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My winter rebuild.

Well here is the end result of my winter rebuild. I bought the beast new in 2006 and was contemplating this last summer of buying a new honda or making the ltr reliable again. I went with the obvious, to me, choice - put more money in the LTR!!

New OEM parts:

-Fuel cock assy bowl and filter
-Fuel lines
-Fuel Pressure regulator
-Fuel Pump, not really OEM but the ebay version
-Throttle body and injector
-Couple new relay assy
-New wiring harness
-Bunch of other little stuff

Aftermarket:

-New motor from Yoshi, with kick start, "Stage 3" funness- cam, port, piston whatever else they do, all Hinson components, KMS shift pin.
-Dynojet PC V from FUEL MOTO - Replaced the Yoshi PIM
-Dyno'd at beaverton honda

-Factory Effex seat cover
-Rocky mountain number plate decals- $35 for all three, sweet deal
-CV4 Radiator Hose
-Tusk Radiator Cap
-Maxxis RAZR MX rear tires
-Maxxis RAZR Cross front tires
-DWT rear beadlocks wheels
-DWT black front wheels
-Houser Nerf Bars- replaced the old AC bars
-Repack Yoshi Pipe
-Motion pro throttle and clutch cable
-Bike master kill switch
-TM Designworks Chain Guide
-Dirtfiend Frame Grip tape
-IMS tank
-Inline fuel filter
-Bunch o bearings,
-chain, sprockets, case saver.

Next is long travel. I have been racing "A" class since I bought this and tell myself every year I'm buying suspension- but this is the year. Planning on going PEP, not sure on a-arms- either Houser or Walsh.

Anybody have any experience with Six5Design? Six 5 Design Llc - Atv Suspension, Fabrication, Metal Fabrication
They look pretty sweet.

Let me what you think

Thanks everybody - could not have an LTR without this website!
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LTR looks good! One thing I noticed though, it looks like you are running OEM lug nuts. I would switch over to a flat lug nut or you may ruin your new DWT wheels.

Thanks to my 2016 sponsors...Fasst Co, Spy Optics, ODI Grips, AXO, Twin Air, Renthal Chainwheels, DRD exhaust, GBC tires, Replay XD, sixsixone, Leatt Protectives, sixsixone and Powermadd. Great quality and awesome support!
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Local auto parts store should have some black ones

Even come with a kit for conical adapter / washer, which of course you won't need for those wheels


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I was wondering that when I installed the wheels. Thanks guys.

Mid complete rebuild of my LTR again..... So far I have a Yoshi complete built, kicker kit, hinson components litteraly brand new motor. Thats as far as i have got this 2016 rebuild.
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