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Your rev limiter is your CDI, which must be present in order for your quad to even start. So you can't take it out.
 

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its is very bad for a four stroke to hit the rev limiter
 

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I think he means the pos in the parking break rev limiter. Just trace the wires under the hood and unplug it and then wrap them in electrical tape.
 

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samthebrave said:
its is very bad for a four stroke to hit the rev limiter
Not really, that's why the rev limiter is there. But if all you do is rid ethe rev limiter all the time, then yes, you will have problems. Otherwise, no, it's not bad to hit it.
 

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good question i would like to know as well???? :nod:
 

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it dosnt have one...the warrior dosnt have a rev limiter...just because you dont go anyfaster dosnt mean its being limited...when you rev REALLY high and you hear a loud ticking weired nosie that sounds just like what its doing ,stoping it from reving any higher, (wich you WONT hear on the warrior) is when the limiter is kicking in.....
 

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exactly once the RPM's get to high on the Warrior the valves start to float causeing the power to drop off a little at high RPM's.Reverse i think its just geared so low that you cant go very fast.Ive heard of taking off a Raptor 660's reverse rev limiter but thats the only one i know of.
 

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It's an aftermarket CDI that supposedly has the rev limiter moved up 1,000 RPM. If you're hitting the rev limiter, you need to be shifting sooner. Unless your quad is highly, HIGHLY modified, you shouldn't get to the point of hitting the rev limiter (or floating the valves, as the case may be) unless you're running wide open across the desert or ssomething. Even then, you should just change your gearing if you're runnign that fast so that it DOESN'T hit or float.

As for whether the Warrior has a rev limiter, I have no idea. Usually by the time my revs get to that point, I've eithewr shifted up,or I'm in the next corner, and I'm downshifting.
 

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THERE IS NO REVLIMITER.....yah it gets asked a lot. There is one on ur parking brak, and maby on the raptor 350 there is one in reverse....but when i was driving one i never noticed, and u shouldnt need to rev it that hi, reverse really dosent get much fast then 1/4 throtle cause its so damn low sped
 

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yamahaQuad350 said:
it dosnt have one...the warrior dosnt have a rev limiter...just because you dont go anyfaster dosnt mean its being limited...when you rev REALLY high and you hear a loud ticking weired nosie that sounds just like what its doing ,stoping it from reving any higher, (wich you WONT hear on the warrior) is when the limiter is kicking in.....
lol no body listens :bummer: it DOSNT have one...nobody with a warrior has ever experinced a revlimiter you might think you have but you havnt UNLESS your parking break is acting up
 

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I have a theory maybe the Warrior does have a rev-limiter but because the valve springs dont have enough tension the valves float before you can hit the limiter but if you have stiffer valve springs maybe you can hit the rev-limiter if there is one.Just a theory so that ignition may be taking into account that you already have stiffer valve springs?Maybe its just a thought
 

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FMFWarrior21 said:
I have a theory maybe the Warrior does have a rev-limiter but because the valve springs dont have enough tension the valves float before you can hit the limiter but if you have stiffer valve springs maybe you can hit the rev-limiter if there is one.Just a theory so that ignition may be taking into account that you already have stiffer valve springs?Maybe its just a thought
nah, some one looked in the manual....it says there is NONE! lol
 

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FMFWarrior21 said:
I have a theory maybe the Warrior does have a rev-limiter but because the valve springs dont have enough tension the valves float before you can hit the limiter but if you have stiffer valve springs maybe you can hit the rev-limiter if there is one.Just a theory so that ignition may be taking into account that you already have stiffer valve springs?Maybe its just a thought
yeah it makes since but if that was the case then why wouldnt yamaha just set the revlimter befor the valves floated...??like the point of a rev limiter is to prevent any damage that would acure if it was reved too high....
 
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