What s a good cheeper replacement shock for the front and rear for the raptor... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

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What's a good/cheeper replacement shock for the front and rear for the raptor 350? My buddy just picked this one up recently. He is looking for something that would be a little softer. This thing seams to ride pretty rough. I swapped out my warrior stocks for the raptor 660r rear shock and banshee fronts. They really soak up a lot of the small rough stuff. It's so much smoother now. I wasn't sure if they would fit his raptor 350 or not, or if there is a better option that's not gona cost $1,000. Looking at more like a few hundred total.

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Well I pulled the main jet from my old maikuni and it s a 150 this bitch likes... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

Well I pulled the main jet from my old maikuni and it's a 150.......this bitch likes gas I guess...so I'm gonna throw that jet in the New carb after I clean it up.......i just can't believe how much of a jet change this thing required...like I'm thinking pretty much stock...shouldnt need a jet.........did the first two heat cycles.....was going good.......third heat cycle...bike said fuck you ..jet me....so ...i kinda think I'm gonna need to up the pilot to a 45....cuz it's falling at such a low rpm....i hear they were lean from the factory

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    So I did my third and final heat cycle today the thing told me very clear it... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

    So I did my third and final heat cycle today.....the thing told me very clear it needs a jetting....the engine runs so good like I listened to it and it's a symphony to me...when I first went to give it some throttle it stumbled hard ...so I adjusted it the best I could with bringing the idle down turning the fuel ratio screw a little and the most I can get out of it is about 1/4 throttle stock jet size ...any advice...im running forged piston..stock cam..ported.head...white brothers e series exhaust and a uni.filter...like I said...little less then quarter throttle....and it stumbles

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      I have an 03 that had a bad rod bearing and the harness was all cut up but it... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

      I have an 03 that had a bad rod bearing and the harness was all cut up but it ran it just hammered real bad. I looked around til I found a running engine from an 03 and bought a harness off eBay also from an 03. I swapped out the motor and it won't run. I know it's an electrical problem . I work a ton so I decided fuck it I'll just take it to a shop. I took it in in November and told them no hurry it's winter but now its not winter so I want my bike fixed and I'm kinda impatient with the shop. Anyone near Akron canton or new philly want to work on this for me? I really want my quad fixed. Thanks in advance. Pm me if you want the job. Chuck

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        Recently picked up another warrior and I m currently in the process of fixing... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

        Recently picked up another warrior and I'm currently in the process of fixing it up to sell it. The main problem with it was that it wouldn't start and I assumed this was a bad connection somewhere. So I cleaned all the connections and replaced the hot lead from the seloniod to the battery. I bought a brand new selonoid and interstate battery as well. Went to try to start it today and the neutral light was on which means it's getting power but when I press start it does t crank over at all, could I have missed something? I already checked as I stated all the connections as well as the fuse, can't be the battery and odds are it isn't the seloniod so what could it be? All help is greatly appreciated.

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          Hi everyone so i think im having some transmission problems right now — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

          Hi everyone, so i think im having some transmission problems right now.....

          So my warrior rides fine in 1st and 2nd gear but as soon as i hit 3rd and 4th gear it starts grinding and doesnt want to gain any speed, when i shift into 5th or 6th gear i dont have any problems anymore and it rides just like it should. I noticed that when i put it into reverse it just goes, i cant stop it. Also, when i push it while im in neutral it goes into gear by itself after i pushed it for maybe 25 feet.

          Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

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            Photos from Evan Ragon's post — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

            Now it's not for sale!! But if I was to sell it what would you guys say it is worth? Like what should I ask? It's stock motor, has motorsport nerf bars, custom aluminum number plate brackets, 2014 kfx450r front shocks, diamond j's widening kit with laser cut powdercoated thicker 1/2" stainless steel custom top shock mount bracket (to except the longer travel suspension), like new tires and that's about it, very clean though and have title.. 2 sets of rear tires one with offset rims with razr's, the other with stock rims and interco swamp lites, the rear is 48" wide with no spacers, the front is 47.5" wide with no spacers

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              Photos from Carl Johnson's post — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

              I have bee in the process of retrofitting a YFZ CDI to my warrior so I can buy a programmable unit, I have all the spare parts needed laying around so I thought I would share my experiment with you guys.

              its been very simple so far I will use the yfz cdi, coil, pickup coil, everything else will be warrior charging/starting/lighting Ect.

              have got the YFZ harness apart and all junk cut out, I have the TORS bypassed, and have the TPS unhooked "should leave it on idle timing curve" for now, I have pickup coil out of donor YFZ motor, I just need to do some soldering and re-loom the harness.

              I'm leaving the stock warrior Harness on the bike for charging and lights Ect. I'm not at all even cutting into my warrior harness, exept changing the pickup coil, which I have 2 CDI's so I might just try the warrior pickup coil. The YFZ and Warrior are both 12Volt CDI so all that is needed to make it run is the battery power to CDI and the pickup coil sensing a metallic object.

              the YFZ pickup coil has a higher 248~372 Ohms and the Warrior is 171~209 Ohms, since I have 2 yfz CDI's I'm almost thinking about trying the warrior pickup coil. and if it fry's the CDI, I have another. lol

              Does anyone know If a lower resistance pickup coil will hurt the CDI? I assume It could, I tested the YFZ pickup coil and its at 290 Ohms, tomorrow I'm going to see how many Ohms the warrior is but if its over 200 I may try it.

              I have tested the CDI and it puts out spark with 12Volts by simulating crank turning by moving a metallic object by the pickup coil!

              For Pinout usage out of the CDI is as follows

              *1) Red/Black wire = Keyed 12V power

              *2) Red wire

              White wire = Pickup Coil

              *3) Orange wire = Coil

              Black wire, ground

              4) White/Black wire = Ignition Sator

              5)light Blue wire = Nuetral switch

              *6)Black/Blue wire =TORS "Closed circuit to run"

              Yellow/Black wire

              7) Blue wire

              yellow wire = TPS "left open circuit"

              blue/Black wire

              *8) Black wire = Ground

              all marked * indicates needed lol,

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                So get this Have a mid 90s warrior When I got it it would go into gear but... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                So get this. Have a mid 90s warrior. When I got it it would go into gear but not move forward or reverse. I checked the clutch and the guy had friction on friction a couple times and the clutch was fried. Put in a new tusk clutch and springs with extra steel in the middle, and worked perfectly for a few days. Now when it warms up, I'm getting the same response are in the beginning. Runs great when cold for a couple mins, then it starts to feel like the clutch lever is partially engaged, then shortly after she won't move at all... any ideas? I've done many clutches in my life an believe it's likely installed properly...

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                  UPDATE. Problem solved cleaned grounds and put new battery in — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                  UPDATE: Problem solved, cleaned grounds and put new battery in!

                  Hey guys, i still got some problems with my warrior. It doesnt crank when i hit the start button, you only hear a click once. Yes, the starter is fine. Fuse is still good, i bypassed it and it still did the same. Clutch switch is bypassed to. Also my neutral light wont turn on, i checked with a new bulb. The reverse light works great. I tried to jump the solenoid with a screwdriver, it only sparks. Tried to jump the battery but it still does the same. The solenoid is brand new btw. Im wondering where all of my grounds need to be at, one of mines was at the wrong spot and i moved it to the right spot (so it could be possible thats not the inly wrong placed ground) The weird thing is that the battery discharged from 12 to 8 volts within 6 days.

                  Any help is appreciated.

                  Thanks in advance!

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                    Just throwing ideas around here since my exhaust already has more holes than... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                    Just throwing ideas around here since my exhaust already has more holes than Swiss cheese if I cut it off and straight piped it with that more likely than not blow my head gasket I've seen a few videos on YouTube of people doing it but I've always thought these smaller Motors if you have no exhaust on them it blows the head gaskets?

                    Starting to think about this due to the fact my exhaust studs look like shit probably will snap if I do a full system and the slip on half of the exhaust has been on there so long I cannot get it to separate

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                        Photos from Zack Hudson's post — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                        So I don't know anything about carbs. This quad had a brand new carb on it when I bought it, but the bike had electrical problems and sat up for a couple months while I sorted through that. Now it will only run if I hold the throttle in a little and it dies as soon as I let off. Every time it dies it burps a little fuel out this hose. What's the problem?

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                          Photos from Christian Dean Salustri's post — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                          Just bought this off my coworker for like a steal i got a new battery and put it in and nothing bikes completely dead i found that there was no fuse coming off the starter solenoid to the bike harness so i fixed that now the bike has power into it but it wont crank seems the"white" relay is missing so im gonna get a 4 pin relay and wire it in. I did test out the relay and i get the relay to click but the bike doesnt crank. Thats as far as i got it tonight. Any ideas i have the wiring diagram the blue/white wire from the starter relay to the starter solenoid has power through it... but it only will click the relay thats it.

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                            I know this is a Yamaha 350 group but couldn t find a Yamaha 250 group — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                            I know this is a Yamaha 350 group, but couldn't find a Yamaha 250 group. Soo. Befor my bros 400 and my 350 warrior. We grew up sharing a new 250 bruin. We blew the piston outve it. And my dad did a top end rebuild. And it never started after that. Sat for about two years. Sucks cuz it was a nice, new quad. That's life. Since the warriors upto par now. And can be ridden daily I'm gonna take my stab at rebuilding the bruin. Has anybody done work to one of these? Anybody got one? Looking for advice and tips. It does have the centrifical clutch, and shaft driven rear end. Anybody with some do's and dont's would benefit greatly.

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                              Photos from Johan de Meer's post — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                              Hey Guys.

                              About 2 months ago i picked up an 2004 Warrior project.

                              Im having some trouble with it,

                              it doesnt crank over and has no spark when pushing it.

                              I already replaced the ignition coil and the starter relay. So that should be fine now.

                              What makes me wonder is that the previous owner almost bypassed everything.

                              The fuse seems to be bypassed, its not there anymore.

                              The parking brake is bypassed.

                              The neutral switch seems to be bypassed because there is no wire anymore on the neutral switch. (Wire is way to short to even reach there)

                              The killswitch is gone (Controls on handlebar replaced with controls from another atv )

                              The neutral relay is missing (not bypassed because the plug with wiring is still there)

                              The starting circuit cut-off relay is gone (Probably bypassed because there is no plug for it anymore as far as i can see)

                              I checked the battery and also checked the sparkplug, both we're fine.

                              Jumped the startermotor, turns over.

                              If anyone of you guys may know what causes these problems, i'd like to hear.

                              Added some pics, as u can see the wiring is totally screwed.

                              Pictures were made before i replaced the starter relay so there is now a wire not going anywhere.

                              Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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                                Hey guys im having trouble with my 01 warrior was wondering if yall can help me — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                Hey guys im having trouble with my 01 warrior was wondering if yall can help me..it back fires threw carb during idle nd some times it dies out it also breaks up wen u press the throttle..it also feels like all the power isnt there???

                                I have put brand new intake boot on

                                Brand new spark plug wire nd coil

                                Disconnected the parking break sensor

                                Checked the timming

                                Brand new one way starter clutch

                                Cleaned the carb

                                Checked compression

                                It does have a dg slip on exhaust with 150 main jet..

                                Nd its still doing the same thing..

                                HELP PLEASE !!!...

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                                  Ok guys i have a 1989 yamaha warrior my dad bought new im pretty attached to it... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                  Ok guys i have a 1989 yamaha warrior my dad bought new, im pretty attached to it for that reason but its getting old and things are wearing out, motor is completely stock never been opened up or touched, ran great until this year it pops and back fires alot and from time to time with the carb off when cranking it over i can feel air blow out the intake, so i checked valve clearances and amazingly they were in spec after all these years, which tells me the valve seats are probly dirty? Ive never messed with the motor on one, so whats a rebuild typically cost if i clean up the valve seats, maybe new valves, and put a new piston in?

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                                    Photos from Joshua Newman's post — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                    Well the seized bottom engine i got on my sons warrior wasnt so seized only had about 1/4 cup of oil in it report was engine is seized tighter then a cats a$$. Pulled head and seen condition of piston figured why not try and rotate and spins freely. Owner said he was running it hard and went to shift to 3rd and it locked up. Found it wouldnt go into nuetral and with cog in nuetral sprocket was still engaged disassembled inspected reassembled all checks ok now dunno bit will find out soon hopefully

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                                      Photos from Matt Cydylo's post — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                      Took the cherry '01 out for a spin yesterday. Got my ass handed to me by a fleet of Z400s, a Raptor 660, and a couple YFZ450s, but it didn't bother me; we all had a blast. The Warior was a barrel of monkeys to ride, held its own in the woods, and handled some decent jumps with aplomb. The perfect intermediate machine for the casual rider like me.

                                      Took it home and did a tandem wash with my '09 Ranger FX4 toy hauler/ daily driver.

                                      One question: Does anyone on here use an aftermarket throttle lever? I'm considering a thumb buddy, but I really don't like the thought of having visible cable ties on such a nice machine.

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                                        Photos from Kendrick Grace's post — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                        I want to share what I've done to my quad. I've never gotten a QOTM and never made it to the elite stage, so before I let it go, I'll make a post. Thanks to Gerald Schüeler, Kyle Goodrich, Trenton Dean, Joseph Jumper, and so so many more people for helping me make this quad one heck of a machine.

                                        Chassis | Suspension | Controls

                                        Frame: Stock

                                        A Arms: Full Flight +2 white

                                        Swingarm: Stock Powdercoated

                                        Steering Stem: Raptor 350, 7/8" to 1-1/8" adapters

                                        Axle: Stock powdercoated

                                        Carrier: Stock with OEM bearings

                                        Locknut: Stock

                                        Hubs F|R: Stock

                                        Bars: Pro Taper EVO Magnesium Pastrana Low MX bend

                                        Throttle/Clutch Lever: Aluminum/MSR Pro Raptor. R350 mod

                                        Grips: ODI Rogue

                                        Nerfs: Alba Alloy

                                        Pegs: Stock

                                        Bumper: Alba Elite black

                                        Grab Bar: Stock

                                        Front Shocks: 08 YFZ450

                                        Rear Shock: Raptor 660 with 350/700 linkage

                                        Brakes: Stock front / YFZ450 Rear conversion

                                        Brake Lines: Stock

                                        Rotors F|R: Stock | Tusk Typhoon

                                        Rims F|R: ITP Baja black 10x5 | ITP Baja black 9x9

                                        Tires F|R: Maxxis Razr2 22x7-10 | Maxxis Razr2 22x11-9

                                        Body

                                        Plastic: Stock grey/red

                                        Dash : None

                                        Graphics|Seat Cover: Red/Black Ceet

                                        Handguards: None

                                        Bar Pad: ProTaper

                                        Fuel Tank: Stock

                                        Skids plates: Tusk Z400 A-Arm, aluminum body, aluminum carrier

                                        Lighting: Stock (works great)

                                        Engine|Drive System

                                        Cylinder Head: Stock

                                        Gaskets: OEM

                                        Piston: Wiseco 10.25:1 83mm

                                        Cam|Valves Springs: NicheCyckes 1557 (HotCams Stage 1) | Kibblewhite springs and Wiseco Valves

                                        Bore & Stroke: Stock

                                        Displacement: 348cc

                                        Carburetor: ZoomZoom clone

                                        Coil: Stock

                                        Spark plug: NGK DR8EA

                                        Stator: OEM

                                        Shifter: IMS Warrior 350

                                        Air Filter|Box: Uni w/ stock cage | stock box

                                        Header|Silencer: DG RCM (old style)

                                        Clutch|Plates|Springs: Stock

                                        Gearing F|R: 13/40

                                        Chain: D.I.D. VX2 X-Ring, DRW case saver

                                        Other: Clutch cover oil cooler

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                                          So i think my starter mightve went out When i try and start the atv i can hear... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                          So i think my starter mightve went out. When i try and start the atv i can hear the starter spinning.

                                          Do they pull the gear in/out to engage? I rigged it so i could see the gear on it. And it spins fine.

                                          Inside the engine in the starter hole i can spin the gear it engages by hand. Im not sure thats how its supposed to be.

                                          What do yall figure is wrong?

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                                            Today will be the day. Have a few odds and ends to wrap up and then fire it up — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                            Today will be the day. Have a few odds and ends to wrap up, and then fire it up. First time in months. Still not completely finished. I have plans for the next rebuild already, but for now it got a refinished frame, new top end rebuild with a port and polish, got a new cylinder and went back to stock bore with a je 12:1 piston instead of my .40 over 10.25:1 wiseco. New heavy duty starter. New oem starter clutch and flywheel. New crank seals. Gaskets all around. New skid plate and went three inches wider in the back. Now I just have to put the exhaust, nerfs and plastics back on. I'll break it in on the jetted stock carb, and sometime this week I'll throw the edelbrock on and that'll be it for winter. Unless I finally pick up a steering stem or some beadlocks... It's come a long way in just under a year. As of now the only things that remain stock are the rims and swing arm. But that too has been refinished.

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                                              I have a stock exhaust and a k n air filter with close air box I Was running a... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                              I have a stock exhaust and a k&n air filter with close air box I Was running a stock 42.5 pilot jet and a 155 main in the carb. Bike was running good. But still showing lean plug.So I put on a 45 pilot jet and a 150main jet and bike runs like shit like it has a big CAM.my bike is all stock except for air filter. Would it be fine if I run stock 42.5 pilot and a 150 main or 155? Let me know ASAP thanks once I change the main bike shouldn't be running lean right? Do I need to ride the bike for hours to check the plug?

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                                                Interesting article I was sent — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                Interesting article I was sent.

                                                Americans waste money on premium fuel,

                                                AAA says According to new research from the American Automobile Association (AAA), American drivers wasted more than $2.1 billion dollars in the last year by using premium-grade gasoline in vehicles designed to run on regular fuel.

                                                With 16.5 million US drivers having used premium fuel despite the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendation in the last 12 months, AAA said it conducted a fuel evaluation to determine what, if any, benefit the practice offers to consumers.

                                                After using industry-standard test protocols designed to evaluate vehicle performance, fuel economy and emissions, AAA found no benefit to using premium gasoline in a vehicle that only requires regular-grade fuel.

                                                John Nielsen, AAA’s managing director of Automotive Engineering and Repair, said: “Drivers see the ‘premium’ name at the pump and may assume the fuel is better for their vehicle. AAA cautions drivers that premium gasoline is higher octane, not higher quality, and urges drivers to follow the owner’s manual recommendations for their vehicle’s fuel.” In partnership with the Automobile Club of Southern California’s Automotive Research Center, AAA tested 87-octane (regular) and 93-octane (premium) gasoline in vehicles equipped with V-8, V-6 or I4 engines

                                                designed to operate on regular-grade fuel. Megan McKernan, manager of the Automobile Club of Southern California’s Automotive Research Center, said: “AAA’s tests reveal that there is no benefit to using premium gasoline in a vehicle that requires regular fuel. Premium gasoline is specifically formulated to be compatible with specific types of engine designs and most vehicles cannot take advantage of the higher octane rating.”

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                                                  I wish I had some members in the Fort Myers Florida area that would be willing... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                  I wish I had some members in the Fort Myers Florida area that would be willing to help me rebuild my motor on my 97 Warrior would much rather have somebody Ben knows and loves these bikes inside and out to help me rebuild this.

                                                  Looks like I'm going to have to bring it to a shop to have it done due to the fact I don't feel like to do it myself and anybody that could help me does not have the time hope I don't get screwed

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                                                    To all you Warrior gurus out there I gotta important question to ask I have a... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                    To all you Warrior gurus out there I gotta important question to ask.I have a 97 Warrior and it was rebuilt from the bottom up and it ran fine it probably got about an hour-and-a-half a riding on it and it never had any issues. well one day and my buddy turned off the gas and it started and eventually stalled out because the gas was off. when I turn the gas back on and started it would start and idle but anything over idle would just backfire. all it would do is pop, and the more throttle you gave the louder and slower the pops were. we thought it was the carburetor so we took it off cleaned it put it back on l, still do the same thing. cleaned it again, put it back on still at the same thing so we finally said the hell with it and we put on a carburetor from my buddies Warrior that runs perfectly fine. when we put that carburetor on it's still did it so if anyone has any ideas of why, it would be greatly appreciated. it just has a slightly oversize piston and a full White Brothers exhaust

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                                                      Got a value question Going through a divorce and my ex wants to keep my quad... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                      Got a value question. Going through a divorce and my ex wants to keep my quad until we can agree on a value. Its a 2000 Warrior. All stock. Pulled the engine to replace piston rings and haven't ran it since. While the engine was out, I stripped it all down and painted the frame and engine. Only thing assembled is the engine on the frame. Suspension and steering all in boxes. Needs ball joints, tie rod ends, swingarm bearings, axle bearings, chain and sprocket, ignition coil, clutch cable, and all brakes. What is it worth as it sits in pieces? I told her $300.

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                                                        Photos from Matt Cydylo's post — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                        Getting to work installing Full Flight +2 control arms on my cherry '01 Warrior. I'm excited to see it all together! Did the HMF exhaust last week, and will be rejetting it to match tomorrow.

                                                        Didn't realize I needed a pickle fork to remove the tie rod from the knuckle, so I have to wait until I can grab one to finish up.

                                                        47,000 miles on my '09 Ranger FX4, BTW

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                                                          2001 warrior 350 NO SPARK problem Bike was running fine until I degreasers the... — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                          2001 warrior 350 NO SPARK problem! Bike was running fine until I degreasers the motor and wet the bike down then it wasn't running and no spark,Was wondering what are the green/brown wiring are suppose so be reading on multimeter and the pickup coil wire white and red? I replace the stator with a new one and still no spark.has new spark plug coil. I checked and cleaned all the grounds and plugs checked the fuse,key plug,start plug, and still nothing. It cranks but no spark. I tried push starting it and it still won't run.i ordered the CDI box already hopefully that's the problem. NEED HELP ASAP thanks got a bad headache I think I'm gonna go to the docter

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                                                            Chain tips with Jared — Yamaha Warrior Raptor YFM350

                                                            Chain tips with Jared

                                                            Step one: Go to the store

                                                            Step two: Buy grease

                                                            Step three: Go home

                                                            Step four: Open tool box

                                                            Step five: Get the very few required wrenches

                                                            Step six: Carry wrenches and grease to your atv

                                                            Step seven: Loosen axle carrier with wrenches

                                                            Step eight: Loosen chain tensioners bolts using required wrenches (remember to loosen both tensioners and not just one)

                                                            Step nine: Tighten or loosen tensioners until your chain is tight but still has a little slack, DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN!

                                                            Step ten: Snug down the tensioner nuts with wrenches using your hands

                                                            Step eleven: Tighten down carrier bolt with wrenches using your hands

                                                            Step twelve: Inspect your O-rings on your chain using your eyes

                                                            Step thirteen: Grab your grease

                                                            Step fourteen: Apply the grease all around the chain, not just half the chain

                                                            Step fifteen: Inspect over your front sprocket using your eyes

                                                            Step sixteen: Inspect your rear sprocket using your eyes

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