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  1. Help, Ran engine without oil

    Yamaha YFM350 Raptor/Warrior ('87-Present)
    I was working on a friends 85 Warrior. After many hours we got the carb rebuilt and she started right up. Little did I know there was not a drop of oil in it. Ran for about 2 miles and it crapped out. You can get compression by spinning the motor by hand but when you try to electric start it it...
  2. Please help!!!!!

    Yamaha YFM350 Raptor/Warrior ('87-Present)
    Have an 87 warrior and this damn thing has been giving me so much trouble. I finally thought I had it done, and I took it on a ride today, and it died righ after I started giving it some gas. It was fine if I cruised in 1st or 2nd but as soon as I started going in 3rd or 4th it's like sputter...
  3. Overheating issue 87 warrior

    Yamaha YFM350 Raptor/Warrior ('87-Present)
    My warrior over heats I think, I adjusted the valves and they are in spec, yet there is still a ticking nose coming from the head, and after letting the motor idle for no more than a minute, and the header was burning hot, now maybe it should be I'm not sure I'm used to two strokes. Also...
  4. NEED HELP WITH RAPTOR BACKFIRE

    Yamaha YFM660R Raptor (2001-2005)
    I just purchased a 2005 raptor 660r. It came with a curtis sparks x6 full exhaust and a pro flow air filter. The jets are 25 pilots and 167.5L/177.5R mains. Now the problem is that when I start it, the idle seems way too high. My headers then start to glow within seconds and I get constant...
  5. 2002 Kodiak 400 4x4 overheating

    Other Models/Brands
    Hey guys, iv been wondering around this website for awhile and never needed to make an account but now iv got an issue and could use some help. Here it is.... 2002 Yamaha Kodiak 400 Auto 4x4 took it out on the trail couple days ago (90 degree heat out) and about 30mins in started to...
  6. HELP MEE PLEASE, warrior exhaust overheating

    Yamaha YFM350 Raptor/Warrior ('87-Present)
    heyy i just got my 02 warrior running, i recently purchased it in nonrunning condition i let it idle for about 5 minutes and i looked at it and the exhaust was cherry red and unfortuatly melted a pretty good sized hole in my plastics, what could this be/how could i fix this?? :???:
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