2005 Yamaha Yz450f Mx on 2040-motos
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2005 Yamaha YZ450F, CALL JOHNSTOWN CERNICS FOR MORE INFO TODAY!! - Domesticated, Not Tamed We fired the first shot in the modern four-stroke revolution when we built the YZ400F - a bike that won the Outdoor National Series in its rookie season. Now, the reigning World Supercross GP and World Motocross Champion YZ450F pulls even farther ahead with even smoother power delivery. Improved cylinder head Improved efficiecy combustion chamber New carburetion New airbox New ignition mapping ... are all engineered to deliver super-tractable, deployable power that just keeps building all the way down the straight. The resulting five-titanium-valved, DOHC, counterbalanced beast spreads the power so thick that the YZ450F is ready to deal with everything from deep sand to hardpan at the drop of the kickstart. Add to that bottomless well of power the next leap forward in suspension technology. A new 48mm fork with all-new transfer control valves keeps the air and oil separate, and a new shock with damping circuitry straight from the factory race machines are part of the 05 package as well. The race-ready theme carries through in these features - New Renthal handlebar Titanium footpegs Titanium exhaust components Light and strong Excel rims Adjust-on-the-fly clutch. The four-stroke revolution continues just as it began: with a blue bike leading.
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Moto blogMon, 17 Mar 2014
Yoshimura Suzuki‘s James Stewart captured his third win of the 2014 AMA Supercross season and 48th 450 class victory of his career, tying him with Ricky Carmichael for second on the all-time win list behind Jeremy McGrath‘s 72. Racing before a crowd of 50,856 fans at Ford Field in Detroit, Stewart took the lead from holeshot-taker Cole Seely shortly before the end of the second lap and led the rest of the 20-lap race for the win. Stewart led by as much as 7.1 second but eased off at the end, crossing the finish less than two seconds ahead of Kawasaki‘s Ryan Villopoto.Fri, 28 Jun 2013
Jorge Lorenzo underwent two hours of surgery earlier this morning in Barcelona, Spain, to insert eight screws and a titanium plate to secure his fractured collarbone. By the afternoon, the Yamaha rider was back in the Netherlands to prove he is healthy enough to race in tomorrow’s TT Assen. The reigning MotoGP champion broke his collarbone in three places after high-siding in a wet practice session Thursday.Tue, 21 Feb 2012
Defending champion Ryan Villopoto won his third consecutive AMA Supercross race in Arlington, Texas, but the victory was overshadowed by a season-ending injury suffered by one of his main challengers Chad Reed. TwoTwo Motorsport Honda‘s Reed trailed Villopoto in second place for the first six laps at Cowboys Stadium. Disaster struck on Lap 7 however as Reed crashed hard in the whoops.
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