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Figured I would share a pic of the semi-finished LTZ525 build. If I could upload a video, I would share the first start up on it. Came together well after a few years of parts hunting^^ Many guys contributed to this build. kfxguy supplied the heart of the build, big ups to him for passing along the giant to me!!!

If you dream it, it will come!!! Build on guys!! brappppppppp!!!

Parts list below:

Billet Ice Cube 96mm
Cp piston 13:1 comp %
Webs cams custom grinds 540/539
Adjustable sprockets
RD valve springs
Titanium valves
Titanium wrist pin
Cometic cylinder spacer
+10mm Falicon crank and custom long rod
Heavily ported and modified head
Custom longer timing chain
Modified ACCT 3 tines removed
KW Titanium spring retainers
Head studs
Barnett carbon fiber clutch
Custom billet brake pedal
Direct Drive Clutch lockout (does not affect drivability at all)
Custom quick change clutch cover
Custom modified hsr 48mm carb with dial-a-jet
Powder coated cases
Powder coated clear on the billet cylinder
Powder coated side covers
Custom engine plugs
Stainless bolt kit
TT flywheel
FCI intake with K&N/Outerwears
Dyna programmable ignition and custom tuned curves(tuned at the dyno)
Heavy duty starter clutch
Burgard swingarm with custom dual row pivot bearings
Gaffer wave rotors front/rear
Goldspeed beadlocks with carbon rings(dual rear single front) with mud plugs
Houser+2 Long Travel a arms
Lonestar billet front hubs
Elka stage 3 LT front shocks with guards(19.25 e2e)
Hess XC 101mm billet rear link
Lonestar +3 axle with LSR billet carrier
Brand new wiring harness
LSR+1 steering stem
Rox 3.5" Pivot risers
Modquad extended billet thumber with billet cover
Pro taper Contour CR mid bend fatty bars with ODI grips/donuts
Streamline billetanium 11 way rebuildable stablizer
Streamline front and rear steel braided brake lines/billet clamps
YFZ450r dual piston front calipers
GTT poly belly skid
OMF radiator scoops
C4 silicone rad hoses
Steamline braided cables throttle and clutch(brand new)
MZM billet sprocket guard(brand new)
EK xring chain with JT sprockets
Fourwerx CF hood(brand new)
ASV levers
Ballistic EVO3 Battery system(brand new)
Projector HALO pods lights
Yoshimura Bumpers(brand new and RARE)
Full Empire exhaust(brand new)
Brand new tires still have titties
D-flex hand guards
Pro Armor race peg full nerfs with custom nets
American star HD tie rods/ends(brand new
 

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Almost sounds too nice to ride!
 

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Yea man...And it kinda hurts to ride it now too. Gotta have a deathgrip on the bars every time you stab that thumber lol
 
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I have evolved an interesting habit through out the year around this site : every year on my birthday day = I have to log in here and check everything and check everyone this site is GOLD!

And here is the good old lady, how she is sitting on my birthday (repaired and replaced faulty valves few days ago, but now the engine "run-off" switch decided to die just yesterday so I have to source the little switch!

And yeah, she's sitting in my Truck bed just right from the workshop!


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I know it's NOT a Z nor a Suzuki, but since it was spied in the other pictures, then here it's, my newest toy : 2003 Yamaha Banshee, why 03? Because it color matched my LTZ400 color theme!

It was in a very rough shape when i bought her, now I can't get enough of her!

Still I need to fix too many things! Graphics and nerf bars are coming too quick!!


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Look at that shorty pipe!
Haha yeah dude, I was not very impressed with the stock size Sparks Exhaust, and back then there was some trend of shorty exhausts, so I crazily got mine cut in a random mufflers shop I like the way it looks and it's low rpm rumble, but WOT high rpms is definitely unbelievably noisy... Like VERY ear deafing noisy !

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