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Old 06-02-2019, 04:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I recently picked up a 2005 Warrior and joined the rswarrior family. I’ve been doing some research but haven’t had much luck in identifying the intake and exhaust I’ve got on this bike. It looks like it could be a Baron BAK, but I’m not sure? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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barons big air kit



https://www.pacificcoaststar.com/pcs...-high-flow.htm

see it and info at link
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The exhaust to me looks like Samson shorties that were wrapped.
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Big air horn on the side. For aesthetics only since you have BAK installed. That’s a beauty all chromed out. Also, looks like you got Akita Dogs relocation plate installed.
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.. Also, looks like you got Akita Dogs relocation plate installed.
That's a Baron coil relocate plate fwiw!
The Telltale are the 2- hex bolt mounting fasteners that use an expandable rubber bushing that fits within the cast tubular Warrior frame.
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…….. Also, looks like you got Akita Dogs relocation plate installed.
That's a Baron coil relocate plate fwiw!
The Telltale are the 2- hex bolt mounting fasteners that use an expandable rubber bushing that fits within the cast tubular Warrior frame.
Oops! Thank you!
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The exhaust to me looks like Samson shorties that were wrapped.

I agree!
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Awesome. Thanks for the help guys, I appreciate it.
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