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I'd imagine if probably need them revalved for my height and weight. I'm 250lbs. Right?Look at this. Easy, plentiful, cheap, and will suit your needs. Get GBC tires; Affordable and GREAT TIRES. You're new so click on the ORANGE. http://www.ktmatvhq.com/forum/outla...ocks-outlaw-525s-love-way-sits-rides-now.html
I'm wondering if I should go with the wider a-arms and the 450r shocks or keep my stock a-arms, use the 450 shocks, and go with a wheel spacer.The YFZ450 shocks are around 15 1/2. The YFZ450r are 18+. This is eye to eye.
Any year YFZ450 and YFZ450X will work with stock a-arms.
I would say only use the YFZ450R if you're going +2 a-arms.
YFZ450 = 46"
YFZ450X = 46"
YFZ450R = 48 1/2 +
In your opinion, with me being a 250lb guy, will I need to have the Yfz shocks revalved? Should I send out the yfz shocks and my stock outlaw rear shock for a revalved so they can be matched up?For trail riding my opinion would be keep the stock arms and use yfz450 shocks. Stay away from the wheel spacers. The stock width of your S is wide enough.
Save the money. The shocks will be a great improvement for your needs. If you widen the arms you will have to get an axle. This is expensive. You could use the money for a head/intake. This is an area on the Polaris that needs attetion.
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That's awesome news on the shocks!Stock YFZ450 shocks can handle 250 lbs. easily for trail riding. If you were mx racing I would send out to be reworked.
I do think the spacers would be a waste.
I would immediately change your k&n filter to a FOAM filter for your riding; insurance for your head. It protects against dust better than what you have.
The mods you have are good. Get the shocks and you're set.
What you referring to in regards to FCI? I'm not following.Stock height should do well although they are adjustable.
K&N is best in the dunes. Almost all trail riders prefer Foam due to dust.
Make sure your foam filter will fit your intake. FCI carries them. Just received one for YFZ450R Saturday.
Check ebay....I through FCI, check their website out too.
There is a Polaris forum that will really help you out too. I'll try to post the link. www.polarisproriders.com