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say if i ordered a wr crank setup from my local dealer,
what is everything i need for it,
crank, rod, piston i know for sure,
does this come with a wrist pin , rings,
or do i need to order them aswell.
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PM BansheeBC. He's a Yamaha dealer and he told me 355 for everything you need. He said that included gaskets and everything.
 

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I bought the Kit from BansheeBC, it had everything I needed. All in all it had the pistion, rings, crank, left side cover seal, right side cover seal, clutch cover seal, wrist pins for piston, and the Yamabond gasket sealer. I might have forgotten something but you get the point. It had everything.


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thanks, i live in canada so i was thinking shipping might be an issue due to the weight, does anyone know approx what that package from bansheebc weighs so i can at least get an idea what the shipping costs will be,
 

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Bob ships all over the world.
Its my understanding you dont want a yz piston, unless you add a spacer.
Its my understanding the WR and YZ piston have a diffrent wristpin location. Thats what makes Bobs deal so sweet. Just drop in and go.
These are not Yamaha factory trained specs, just what i have learned.
 

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pro450 said:
i would use a cp piston from ron woods you will need to buy a yz dirt bike piston $268
You can't use CP piston with WR crank they are diff.
only YZ or WR (same piston) with WR Crank, and should be from 2004 model
 

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I'm using WR crank with YZ490 big bore kit.
 

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That is correct you can use a CP,wiseco or whoever makes pistons, just make sure its for a yz/wr dirtbike with 18mm wrist pin, and your good to go, i just supply the factory piston because its most of the time what people want, 12.5:1 compression, and there inexpensive, so its coo, package only weighs about 9 pounds i would say, and shipping to canada is not a problem, i can use ups or post office, just takes a little longer with the post office

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