Make sure all your parts are from the same year warrior. Timing can be a pain as its not adjustable.
ive heard several others with that problem and the same solution to its weirdOk, I have found the solution. I swopped the trigger coil's two wires (white and red) around and the timing was perfect. It does not make sense, but it works. Thanks.
Quick question it has nothing to do with this, but I recently purchased a locked warrior 350 and I’ve bought a stroker crank shaft and a wiseco 12:1 cr piston but idk if I should be worried about the piston or having to get the top end cnced??This was EXACTLY my solution. Installed new stator. For the life of it would not start. Had spark, fuel, compression. Messed with it for two hours and was so upset and depressed. Googled warrior ignition timing and this thread popped up. Swapped the wires in the plug and BAM! Thing fires right up and runs like a top. Good find whoever figured this out! I know it probably wasn’t easy to find. Thanks!