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Everything posted by 97Screamer

  1. 100 octane should be plenty for 150psi. I'd take Kevin's suggestion and put the timing back to stock to see if that fixes it. Kevin does great port work but once upon a time had dome design issues. It its spitting plugs at stock timing and you are sure the compression is 150psi you have a dome design issue.
  2. Check your timing and your compression. I'm guessing either your compression is too high for 100 octane and/or you have too much timing. If those is inline then your dome design probably sucks. I'm in San Diego if you need help.
  3. Athena are junk. Get Driveline or CPI cylinders. If you are looking at Levtrons then money isn't a problem so Id go CPI. Keihins are better carbs. PWK only, 28-39mm depending on what you're complete setup is. I'd also get a Chariot head over Pro Design.
  4. It's unlikely you'll ever get it to run right with all the knock off electronics. Suck it up and buy quality stuff or forever fight with a poor running unreliable machine.
  5. They do this at the factory as the case halves are machined as a set. Every oem banshee case will have a matching code scribed in each half.
  6. Roundhouse carrier is also called Honda style carrier. They have the enclosed carrier housing that an aluminum carrier with eccentric axle hole slides in. The eccentric hole is how you adjust the chain. The difference is the chain adjustment. That's it. Roundhouse allow you to properly and effortlessly adjust the chain tension and keep it. Yamaha never put it on factory for the banshee. Yamaha's design is terrible and often fails on high hp quads. Don't waste your money on another stock carrier. Buy a new swimgarm with Roundhouse style carrier mount.
  7. Call West Coast ATV. They'll have all that used for a good price. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  8. They are not missing anything, everything is in very nice shape. Please PM me an email address if you're still looking and I'll send you some pictures.
  9. Sorry my inbox was full again. Just deleted a bunch of messages so should be good now.
  10. - Low hour 72mm 7 mil Super Cub cylinder and pistons $850 - OEM cylinders Dune ported for a 4mil by HJR. 64mm bores, FAST pump gas domes, Wiesco pistons $600 - New Keihin 33mm PWK with used intake and filters $500 - Lonestar +2/+1 standard travel arms, only a couple pieces made it in the picture but I have the complete set in great shape $500 Most of the misc. parts in the first picture are for sale. Please ask if you're interested in any of that. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  11. Get an oem or Hot Rods crank, Wiesco pistons, and have your oem cylinders bored to match pistons.
  12. They do not make them anymore. I'm not sure when they stopped, 10 years maybe. A complete roller would be worth in the $8-10k range imo for a Laeger narrow with T-pin front end.
  13. I've got the complete setup but the boot isn't in great shape. I'm thinking in the neighborhood of $75 shipped for the intake or $200 with carb and cable. Might also be interested in trading for some of your parts. Please message me if you're interested.
  14. I don't think the link hangs lower than stock, if anything it looks tucked up higher. I could measure next time I have my quads out. Either way your carrier will be the limiting factor in ground clearance.
  15. 14.5". I've got a buddy selling a mint Stage 4 aluminum body LT Elka shock. Only selling because I built him a custom Podium to match his fronts. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  16. Have pictures of the pattern you're looking for? I have a few in the attic I could part with.
  17. You need to grind a bit off the inside of the slider to fit the arm better.
  18. I'm in San Diego and prices here run $400-600 to properly powder a frame. If you have a bunch of small stuff (i.e. hubs, spindles, springs, etc) prices will go up as it's a lot of prep work to do them right. Depending on the severity of the bend probably figure $200-300 to get that straightened. May need to find a frame shop to do it most powder places won't want to mess with straightening a frame unless it's very minor. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  19. Looks like someone put a longer shaft in that shock. Who rebuilt the shock?
  20. OEM or Hot Rods. I would order from a reputable business like FAST or West Coast ATV and have them weld the pins. I wouldn't buy anything from Vitos. It is all cheap Chinese junk and the owner is very shady. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  21. I sent you a PM Dano. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  22. Urgent. You'd be crazy to keep riding. That's how a $400 crank turns into $2k for new cases and cylinders once the rod plays peak-a-boo. Sent from my SM-A136U using Tapatalk
  23. Durablue. The Allen screw should be loose when you tighten the nut then torque down the Allen to keep pressure on the threads and keep it from backing off.
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