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Hey guys! I made a few posts a couple months back about my bike having some major issues. After messing with it for quite some time and taking it to 3 different mechanics. I’ve found that I need new rings in my cylinder due to bad care of the previous owner. Unfortunately this is a very costly fix. At this point and time, it seems the best option is a total engine swap. I was wondering if all Warrior engines are compatible? I have an 06 warrior and looking at an engine from an 02 warrior. Will that work? Also if anyone knows of any good running engines for sale let me know please! Also interested in some used V&H big shots pipes. Getting sick of my annoying shorties. Thanks!
 

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From what I understand only Warrior motors work in Warrior bikes, and year doesn’t matter . Question of recall work being done needs to be considered On used engine. Regular Roadstar motors are different And won’t work, (carb vs injected).
 

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Sorry to hear about your engine issues. There are a few on EBAY that you could check out. If it were me, I would keep the one you have and rebuild it. I am not
sure if an 02 engine will work but someone will chime in here and guide you in the right direction. Let us know what you decide to do and the outcome.
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I personally would get the newest one i could. At least an 06 and up motor with the upgrades. I put an 06 motor and 07 transfer gear parts in my 05.
 
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Sorry to hear about your engine issues. There are a few on EBAY that you could check out. If it were me, I would keep the one you have and rebuild it. I am not
sure if an 02 engine will work but someone will chime in here and guide you in the right direction. Let us know what you decide to do and the outcome.
Rg
I’ve thought about rebuilding but it would honestly be a lot more expensive that way.
 
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