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Just go a ESR 325 kit from the USA.

heaps better !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Suncity yamaha in townsville have just built one


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I have a esr 325 kit on mine

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$2200 bux for a GYTR kit ?? Man, thats expensive.
Even KTM parts are cheaper than that !!!
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I have a esr 325 kit on mine

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What's yours like, Brutus?
Was it a straight bolt on and go, or did you have to muck around with squish or compression ratios?
Easy enough to jet?

Haven't heard the best reports of the ESR kits in Aus
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I did a 2000 yz 290 back in the day .. great power and a really good bottom end .

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gibbit do you still have your old cylinder from your old bike that you replaced?


Yeah mate I do.
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Yeah mate I do.
have you thought about sending that to TSP and getting it set up for a 300 YZX kit as cost over the GYTR kit
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have you thought about sending that to TSP and getting it set up for a 300 YZX kit as cost over the GYTR kit


No not really. I'll get Finke out of the way then start looking into costs and options.
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What's yours like, Brutus?
Was it a straight bolt on and go, or did you have to muck around with squish or compression ratios?
Easy enough to jet?

Haven't heard the best reports of the ESR kits in Aus
depends on how you set it up Hoppy, there are two porting configurations enduro and MX, I have S7 type-enduro, I bought it with the full knowledge you are essentially buying a short motor and it needs setting up.

After 4 years I am more than happy with mine, I think if I had bee closer to Dave it could have been better, but all in all it is a torque monster that refuses to stall and has that direct link from right wrist to rear wheel. No nasty surprises in the power delivery.
But as I said treat it as s tarting point.
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