shock, ensuring proper function of suspension components. The gas tank is a fake. The underside is completely
cut out to fit the frame better. There is a custom aluminum
fuel cell in the airbox.
Jason is not only the rider, but also does all the welding
on his bike at the Team Action Machine headquarters in
West Bountiful, Utah.
The front and rear suspension are straight off a production Yamaha YZ450F. Both the forks and shock have
custom internal springs to handle the extra weight and
higher speeds associated with the bike. They have also
been re-valved to handle the ledges and walls riders often
encounter in professional hill-climbing events. Extensions
on the swingarm range from 66 to 80 inches long from
Jason Smith soars over the top of a
monster hill aboard his 165-horsepower,