Bike Dissected: Active8 Yamalube WR450F

1 year ago | Photos: John Pearson Media

With the release of what is thought to be one of Yamaha’s most important bikes to date, the 2019 WR450F, we take a look at a very special one. Josh Green has been racing with the Active8 Yamaha team for 8 years now, so it’s safe to say he knows his way around a WR, and his team know how to set-up a bike specifically to suit his riding style. So without further ado, let’s take a look at how the Active8 Yamaha team have made, what is already an awesome bike straight out of the box, and fine-tuned it to Greeny’s style…

The Rundown


Head: Standard
Piston: Standard
Cams: GYTR Exhaust Cam Only
ECU: Standard Tuned

Exhaust: Akrapovic
Airfilter: Funnel Web
Fuel: 98 pump
Spark Plug: NGK
Engine Covers: GYTR


Fork: KYB
Shock: KYB
Linkage: Standard

Handlebars: Neken SFH
Grips: Neken
Levers: Standard

Tyres: Michelin
Sprockets: JTR sprockets
Chain: DID

Seat Cover: GYTR/Topline desert spec
Rotor: Standard Front/GYTR rear
Graphics: Uber Graphics


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