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Re: Read Me: Things you want to know about using YFZ 450 Shocks on a Raptor 660

i just bought a 660 raptor and it has upgraded yfz 450 shocks they ride like a dream.....i strongly suggest them
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do you happen to have any pics of the front so i can check out the ride height? Looks likes my next project!!
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thanx i think it was everyone wonder
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Re: Read Me: Info about YFZ 450 Shocks on a Raptor 660

i have recently gotten into sport quads. i baught an 04 660 limited edition. since i bought it i have put a procom cdi, jetted carbs, ready filters with no air box lid, yosh rs-3 full exhaust and a barnett dirt digger clutch. its pretty quick for now. but i was told that not only the shocks from a YFZ will fit but the A-arms will as well as a cheap way to get a little more width out of the front. if anyone knows for sure and could let me know that would be great. because i have a chance to get some YFZ A-arms and shocks for cheap

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Re: Read Me: Info about YFZ 450 Shocks on a Raptor 660

Anyway we can get these pictures updated? Also I just bought a set on ebay for $185 shipped . I'm thinking about making newer stronger a-arm mounts for the shocks (stock a-arms). This way the shock won't need any modding. I'll post pictures when I'm done. (next week)

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Re: Read Me: Info about YFZ 450 Shocks on a Raptor 660

Anyone have the pics? If you need a host send them to me and I will host them and post them up. Thanks

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Re: Read Me: Info about YFZ 450 Shocks on a Raptor 660

i have messed with my 450 fronts, and now i forgot the stock seting can some one please post the stock setings for both screws
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Re: Read Me: Info about YFZ 450 Shocks on a Raptor 660

picked up some 450 shocks and would appreciate an update on the pictures for installation.
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Re: Read Me: Info about YFZ 450 Shocks on a Raptor 660

Maddog has msgd me about rehosting the pics a couple times and I keep forgetting. I'll look for them when I get home tonight and put them back up.
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Re: Read Me: Info about YFZ 450 Shocks on a Raptor 660

Just did the swap and took a ride on a MX track, results .................. WOW !!!!!!!!!!!! Can't believe this is a raptor. Made a way bigger difference than I anticipated. Not only that they perform much better they also look way better than the stock shocks. My Raptor is now way less tipsy and does not nose dive and hooks up much better when cornering. Got the shocks on Ebay for 175$ so by far the best modification for the money.. took me maybe 2-3 hours to install nothing complicated just have to take the time to do it.

Thanks for all the info guys


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