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Behind Heath Voss' CRF450R Photo Gallery

Behind Heath Voss' CRF450R - Heath Voss is not like any other mechanic we've talked to for this "Behind the Bike" series.

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Voss has come full circle from his early days as a Honda privateer.
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Don't be too disappointed, but nothing too fancy for this top-level racer.
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A pile of parts as a new bike gets checked out.
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Heath likes the reliability of the stock motors. Once all those hop-up parts get put in the maintenance factor increases.
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Doug Dubach is an old friend and his company, Dubach Racing Development, provides the exhaust systems for Voss.
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A quick solution to a potential bad situation.
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Voss is a long-time Supercross competitor. Having been on the Factory Yamaha team, he knows exactly what he's up against.
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This bike is a working proof of how good stock machinery is these days.
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Stock motor, except for the Hinson clutch.
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Voss even makes his own bike stands!
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Renthal suppliers the stock bars, and Voss runs stock triple clamps.
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It's rare to see a top-tier rider working on his own equipment.
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The engine timer keeps track of how long a bike had been run.
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Stock steel pegs, slightly modified.
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The Works Connection clutch perch with teflon sleeve on the bar.
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Everyone's running these holeshot devices.
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Nice graphics!
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MB1 takes care of the extra abuse Supercross puts on suspension.
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Not much different than anyone else's bike.
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On the left is an older practice bike, in the center is his race bike, and in the truck, a fresh bike getting built.
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Voss has been quietly going about his business and is currently in ninth overall with three races to go in 2007.