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Need info on big bore kits!
DallasMf posted a topic in Banshee Repairs and ModsHey 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?
2001 Banshee 350 Build
antonio350 posted a topic in General Banshee DiscussionHi 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/
Hey guys, I have a question about jetting for my application that I'm installing when it comes in the mail next week. Heres what I purchased to install on my 2005 Banshee. 370 Big Bore Ported Kit, Pro design cool heads with 21mil domes, v-force reed valves, new 28 mm dual pwk carb kit with k&n filters and outerwares, toomey t6 exhaust. No stock airbox I live in Nashville,TN and ride trails and woods mostly with a little street drag if I wanna play around a little. My question is what jets should I use with this set up? Any response would be greatly appreciated and also I'm new to this forum so thanks in advance!
Stroker or big bore
Tucker0713 posted a topic in Banshee Repairs and ModsI've got a new banshee all stock with t5's. I wanna either get a big bore kit or stroker kit(can't afford both). Which will work with stock carbs better. Which one should I get for drag, I've already got heavy clutch setup on the way and I'm still deciding what length swingarm to get. Give me some recommendations. And is there a way that I could get a stroker kit then later get a big bore with out complications and vice versa with big bore then stroker.
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