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2012 Yamaha WR450F Project Bike Photo Gallery
For the first stage of our project we turned out 2012 Yamaha WR450F into a nighttime desert racer.
MotoUSA has a 2012 Yamaha WR450F that is going through several stages of mods as a project bike. Check out all the details in the
2012 Yamaha WR450 Project Bike - Part 1
Two Brothers Racing equipped our 2012 Yamaha WR450F with a slip-on exhaust and and Juice Box Fuel Controller.
Dunlop D739 AT tires and a GYTR Sharkfin are cheap protection for the nasty rocks in the desert.
Baja Designs equipped the MotoUSA 2012 WR450F with Dual La-Paz HID Race lights.
Pro-Moto Billet's Fastway System 5 Steering Stabilizer keep the front-end straight and stable on our 2012 Yamaha WR450F Project Bike.
A 3-gallon IMS Tank equipped with a dry brake fuel system made pitstops fast.
GYTR Radiator guards provide crash protection.
We used the stock suspension for the desert racing WR450F, and with some adjustment it worked well.
The amount of the light from the Baja Designs HID lights is impressive.
The Fastway System 5 Stabilizer fits under the handlebars with the optional bar mount kit.
The mid-range and top-end power of the 2012 Yamaha WR450F was increased with the Two Brothers Racing exhaust and fueling.
When the sun went down our project 2012 Yamaha WR450F got going.
The handling of the 2012 WR450F Project Bike was excellent considering the extra weight on the front-end.
The Seat Concepts gripper seat cover kept us attached to the bike in the corners.
The Dunlop tires worked well in the loose soil of the Nevada Desert.
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