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Behind Shaun Skinner's CRF450R Photo Gallery

Behind Shaun Skinner's CRF450R - Perebijnos was with Butler Brothers before Skinner joined the team for 2007

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'We tested FMF pipes, the MegaBomb and the PowerBomb. The riders liked the PowerBomb better.'
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Perebijnos modifies the airbox for better aspiration.
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Paul (left) and Shaun check out their machine.
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Up Front MX keeps the bike looking trick with custom BBMX graphics.
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Applied triple clamps.
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You can never have enough grip.
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Lots of Sunline hard parts.
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'The Alpina wheels are three pounds lighter than stock and you don't have to adjust the spokes. There is less rotating mass.'
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Sunline ARC levers that bend forward.
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'I bead-blasted and steel-wheeled the cylinder, check it out.'
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Another bit of Sunline bling.
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Turning clickers isn’t the only motorcycle abilities that Perebijnos possesses. He raced professionally for a short time before taking up the wrenches.
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Shaun Skinner's CRF450R
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ICW oversized radiators. 'They weld on an extra piece so we have more coolant in our bikes than normal. We have less overheating.'
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Shaun Skinner's CRF450R
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It takes a lot of sponsors to make a modern privateer team competitive with the factory squads.
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ICW oversized radiators. 'They weld on an extra piece so we have more coolant in our bikes than normal. We have less overheating.'
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Butler Brothers MX team mechanic Paul Perebijnos.
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Devol provides the holeshot device and Michelin the tires.