AC wont last. Been through 3 pair of them. Their customer service is top notch, but quality isnt. You want quality and serivce? Rath is the way to go!
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Posted on: Oct 12 2006, 06:47 PM


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QUOTE(cogandraper @ Oct 12 2006, 02:12 PM)
turn it up and it will blow it off i have done her
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Will still have residual glue
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Posted on: Oct 12 2006, 06:44 PM


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Great post!!! Needs pinned. Repost at HQ also, they will be interested in this one!
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