Yamaha YZ 426 F The Patmobile

Rubric: Yamaha | 14 May 2015 | Comments Off on Yamaha YZ 426 F The Patmobile
Yamaha YZ 426 F The Patmobile

I Use this monster for Cross Country, Desert Racing so here are the special mods I’ve performed to make it just right. Controls: Pro Grip gray matter grips, on Answer Pro-Taper bars, clamped to a Scotts upper T-Clamp. Of course there’s a Scotts steering stabilizer there as well. I’m using that Magura Hydro Clutch (. ) With an Enduro Engineering Bearing Lever, and use the Moose hand guards with Cycra covers. I’m using the T-2 throttle cables from Motion Pro, and I also installed the Yamaha electronic tach / hour meter to aid in tuning maintenance practices. Is the seat part of the controls? Well, at any rate I’m using the Ceet tall-firm foam or the SDG one piece ...

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Year 2001 Yamaha YZ426F –

Rubric: Yamaha | 13 Feb 2015 | Comments Off on Year 2001 Yamaha YZ426F –
Year 2001 Yamaha YZ426F –

. and Titanium for All! Photos by Mark Kato Kariya Torrance, California, October 27, 2000 — Honda may pride themselves on being the the world’s acknowledged four-stroke technology leader, but it’s Yamaha that has produced the world’s first production motorcycle with titanium valves. The YZ426F (and its soon-to-be-released counterpart, the YZ250F) will feature Ti valves in place of the previous steel items. The reason? Lighter weight equals less reciprocating mass which equals quicker revving and higher rev ceilings that culminate in mo’ power. A few grams off of a valve (of which there are five in Yamaha’s Genesis motors) may not seem like a big deal, ...

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