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I bought a brand new 2006 warrior today, candy apple red and silver race stripes with vance & hines pipes and aftermarket bars. I was so excited . I got about 2.3 miles from the dealership and the bike starts cutting out like it wasnt getting enough gas. So I had to leave the bike at dealership[/emoticons/emotion-6.gif] . they called me when I got home saying it was a clogged fuel line. I am by no means a mechanic, does that sound legit. thanks in advance
 

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I bought my son a new suzuki dirtbike, which went south of the border running wise before the first tank was ran out. The dealer said cosmolene (Or something to that effect) was the culprit. He said they use that on new bikes to prevent them from dulling while in the show room. He said suzuki uses it heavily. I was told to drain the floatbowl on the carb and change the plug and all will be well. I did and the problem was fixed.

I never heard of it on a warrior, but I guess it is possible. BTW the warrior has no carbs, but I guess it could still clog the drybreaks etc.
 

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Welcome and Congrats!


quote:Originally posted by Kroozn2

Congrats on the new 06!
I'll bet they didn't click the drybreaks when they assembled it.
I'm sure they will resolve their issue tomorrow.
Welcome!


That is probably the issue. You should check here, befoe asking the dealer. [/emoticons/emotion-1.gif]
 
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