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I know there are still officially no GYT-R parts available for the WR250X/R, but I can tell you for sure that the following items will fit just fine:
GYT-1P607-10-AL = Oil Drain Plug (w/ magnet)
GYT-2S235-01 = Oil Fill Cap
GYT-5XC35-32-AL = 32mm Timing Hole Plug
GYT-2S235-14-AL = 14mm Timing Hole Plug
Expensive "bling", I know, but working at the shop, I got a serious discount. If I had to pay retail, I would buy the Timing Hole Plugs (Zeta) from Wheelingcyclesupply. Any oil fill cap for a YZF should work, and the oil drain plug if officially for a TTR.



 

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Thanks for the update. please find a way to get some carbon fiber frame gueards. at 3200 miles i have a little bit of wear on the frame near my ankles
 

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Look back on the porn pics forum. Y's gear has some awesome carbon fiber frame guards and glide plate. Lets get a group buy going!!! Ill call Forrest and see if he can help. Try to get a count on who wants them:clap: lets do this
 

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Thanks for the update. please find a way to get some carbon fiber frame gueards. at 3200 miles i have a little bit of wear on the frame near my ankles
I use Michelin man stickers for now. :) got 20 for free. Keep changing them as needed. wore one out so far.
 

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Well it is hex shaped so I guess an allen is what you want. Althought you could jam anything in there to tighten it I guess. It doesn't have to be torqued very tight. I didn't have a 9/16" allen so I used a bolt with a 9/16" head and a pair of vise grips to tighten it. You only need a few ft/lbs of torque on that plug. I just hand tightened it nice and snug.
 

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I sure hope you aren't actually a yamaha tech. These bikes use ALL metric fastners, it is not 9/16".:headshake
No shit Sherlock. Would you feel better if I said 14mm? Its damn near the same size. And like I said I didn't have an allen that size, so I used the head of a 9/16" bolt. Something YOU probably wouldn't have thought of.

And yes, I am a tech, just not on bikes. Doesn't mean I don't know how to turn a wrench or make use of my years of knowledge. I doubt you would have thought of using a bolt head to tighten a 14mm timing plug. You probably would have gone and bought a big wrench that you would never ever use again. I, on the other hand, saved the money on the useless tool, bought myself some beers and got the job done for free.
 

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Keep it together:)

No shit Sherlock. Would you feel better if I said 14mm? Its damn near the same size. And like I said I didn't have an allen that size, so I used the head of a 9/16" bolt. Something YOU probably wouldn't have thought of.

And yes, I am a tech, just not on bikes. Doesn't mean I don't know how to turn a wrench or make use of my years of knowledge. I doubt you would have thought of using a bolt head to tighten a 14mm timing plug. You probably would have gone and bought a big wrench that you would never ever use again. I, on the other hand, saved the money on the useless tool, bought myself some beers and got the job done for free.
 
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