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Bklynlod 09-18-2009 07:20 PM

Help, CRF450R Supermoto setup
 
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So someone traded me a very crispy 2003 CRF450r for my banshee. I wanted to know what I need to do to set it up for stunting. I have seen people with the motorcycle smooth tires, not the nobby dirt tires. Can I slap these on my stock wheel or do i have to buy a full tire and wheel kit? I also got some info on some nice stuff offered from 50stunt.com. just was wondering if any other company offered anything else. all info and help is appreciated. looks like this conversion will be very expensive. I need some used parts, lol


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frayz 09-18-2009 10:57 PM

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need to just go ahead and get a full wheel tire kit. Excel wheels are usually the easiest to come across. You will have more common tire sizes thus making it easier to get sweet deals on tires. plus the 17" supermoto wheels are wider.

just get you a universal banjo and a hb master and start blowing O's

NINER 09-18-2009 11:15 PM

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[quote=frayz;4131465]need to just go ahead and get a full wheel tire kit. Excel wheels are usually the easiest to come across. You will have more common tire sizes thus making it easier to get sweet deals on tires. plus the 17" supermoto wheels are wider.

just get you a universal banjo and a hb master and start blowing O's[/quote]
Front caliper relocation kit and a bigger rotor too. Stock rear brake setup is fine. A sprocket will also help depending on what is on there now. Motostrano has kits but it is cheaper to buy used or piece together your own kit.

Splash4195 09-19-2009 12:40 AM

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Sumo Wheels my friend and you will rock it!

Ryan Moore 09-19-2009 11:56 AM

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supermoto stunt bike cost some $$ to build up with new parts, the best deal on wheels are the DNA's, I sell the for 699 a set, but your still lookin at over a grand to get them shipped , tubes, and some rubber mounted on them, then a few hundred more for the 320mm from rotor and relocator bracket. If you check out supermotojunkie.com you might be able to find some used setups for cheaper. There are some tires out there that fit the stock wheels, I'm just not sure where to find them. problem is, roll 4 endos and your stock front brakes will fade to nothing. Gearing help alot if you are lookin to crack some circles and slow wheelies, its way easier of the clutch cuz that 450r is geared pretty tall in first. Hit me up if you want, I can get you all the parts you need to set that bike up, with the best prices, and I know all the proper setup for a supermoto stunt bike. you can take it out and beat on it as it sits in the pic and have a ton of fun, but the better the bike is setup, the better it works and the more combos you can bust out on it. The new 50stunt.com site should be launched in the beginning of OCT with a grip of supermoto parts, wheels, sprockets, pegs, sliders, handbrakes, front brakes, handlebars, subframes, stuntpegs, videos, its gonna be off the hook!Ryan Moore

Bklynlod 09-19-2009 11:58 AM

Re: Help, CRF450R Supermoto setup
 
[quote=frayz;4131465]need to just go ahead and get a full wheel tire kit. Excel wheels are usually the easiest to come across. You will have more common tire sizes thus making it easier to get sweet deals on tires. plus the 17" supermoto wheels are wider.

just get you a universal banjo and a hb master and start blowing O's[/quote]


How long does the universal banjo gotta be?

-SKETCHY- 09-19-2009 12:01 PM

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heavier flywheel helps too :2cents

Bklynlod 09-19-2009 12:57 PM

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[quote=Ryan Moore;4131759]supermoto stunt bike cost some $$ to build up with new parts, the best deal on wheels are the DNA's, I sell the for 699 a set, but your still lookin at over a grand to get them shipped , tubes, and some rubber mounted on them, then a few hundred more for the 320mm from rotor and relocator bracket. If you check out supermotojunkie.com you might be able to find some used setups for cheaper. There are some tires out there that fit the stock wheels, I'm just not sure where to find them. problem is, roll 4 endos and your stock front brakes will fade to nothing. Gearing help alot if you are lookin to crack some circles and slow wheelies, its way easier of the clutch cuz that 450r is geared pretty tall in first. Hit me up if you want, I can get you all the parts you need to set that bike up, with the best prices, and I know all the proper setup for a supermoto stunt bike. you can take it out and beat on it as it sits in the pic and have a ton of fun, but the better the bike is setup, the better it works and the more combos you can bust out on it. The new 50stunt.com site should be launched in the beginning of OCT with a grip of supermoto parts, wheels, sprockets, pegs, sliders, handbrakes, front brakes, handlebars, subframes, stuntpegs, videos, its gonna be off the hook!Ryan Moore[/quote]


I'm a newbie with a kid on the way so i wanna get just the essentials. as I get better I can start getting more stuff. And my $ situation will hopefully be a lot better. Looks like even the essentials is gonna b a lot. I'm gonna need wheel kit, pegs and brake stuff. easy $1000

702BOYZ 09-19-2009 02:13 PM

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Just alone i spent 2100.00 on my wheels and another 1000.00 just on the front brake system. But i would check out supermotojunkie.com. the best thing you can do is sell your 450 and look at a supermoto's already converted. Food for thought. I know you can get about 3K for that bike and i seen some supermoto's for like 3800.00. so out of pocket it will be 800.00 vs 1000.00 or cheaper.

[URL]http://newyork.craigslist.org/brx/mcy/1378117979.html[/URL]

[URL]http://newyork.craigslist.org/wch/mcy/1376932565.html[/URL]

Just to name a few. i would keep looking untill someone is willing to sell something to your liking.

NINER 09-19-2009 02:27 PM

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Watch for deals on supermotojunkie and even here. Nasty picked up wheels, tires, sprocket, caliper bracket, and rotor for around $500 on here a few months ago.

702BOYZ 09-19-2009 02:33 PM

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I would look around there is plenty of good deals out there.


[URL]http://saltlakecity.craigslist.org/rvs/1350957690.html[/URL]

Bklynlod 09-19-2009 02:52 PM

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[quote=702BOYZ;4131850]I would look around there is plenty of good deals out there.


[URL]http://saltlakecity.craigslist.org/rvs/1350957690.html[/URL][/quote]


Sounds good. I"m gonna post it up and see if anyone bites. If it sells my best bet is to buy something setup already like u said. How much can i ask for? It's a 2003 in really clean condition. with clean papers.

NINER 09-19-2009 03:03 PM

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$2300-$2700 around my area. Check KBB and NADA

702BOYZ 09-21-2009 09:34 AM

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First do your research. From my experience it is going to be a little hard to sell your bike? Winter is coming so not alot of people will need a bike. I would check NADA and KBB for starters. I looked it up on NADA and it shows $2775.00. It all depends on what you want and how good of a deal it is out there. Just keep looking. You will find something.

Scott982 09-21-2009 06:12 PM

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I would sell it and buy a bike that is already setup as well. I spent way to much money setting up my old YZ450f.

Bklynlod 09-21-2009 07:35 PM

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[quote=Scott982;4133896]I would sell it and buy a bike that is already setup as well. I spent way to much money setting up my old YZ450f.[/quote]


Yeah, I was looking on craigslist and there's a bunch of 450"s for sale. I'm just gonna rockit like it is and keep the eyes open on deals. how hard is it learning O's on nobbies?

ReSpECT 09-21-2009 09:37 PM

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[quote=Scott982;4133896]I would sell it and buy a bike that is already setup as well. I spent way to much money setting up my old YZ450f.[/quote]

And im loving every minute of it, hehe. I gotta say it IS one hell of a build and everyone around here loves it. Most of the guys cant get over the fact that its a YZ and not a WR. When u say YZ they think MX and they just drool over it, LoL.......Every where i go i have to keep a very close eye on her. Too many people around here with sticky fingers. Oh yeah and she sleeps next to the other babies in the garage. So yeah i've been takin good care of her for you.....=-)

How the F4izzy been treating you? I hope as well as the tard as been treating me....=-)

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Scott982 09-21-2009 10:15 PM

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[QUOTE=ReSpECT;4134224]And im loving every minute of it, hehe. I gotta say it IS one hell of a build and everyone around here loves it. Most of the guys cant get over the fact that its a YZ and not a WR. When u say YZ they think MX and they just drool over it, LoL.......Every where i go i have to keep a very close eye on her. Too many people around here with sticky fingers. Oh yeah and she sleeps next to the other babies in the garage. So yeah i've been takin good care of her for you.....=-)

How the F4izzy been treating you? I hope as well as the tard as been treating me....=-)
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I love the f4i. It was so nice to start a build with a minty bike. It's all setup now and I ride it all the time. Sorry Bklynlod I am done thread jacking now...lol

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702BOYZ 09-22-2009 10:12 AM

Re: Help, CRF450R Supermoto setup
 
Yeah can still stunt on knobbies. There is alot of people who do it. I personally like street tires.

Bklynlod 09-22-2009 12:24 PM

Re: Help, CRF450R Supermoto setup
 
[quote=702BOYZ;4134859]Yeah can still stunt on knobbies. There is alot of people who do it. I personally like street tires.[/quote]


Sounds good. I'll get started then.

Scott, it's cool homie. that F4i looks sick!!!!


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