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12/6/2019 3:46 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/6/2019 3:47 PM

hi is 20 450 honda the most tunable bike today? i mean is the bike if you want spend money you can find everything to suit it how you like?

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12/6/2019 4:16 PM

They are all equally “tunable”. What’s your favorite color? If you have money to spend, you can make any of them suit you.

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12/6/2019 4:25 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/6/2019 4:27 PM

YZ250 two stroke is probably the most "tunable" bike today in terms of having broad aftermarket support as described in o.p.

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12/6/2019 6:14 PM

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12/7/2019 4:20 AM

Dirty Points wrote:

YZ250 two stroke is probably the most "tunable" bike today in terms of having broad aftermarket support as described in o.p.

X2. I’ve had tons of new bikes, and the yz250 is by far the best bike I have owned. Currently have a 2017.

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12/7/2019 5:51 AM

Dirty Points wrote:

YZ250 two stroke is probably the most "tunable" bike today in terms of having broad aftermarket support as described in o.p.

cody41 wrote:

X2. I’ve had tons of new bikes, and the yz250 is by far the best bike I have owned. Currently have a 2017.

What are the hot tips for the yz 250?

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12/7/2019 10:26 AM

I feel like by definition the new Honda 250/450f are the most tunable since you can do it with a smartphone

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12/7/2019 10:31 AM
Edited Date/Time: 12/7/2019 10:38 AM

Dirty Points wrote:

YZ250 two stroke is probably the most "tunable" bike today in terms of having broad aftermarket support as described in o.p.

cody41 wrote:

X2. I’ve had tons of new bikes, and the yz250 is by far the best bike I have owned. Currently have a 2017.

ratonmacias wrote:

What are the hot tips for the yz 250?

Changing out the power bands will make a huge difference. I prefer the white one.
GYTR makes them. Not exactly cheap...

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12/7/2019 12:47 PM

The honest answer to the guy’s question is...

No. KTM & Husqvarna are probably the “most tunable”. But, hey, that’s just me.

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12/7/2019 12:58 PM
Edited Date/Time: 12/7/2019 1:00 PM

mg311 wrote:

hi is 20 450 honda the most tunable bike today? i mean is the bike if you want spend money you can find everything to suit it how you like?

I own a 2020 Honda, I can say yes, especially if you use Twisted development's maps, plus suspension is easily tunable.....is it a difficult bike to setup....yes it can be...it is a bit on razor edge, what works for one track one day may need tuning for the next day....however, by god its fast

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Current rides: 2020 CRF450RWE and 2019 TC300
Occasional ride for VMX: 1985 CR500RF
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12/7/2019 1:05 PM

Um. The yamahas have a free tuner app for your phone...i realize their plastics aren't red, but i think most tunable has to be yamaha...

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12/7/2019 2:28 PM

yz133rider wrote:

Um. The yamahas have a free tuner app for your phone...i realize their plastics aren't red, but i think most tunable has to be yamaha...

Depends how you define tunable eh? if maps only then yeah Yamaha has an advantage there

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Current rides: 2020 CRF450RWE and 2019 TC300
Occasional ride for VMX: 1985 CR500RF
Adventure/Road bike: CRF1000L

12/7/2019 5:41 PM

Dirty Points wrote:

YZ250 two stroke is probably the most "tunable" bike today in terms of having broad aftermarket support as described in o.p.

cody41 wrote:

X2. I’ve had tons of new bikes, and the yz250 is by far the best bike I have owned. Currently have a 2017.

ratonmacias wrote:

What are the hot tips for the yz 250?

BRP rubber top clamp, +1 on rear sprocket, 10-6mm of fork height are key. Everything else is just extra. I run an exhaust, reed, and pro pegs.

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12/7/2019 5:46 PM

KTM bro. And it’s not even close bro.

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