Originally Posted by Hoots
Hard to think of a better bike on open fire trails ...
I'm using mine on tite single trax more and more. I backed off the steering stops til they were non existent, haven't had any problem on switch backs at all.
I find it likes to steer with the butt end, but as I said, the work I've done seems to aid that. I rode guymcfly's just a few days back. He took an extra 10 lbs or so off of his and like he said, his dry weight is the same as the new wrf 450 wet! And he'd trade the extra mass for the long service schedule and its just like having a monster mx bike!