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  1. clickster9
    09-01-2014 10:53 PM - permalink
    clickster9
    I have a 2002 warrior and want to put apes on it, do you know the max height I can get and still use the stock cables?
    This is the dimensions I of the bars I am looking at
    THESE ARE KNURLED 4.5" CENTER TO CENTER

    • 1 1/4" TUBING STEPPED DOWN TO 1" TUBING WITH A .120 WALL THICKNESS.
    •34" BAR TIP TO BAR TIP
    •12" UP RISE
    •6.5" OF PULLBACK
    •7-1/2" TUBING FOR CONTROLS
    •Total inside side to inside at bottom 7.5"
  2. Warrior1Oz
    09-09-2012 05:23 AM - permalink
    Warrior1Oz
    G'day Unicorn,
    No really a 6 speed tranny but close.
    Used a 33 roadstar front cog and a 65 tooth rear cog and did the 1.5" belt at the same time.
    Gives you a little slower off the mark, but still able to smash most bikes but gives you a much better top end. With this conversion you are not trying to kick it into another gear while riding in top.
    Be warned. You will need to learn to ride your bike again for gearing purposes. You will completely clear a set of lights before looking for second gear.
    Hope this helps, if you have any more questions hopefully I will be able to answer them.

    Cheers
  3. unicorn
    07-14-2012 09:13 PM - permalink
    unicorn
    Hello!
    You had wrote about 6-speed tranny on Warrior. This is the thread:
    http://www.rswarrior.com/forums/13-t...y-warrior.html
    It sounds like a magic as no one at this forum was able to find and install 6-speed gearbox at RSW.
    Would you please tell how you done it?
    Thanks.
  4. Ace777
    01-26-2012 02:54 PM - permalink
    Ace777
    Update.. Thanks anyway, but I located a stator in the states (and shipped to me) for aprox $215, so I'm all sorted.
    On a completely different topic... How did you go moving? Did you end up selling your house and relocating to the acerage?
    Cheers Ace
  5. Warrior1Oz
    06-18-2011 08:21 AM - permalink
    Warrior1Oz
    G'day Matt,

    Coming very close, I have the new VIN and just tidying some wiring and it will be on the road again.

    Cheers
  6. matt_76
    06-17-2011 05:38 AM - permalink
    matt_76
    cheers Hans, How's the beast coming along anyway?
  7. Warrior1Oz
    06-17-2011 04:49 AM - permalink
    Warrior1Oz
    G'day Matt,

    Yes it is the Tricky Air and I forked out for the remote that they sell as well.
  8. matt_76
    06-16-2011 06:41 AM - permalink
    matt_76
    Hey Hans, Matt here, question for you mate, I remember when we visited you last year with Laurie on a way to WWW2010 you showed us the beast in early stages, and as I remember you had some kind of an air suspension on it, was that Tricky Air? I remember you had remote for it, did it come with the unit or did u retro fit it?
    As you may remember I am looking at a fat ass myself and gathering parts, I've sent your swingarm and my rim to the Yanks to widen it, but I know I will probably eventually go for the air ride so just looking at options, Any advice would be greatly appreciated. From what I got so far the TRicky Air looks best at $875, remote is 280 extra tho. Will have to go without it for now, no big deal. thanks in advance, Matt

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