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  1. Hey guys, new to banshee forum! Trying to get some questions answered. So my banshees top end is really wore out and my step dad and I are going to rebuild it but we figured since we are going to put in some work to it, might as well do a big bore kit but we are unsure on some things. Was looking at the Banshee 66mil 370 big bore kit from wiseco. Don’t need anything insane but it’ll be a nice upgrade to my stock wore out top end. So we don’t know if we can use my stock carbs or if we need some “bigger” ones, if so what size, tried looking for “66mil carbs” bc we thought they would have to match to the kit but had no luck. Probably sounds dumb but we are noobs 😂. Or do we just need a jet kit if so what one? Or do we even need different carbs? Also is there any other mods we will need to do with the big bore kit?
  2. Hi Banshee HQ. I'm on my way to picking up this 2001 Banshee, It is in boxes & will require a full motor rebuild. Asking what are some affordable combo's, I'm mainly riding trail so Im thinking of boring the stock cylinders to a 65.0 What Exhaust, Tyres, Stock Carb Jetting, Oil:Fuel ratio. 250ft to 590ft above sea level Plastics are sanded previous owner sanded them the front are drag cut. I want it to look as original as possible I don't mind blue or silver frame with blue plastics and original graphics kit How can i bring the blue back off the plastics. or what paint can i use and which process is good to use. Images: https://postimg.cc/image/3ki38z47x/ https://postimg.cc/gallery/w3c8ybf2/
  3. 2000 Yamaha YFZ 350 BansheeTitle In hand ( Very rare for these to have title)Super clean bike, heavily modifiedFull Paul Turner National Mid Range Kit built by Duncan Racing in California Cool Head, Signed Paul Turner, Paul Turner Pipes, Dual Carb, Pyramid Reed Valves, Paul Turner Fat Boy 2 ExhaustRoll Design A-Arms and Swing ArmRPM Front Hubs and New RPM Dominator 2 AxleNew Hiper Wheels with ITP Holeshot Tires New DID Chain and New SprocketsNew DG Front Bumper and Grab barNew Blade Style rear rotorJust Serviced ( Fresh Fluids, New Exhaust Packing etc.)TCS Suspension ( Fronts Recently Rebuilt, Rear needs to be rebuilt)Red Powdercoated FrameCustom Ostrich SeatThis Is a serious BikeRuns on 112 Race Fuel Serious Buyers Please Call Matt @ 561-797-6989Asking $6500 OBOYou will not be disappointed when you see bike. Not many out there like this
  4. What should I check and look for when buying a banshee.
  5. How much would it cost for a whole new electrical system
  6. Can you but a arms on a banshee when it has v arms?
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