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Stallard® Micro Sprint 2006-up Yamaha Engine Mount Slider Kit
Stallard® Micro Sprint 2006-up Yamaha Engine Mount Slider Kit

Stallard® Micro Sprint 2006-up Yamaha Engine Mount Slider Kit

R6 Yamaha YZF, Sprint Racing Application Compatibility, Aluminum Mount Material, Anodized

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Stallard® Micro Sprint 2006-up Yamaha Engine Mount Slider Kit
Stallard® Micro Sprint 2006-up Yamaha Engine Mount Slider Kit
Stallard® Micro Sprint 2006-up Yamaha Engine Mount Slider Kit
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Stallard® Micro Sprint 2006-up Yamaha Engine Mount Slider Kit
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Application Compatibility:
Sprint Racing
Mount Material:
Aluminum
Mount Finish:
Anodized
Hardware Included:
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This kit includes machined aluminum plates with a black anodize finish, and everything else needed to easily adjust the chain and motor. Designed to work with pre-2015 Stallard® chassis.

  • Includes everything needed to easily adjust the chain and engine
  • Fits pre-2015 Stallard® chassis
  • Yamaha applications

 

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