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 Rebuild Time KLX 450R 
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Post Re: Rebuild Time KLX 450R
G'day Craig,
Nice work, sounds like you got a fair run from your TI valves anyway. Did you only adjust them once?
Do you notice the power change?
Cheers Paul

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Thu 12 Aug, 2010 8:47 am
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Yea Paul just adjusted the once, they moved pretty quickly again after that so didn't bother adjusting again. After new valves and seats done only got 10hrs and 1 inlet gone again the other hasn't moved, guess i got a bad one. SS valves now available, weren't on the first rebuild so there going in now.


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Post Re: Rebuild Time KLX 450R
Number 1 (Right side) inlet on my klx seems to be on the move. whatching very closly every ride.....


Tue 25 Jan, 2011 11:19 am
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Post Re: Rebuild Time KLX 450R
First look at this thread Craig , the KLX is a nice bike and will be a sweet ride once again hello2

cheers for the loaner that day... much appreciated icon_thumright


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Post Re: Rebuild Time KLX 450R
Just pulled mine down, @ 108 hrs, pretty much the same story, worn out intake valves, good exhaust valves. Any idea who supplies the stainless valves?


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Breeny wrote:
Just pulled mine down, @ 108 hrs, pretty much the same story, worn out intake valves, good exhaust valves. Any idea who supplies the stainless valves?


Breeny, before committing to Stainless valves, have a ring around a few head tuners.

Delwest Titanium valves are proving to be so reliable, that they are being used instead of Stainless in many applications. Delwest are simply the best titanium valves that money can buy and are used as OEM in KTM's, Bergs and the later Huskys. These valves are lasting as long as Stainless without the downside of Stainless.

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