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alright, i’ve read hundreds of posts on this exact topic and still i have been unable to resolve my issue. 00 warrior starts, runs, won’t rev much at all. So a little back story, i bought this quad two years ago. I paid 800$ for a warrior and it’s donor bike. I have two or three complete warriors from the deal. The person i got them from says that she just rebuilt the whole thing. i’m pretty sure she put a new crank and piston/sleeve in the bike. For the first year i’ve had an electrical issue. i never figured it out and ended up building a custom wiring harness myself. With it i bypassed every switch and sensor on the bike. I got the strongest spark i’ve seen and it will idle. The timing was a full half link from looking true so i replaced the head, cam chain sprocket, tensioner, guides, and cam chain itself. now i’m about 1/4 link from being spot on. still won’t rev. I know you are going to tell me to check the parking brake switch. done 1000 times. not leaking on intake or exhaust. the cdi is new and stator is as well. I’m getting really close to throwing in the towel. Two years of my life wasted, countless hours hurt the man psyche. Please save the ole warrior from death by tannerite. i just want to go for a ride. help
 

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Im currently restoring an 88 warrior and found that you cant buy a new cdi box. I have an 02, so I decided to change the entire electrical system from an 88 to an 02, this included the flywheel. Im wondering if you have the correct flywheel in your engine as Ive heard that if you don’t, you may get spark and get it to turn on, but acceleration won’t be right due to timing caused by wrong flywheel. Just a thought. Hope you get it sorted out.
 

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Im currently restoring an 88 warrior and found that you cant buy a new cdi box. I have an 02, so I decided to change the entire electrical system from an 88 to an 02, this included the flywheel. Im wondering if you have the correct flywheel in your engine as Ive heard that if you don’t, you may get spark and get it to turn on, but acceleration won’t be right due to timing caused by wrong flywheel. Just a thought. Hope you get it sorted out.
alright, i’ve read hundreds of posts on this exact topic and still i have been unable to resolve my issue. 00 warrior starts, runs, won’t rev much at all. So a little back story, i bought this quad two years ago. I paid 800$ for a warrior and it’s donor bike. I have two or three complete warriors from the deal. The person i got them from says that she just rebuilt the whole thing. i’m pretty sure she put a new crank and piston/sleeve in the bike. For the first year i’ve had an electrical issue. i never figured it out and ended up building a custom wiring harness myself. With it i bypassed every switch and sensor on the bike. I got the strongest spark i’ve seen and it will idle. The timing was a full half link from looking true so i replaced the head, cam chain sprocket, tensioner, guides, and cam chain itself. now i’m about 1/4 link from being spot on. still won’t rev. I know you are going to tell me to check the parking brake switch. done 1000 times. not leaking on intake or exhaust. the cdi is new and stator is as well. I’m getting really close to throwing in the towel. Two years of my life wasted, countless hours hurt the man psyche. Please save the ole warrior from death by tannerite. i just want to go for a ride. help
Have u cleaned the carb take it off and tear it down and clean your jets and put. In a new accelerator pump spring in springs from a clicker pen are the best
 

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Im currently restoring an 88 warrior and found that you cant buy a new cdi box. I have an 02, so I decided to change the entire electrical system from an 88 to an 02, this included the flywheel. Im wondering if you have the correct flywheel in your engine as Ive heard that if you don’t, you may get spark and get it to turn on, but acceleration won’t be right due to timing caused by wrong flywheel. Just a thought. Hope you get it sorted out.
No, super cool though I never thought to check. Is there a way to identify with the numbers on the flywheel. Also, the bike ran with this flywheel in it, I was witness before I bought it.
 

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Alright, after putting a new one way clutch in today and realizing that the bolts that hold it on would attribute to timing I was super hopeful and tried her one more [email protected]$$& same shit different day. I'm bout to post it for sale, for the life of me I can't get it right. I'm not one to give up but, I've had this fourwheelr for two years and 8 mknths. I have yet to ride it aside from being dragged around the neighborhood by my kids on the Honda. I paid 800 for two warriors. The other one is a parts bike, the motor is in pieces and froze up. I bet I can get at least that much outta them.
Back to timing I moved the timing in front and behind the marks and same thing. Is there any way it could be the cdi? The parking brake switch? I've deleted every single safety feature, the dash lights, the starter relay. All that is left is stator/coil, cdi, ignition coil, spark plug, battery and regulator.
 

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I have replaced the woodruff key i love you with one I've purchased, also I made one out of old American steel and it actually fits way better than any others, it tight. When it starts up it usually smells like gas and and backfires out the carb too. Once running itnwilll surge andnifnintimebthebthrottle right I can get a couple hundred more rpm's. Is there any way there was damage to the bottom of the crank from the piston?
 
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