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post #3 of (permalink) Old 07-27-2003, 03:50 PM
96warrior
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Re: yamaha warrior big bore

I ordered all my stuff through wb, and had it set up locally.

440 lift cam, arias 10.5 to 1 piston(you can also go 12 to 1 if you want, and they have different bore sizes), kibble white valves, valve springs, heavy duty cam chain, big gun complete exhaust, dyno jet kit, proflow, air box vents (when I need to run a lid) chain and sprockets, (went to a 14 tooth up front) Had the head ported, and installed a dirt digger clutch kit, with heavier clutch springs.

I have done a few more things since then, but there kit offered in the back of the catalog will make it ripp pretty good.

Duncan also offers a good complete kit similar to this, and they have a money back garuantee on there motor work.

Being friends with you local tuner always helps though, I don't harldy have to pay any labor costs, so if I can't fix it, it goes to him. [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]
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