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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-15-2008, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
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Can the Pro Shop help a guy out on a YZ426 light kit? I want to convert my MX bike over for more trail riding and would like to add a big ass 8" light onto it...but I need to get the stator worked out and anything else... need help. Also a heavier fly wheel and larger rear sprocket and maybe a 03' WR450 exhaust cam so I can lose the compression release.
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Can the Pro Shop help a guy out on a YZ426 light kit? I want to convert my MX bike over for more trail riding and would like to add a big ass 8" light onto it...but I need to get the stator worked out and anything else... need help. Also a heavier fly wheel and larger rear sprocket and maybe a 03' WR450 exhaust cam so I can lose the compression release.
Ricky Stator prob has that stuff for the electrical. Actually one of the 7" checkers would work great Moss.

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we do light conversions all the time and we always update ex cams on the early yz/wr. we do just about everything dirt related

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Eline has a pretty slick kit. you wont need a heavier flywheel the stator works pretty good at taking care of this issue
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Ricky Stator prob has that stuff for the electrical. Actually one of the 7" checkers would work great Moss.

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the problem with running a hid is you have to have a constant supply of power. that means battery, not a lot of room on the 426 i guess anything can be done its just a lot of work makijg it all fit!

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the problem with running a hid is you have to have a constant supply of power. that means battery, not a lot of room on the 426 i guess anything can be done its just a lot of work makijg it all fit!
Ya I hear ya... I looked and have no idea where you would hide a 12v battery... maybe a 9v Duracell is all. So is halogen the ticket? Can you shoot me a PM with an estimate on the ex cam and getting me wired for a 12v light... I'll find the light and bracketry and finish it up.
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Ya I checked with them. They never made a kit for the 2001 YZ426. There was a company that did I found online but it is discontinued and you need to hunt a used unit down on Ebay or the likes. It seems to me that the WR426 kit would be a direct bolt on. I need to do some reading.
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if you go to thumpertalk.com i bet you can find some good info from that site.

my kit is a electrix kit not sure if they are still making it the battery sits in the unit on the bars behind the light and the others go in the air box on some of the other kits
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