The transfer rod is in the back of the rear suspension. It allows the weight to shift to the back so you get better traction. Yamaha's set-up sucks!!! So a few after market companies have designed better ones that actually allow the weight to transfer!
Just make sure when you get them you get your adjustments right. If you don't you could end up cracking your W-Arm. The most important points are that you don't have your coupling too tight and that the upper gap is not too small. The adjustment of the rods may go beyond the limits of the skid so keep this in mind. I have Bender rods, I cracked the W-Arm and a friend of mine did damage to his track. This not because of the rods, its because of the way they were adjusted. When you get the measure them up to your old rods. Make sure the coupling is the same and that you only increase the upper gap from the stock measurements. Never decrease the upper gap from the stock measurements.
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