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How much horsepower does a 2006 YZ450F have?

How much horsepower does a 2006 YZ450F have?

First, the engine displacement was increased with 449 cc in compliance to the new AMA Motocross maximum displacement rule, the engine now produced over 52 hp (39 kW). Next, the frame and plastic were updated for a new, sleeker look.

How much does a 2006 YZ450F weight?

2006 Yamaha YZ 450 F specifications, pictures, reviews and rating

General information
Diameter: 245 mm (9.6 inches)
Physical measures and capacities
Dry weight: 99.8 kg (220.0 pounds)
Seat height: 998 mm (39.3 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.

Does a 2006 YZ450F have electric start?

Can you put a electric start on a 2006 YZ450F? Yes. Buy a donor WR450, remove and dismantle your motor, switch your crank, clutch transmission cylinder and head from the YZ motor to the WR motor, install the WR motor in your YZ.

When should a 4 stroke bottom end be rebuilt?

The bottom end on a four-stroke engine can typically see 100 hours of life, however, to be on the safe side, most riders will rebuild it at approximately the 80-hour mark. Again, when you’re rebuilding the bottom end, always rebuild the top end and throw in a new piston at the same time.

What is a 2006 YZ450F worth?


Suggested List Price Average Retail
Base Price $6,899 $1,220
Options (Add)
Total Price $6,899 $1,220

What oil does a 2006 YZ450F take?

Yamalube Oil Change Kit 10W-50 for Yamaha YZ450F 2003-2009.

Does a 2004 YZ450F have electric start?

Can you electric start a YZ450F? Yes. But a much cheaper solution would be to buy the new Yamaha WR450, which comes with all the electric start hardware already attached, and turn it into a YZ450.

Can you add electric start to a dirt bike?

Adding electric start to a bike not designed for electric start is certainly possible. Just about anything is possible with enough time and money. But in this case, it wouldn’t be worth it. It would probably cost you twice what the bike is worth to do the job.

Is it cheaper to rebuild a 2 stroke or 4 stroke?

Two-stroke engines are noisier and produce more exhaust fumes but have more power being lightweight making them a popular choice for racing. They’re also cheaper to maintain and easier to rebuild when necessary. Four-stroke engines are heavier and provide less power.

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