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Old 09-29-2014, 11:05 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Welcome to the warrior family! You have found the best thing for warrior....here!
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Welcome, odd seeing a stock warrior. I bought mine bone stock too 3 years ago and made it my own
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Thank you all, yes many mods are on the way, and I do have lots of questions, I can tell you that I'll start with a power commander v, set of black pipes and handle bars, I'm still confused about all the air boxes and intakes this thing has from what I been reading...
Also is it normal that my bike turns off when I first take off and I stop?
I put a new battery and its starts fine but after the first few stop lights it seem to be ok, are they cold blooded?
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What is the warm idle set at? It should be around 950. You will be able to get rid of the two stock air boxes when you get a BAK. The black pipes will be hard to come by. You may have to make them black by way of wrap, spray on high temp paint or coating them.
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What is the warm idle set at? It should be around 950. You will be able to get rid of the two stock air boxes when you get a BAK. The black pipes will be hard to come by. You may have to make them black by way of wrap, spray on high temp paint or coating them.

I'm not sure I have to check, does it have anything to do with that adjustment knob under the seat close to the gas tank(is that the idle adjust knob)? When you say air boxes you mean the 2 side covers on each side of the engine? I like the look on them and didn't really want to remove them if that's the case but I heard it's a good thing to do the BAK kit, witch one do you recommend? Thanks on the exhaust info.
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Yes that is the idle adjuster. The "scoop" on the left side isn't really an air box. The one on the right is the secondary intake and feeds the under tank main intake. If you put on a BAK you could leave them in place. You may also want to look into the AIS block off. A Churchkey VBak would be the way I would go.
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Yes the knob by the tank adjusts the idle and with the stock a/f set up there is 2 air box's 1 under the tank and 1 one the right side.
Getting the tank off is kind of a puzzle and be very careful with the rear bracket. You can pull it out of the tank.
IMHO Churchkey seems to be the v-bak of choice.. Anyways have fun
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