YZ 450 23/24 Waterspout

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If you've ever wondered if the exhaust pipe on your 23/24 YZ 450 could melt the plastic OEM waterspout, we have engineered our own custom billet aluminum waterspout to prevent this from happening.

*Please be aware that the colors of our products may vary slightly due to the production process.

Please Refer to our Install Sheet for more information

How to install

⚠ WARNING: Installing these parts improperly can damage your motorcycle, cause a crash, serious injury, or death.


Before you start:

Read these instructions and those in the OEM Service Manual for removing and installing any part as applicable. You need the OEM Service Manual for the proper procedures for the removal of parts, installation, and torque values or specifications.


⚠ Disclaimer: If you feel uncomfortable at all following these procedures, seek a professional mechanic for these modifications. We highly recommend you have these procedures and modifications professionally done. Proceed at your own risk!


Tools & Supplies Required: (not supplied)

  • Common hand tools (e.g., wrenches, sockets, etc.)


⚠ CAUTION: Before you begin working, be sure you are wearing eye protection and gloves.


Removal:

  1. Drain the engine's coolant.
  2. Remove the seat.
  3. Disconnect the battery.
  4. Disconnect the Coolant Temperature Sensor.
  5. Remove the Exhaust Header.
  6. Remove the OEM Waterspout and disconnect the coolant hose.


Installation:

  1. Install coolant hose to the new Waterspout and tighten the hose clamp.
  2. Install the new Waterspout and O-ring into the head, ensuring it's firmly seated and bolted in to the OEM Service Manual's specifications.
  3. Connect the Coolant Temperature Sensor and secure it with the retaining clip.
  4. Reconnect the battery, reinstall the seat, and refill with the proper coolant.



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    Jonboy1203
    Excellent product

    Definitely beats the plastic OEM waterspout hands down.

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    John Moreno
    2024 yz450fx

    Easy install, fits perfect and no more plastic part

    Description

    If you've ever wondered if the exhaust pipe on your 23/24 YZ 450 could melt the plastic OEM waterspout, we have engineered our own custom billet aluminum waterspout to prevent this from happening.

    *Please be aware that the colors of our products may vary slightly due to the production process.

    Please Refer to our Install Sheet for more information

    How to install

    ⚠ WARNING: Installing these parts improperly can damage your motorcycle, cause a crash, serious injury, or death.


    Before you start:

    Read these instructions and those in the OEM Service Manual for removing and installing any part as applicable. You need the OEM Service Manual for the proper procedures for the removal of parts, installation, and torque values or specifications.


    ⚠ Disclaimer: If you feel uncomfortable at all following these procedures, seek a professional mechanic for these modifications. We highly recommend you have these procedures and modifications professionally done. Proceed at your own risk!


    Tools & Supplies Required: (not supplied)

    • Common hand tools (e.g., wrenches, sockets, etc.)


    ⚠ CAUTION: Before you begin working, be sure you are wearing eye protection and gloves.


    Removal:

    1. Drain the engine's coolant.
    2. Remove the seat.
    3. Disconnect the battery.
    4. Disconnect the Coolant Temperature Sensor.
    5. Remove the Exhaust Header.
    6. Remove the OEM Waterspout and disconnect the coolant hose.


    Installation:

    1. Install coolant hose to the new Waterspout and tighten the hose clamp.
    2. Install the new Waterspout and O-ring into the head, ensuring it's firmly seated and bolted in to the OEM Service Manual's specifications.
    3. Connect the Coolant Temperature Sensor and secure it with the retaining clip.
    4. Reconnect the battery, reinstall the seat, and refill with the proper coolant.