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Hi guys. I just get into drag racing and would like to know what some of the Warriors out there are runnin. My dad own's a Warrior and he has never went lower than mid 12's. I was runnin 11's stock. He has V&H pipes, a airbox mod, high compression pistons, cams, and I am pretty sure a power commander. I know I had to beat him up about getting a custom map done. He finally got it dyno'd and tuned right. What should the bike be runnin with a good rider? And what are some of the mods you guys are doing and the times you guys are getting? I'd like my dad to get some better times. I think I am going to get him a 30t sprocket with a belt to help a little for next year. I plan on runnin 10's, I don't want him to be too far behind. Any help would be great, thanks guys.
2005 Yamaha V-Max - 39mm flatside carbs w/ open velocity stacks, UFO pipes, custom rims w/ 190 rear, front sus strap(when racing), custom mirrors. Soon Dyna 3000, and R1 front calipers.

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Huh, well that's a good start. Thanks. Now I wish I would have posted this in that one. I had a buddy of mine telling me that a slightly modified Warrior will do some 9's. I didn't think so. My dad is a better rider than me. But I am going to have to get on him, he should be runnin lower 12's. Or maybe even high 11's. I could see a 12 flat.
 

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That's where the cams came from. What do you think it will take to get into the 10's? I know heads would be more than a improvment.
 

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NOS, would be your cheapest bet!!!! Turbo would be another. but think it would take a bunch of money to get a warrior into the 10's. also weighing 120lbs would definitly help!
 
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