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Old 02-04-2013, 09:50 PM   #1
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My CRF450X

Im a noob here.... Lerking around.

I will get some pics of my bikes when the snow melts.
Here a is video of my bike being heli'd off the side of a mountain in B.C.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mA4YyLwygt8

Put my bike on a mountain bike trail that i could no longer decend nor return. If i had a trials bike i would have been better off.


Bike is a 450x with all R parts.
is street legal. (barely)
Has CRFs only fuel tank and a few other little goodies....
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Old 02-05-2013, 01:26 AM   #2
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Hi and Welcome TCS

Just watched your video

Despite the bike dosent make everything, I can say the 450X isnt ideal for tight mountain-forest conditions
This WE we were a group with quads, a 450X and my little 250L offroading in muddy wooden hills, mainly steep slopes with rocks covered with dead leaves. The high-powerful 450X soon gave up, that was pretty hardcore for the quads, but i did it smartly with the low-smooth 250L.

Just the right tool there, but otherwise im still a little envious for a 450

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Old 02-05-2013, 05:44 PM   #3
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Hi and Welcome TCS

Just watched your video

Despite the bike dosent make everything, I can say the 450X isnt ideal for tight mountain-forest conditions
This WE we were a group with quads, a 450X and my little 250L offroading in muddy wooden hills, mainly steep slopes with rocks covered with dead leaves. The high-powerful 450X soon gave up, that was pretty hardcore for the quads, but i did it smartly with the low-smooth 250L.

Just the right tool there, but otherwise im still a little envious for a 450

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man tell me about it. The 450x was over heating everywhere! 1st gear threw rabbit trails for an hour...
I also have a 250x.... but the 450 power is just so addictive! makes the 250x feel like a play bike.
More of a work out though.

Here is a pic of them before i modded them with big clear tanks etc...[IMG][/IMG]

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Old 02-05-2013, 05:55 PM   #4
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here is another shot i found of my 250X before mods...

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