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Old 01-29-2009, 07:12 PM   #1
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Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

I am buying a 2003 CRF450R hopefully this weekend. I know a bit about stunting sport bikes, but basically nothing about dirt bikes as far as setup.

What sprocket sizes are good for a 450? I am already planning to buy a steel subframe with stunt pegs. I will also be buying the super moto wheels and tires eventually. I know handbrake eventually.

What other parts would you recommend for setting up a good 450 stunt piece?

If anyone has some parts for sale, post em up!

Thanks!
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Old 01-29-2009, 07:15 PM   #2
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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

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that is the bike as it stands right now
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Old 01-29-2009, 09:39 PM   #3
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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

Looks like it's got a rather large rear sprocket already since it's the dirt model(hmm looks like somewhere between 46-52 teeth??) . Ride it stock for awhile, should probably work ok even for practicing slightly slower stuff. More than the stuff you mentioned I'd get some axle pegs or sliders and perhaps cut a hole in the rear fender meanwhile until you get a subframe.
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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

Here is a list of what I did to my bike

Subframe and center excaust
stunt pegs
rigid rider pegs ( act like cage to save cases )
Handbrake kit
Braking supermoto rear caliper ( so my hb finaly worked )
Motomaster front brakes
marchesini wheels
Trail tech flywheel to run cooling fans, +13 OZ helps a ton
13/60 gearing
Msr Pro rapter clutch
Billet Handle bar ends ( bark busters are lame, dont run them, LOL )
Axle Peg/Sliders front and rear
billet tripple clamp with flush top clamp for tuckin through
Contiforce 150/60/17 great rear tire for drifting and wide circles, good life
Metzler front tire, sticks great on the endos down stairs


It took me 2 years to dial this bike in, so everything on the list has a function for a supermoto stunt bike for sure.


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Ps, If you need parts, hit me up, I have some stuff in stock and workin on a production subframe for that bike right now that is gonna be with full plastics still and stunt pegs on both side.
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Old 01-30-2009, 11:18 AM   #5
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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

Thanks for the reply, Ryan! I saw a video of you on YouTube shredding that 450! Mad props.
I'm picking up the bike this weekend hopefully. It will be a little while til I come up with extra cash, but I'll definitely come to you first when I need some parts! Thanks bro
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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

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Here is a list of what I did to my bike

Subframe and center excaust
stunt pegs
rigid rider pegs ( act like cage to save cases )
Handbrake kit
Braking supermoto rear caliper ( so my hb finaly worked )
Motomaster front brakes
marchesini wheels
Trail tech flywheel to run cooling fans, +13 OZ helps a ton
13/60 gearing
Msr Pro rapter clutch
Billet Handle bar ends ( bark busters are lame, dont run them, LOL )
Axle Peg/Sliders front and rear
billet tripple clamp with flush top clamp for tuckin through
Contiforce 150/60/17 great rear tire for drifting and wide circles, good life
Metzler front tire, sticks great on the endos down stairs


It took me 2 years to dial this bike in, so everything on the list has a function for a supermoto stunt bike for sure.


Ryan.

Ps, If you need parts, hit me up, I have some stuff in stock and workin on a production subframe for that bike right now that is gonna be with full plastics still and stunt pegs on both side.
I want a subframe and bar for my 06...how much and cam you fabricate something??
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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

buy aftermarket radiators. i got set a champion rads off ebay for $200 bike can idle for 5 min and not overheat. without fans.
stock rads are tiny and it will constantly overheat
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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

or throw on CRF450X radiators, they have tabs to mount a honda cooling fan, part number to order the cooling fan is in the CRF450X owners manual & service manual. Thats what I'm running on my CRF250X, it never overheats now.
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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

nice bike, good luck with the supermoto build!!!!

sorry i can't help you out with info, i'm just subscribing to get some info.
i want a supermoto really bad......

i'm not even sure which ones are the best to go with as far as stunt part avaliblity, performance, durabilty.....ect

i'm thinking a crf450, but also considering wr450 or 250, drz400, rmz4r0, maybe even a ktm or hyosung. idk

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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

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Ps, If you need parts, hit me up, I have some stuff in stock and workin on a production subframe for that bike right now that is gonna be with full plastics still and stunt pegs on both side.

how much the subframes gonna run???
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Re: Building a CRF450 stunt bike?

go to www.450forum.com and u can get some help there!
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