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My second Warrior called W2v2 - version 2 :D



I like it's exhaust only. Other parts will be different.
I start preparing for the season 19:



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Difference starts from this photo, even turn signals will be different :D Not as on photo...
 

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My second Warrior called W2v2 - version 2 :D
I like it's exhaust only. Other parts will be different.
I start preparing for the season 19:

Some neat and important MOD's you have planned for the riding season.
Looks like you have an '04' Warrior but I've been wrong before.

Anyway, the CPS (crankshaft position sensor) looks to be the new recall part that has encapsulated terminals and beefed-up mounting bracket.

You might want to apply for a design Patent for the adjustable links (Dog Bones) if they clear the spring ;)
gl with your improvements
 

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take some solid before and after photos for us. I love me a good reveal.
I will try :D But our spring is precipitously. Yesterday I barely woke the motorbike from hibernation. The battery did not show signs of life. Overboard was 5 degrees Celsius and my rear tire, 880, felt uncomfortable.



Therefore, the first thing I went to my friends in the service. I do not like to take a photo without atmospheric background. The weather yesterday did not have))



Am i missing something were there supposed to be pictures or am i just not seeing any?
Must be visible, other forum users can see :confused:
Some neat and important MOD's you have planned for the riding season.
Looks like you have an '04' Warrior but I've been wrong before.

Anyway, the CPS (crankshaft position sensor) looks to be the new recall part that has encapsulated terminals and beefed-up mounting bracket.

You might want to apply for a design Patent for the adjustable links (Dog Bones) if they clear the spring ;)
gl with your improvements
No, this is 06. And YES I've prepare new replacement CPS(with encapsulated terminals and beefed-up mounting bracket). You right, I think same way: if I need to open the clutch case for clutch MOD I will replace CPS too.

You know it's useless idea about design Patent in Russia))) All my construction ideas which I use I give to all warrior users for nothing.

So. First of all I took off the windshield)))



Yesterday I've shaved taillight, took off turn signals and licence plate lightning. Planing to move licence plate to swingarm. Took out a stock intake box, placed two sensors on new plate. Blocked off AIS:



Moved FPR under the tank, placed LCV air filter and cranckvent tube(better to start this from down). Shaved motor mount on left side for it clean up, changed main fuel line, cleaned up right side:







Replaced front turn signals. Work will took for another week I'm sure ....
 

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Looking Good
I also replaced my CPS when doing the Barnett Plate Here

Shame on me .... I never paid any attention to your 1st photo that clearly shows the 5-spoke wheels for an '06' :eek:
 

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Shame on me .... I never paid any attention to your 1st photo that clearly shows the 5-spoke wheels for an '06' :eek:
No problem Alanh, your info is very useful for me anyway.

nice bike. I like your jacket as well. looks like you have a really nice goody bag of parts for the bike.
On the account of this jacket about twenty European countries :D I like it too

where did you get the crash bar, does it have to be modified or does it fit
This is made specifically for the warrior and fits for sure. We have one craftsman makes them several years, dozens of users in our country use them. It cost about a hundred bucks.

So. Today I've made all works with light and solved the COD problem. Thought that this bike need more electrical or lights components for solving COD problem. At now my bike has about 30W in front(25W headlight and 5W of two LED turns) and about 20W of taillight(stock stop light only). And this 50W is enough to solve COD problem. In stock lights configuration I think about 120W. Now at front light I have LED turns and LED headlamp in stock reflector.

Replaced stock TPS for new type.



Installed(almoust) Baron mini teardrop cover. Holly how I hate this baron product, it's sh*t in assembling :D



And I installed PCV. Nice device, simple, smart, good impression!

 

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where did you get the crash bar, does it have to be modified or does it fit

This is made specifically for the warrior and fits for sure. We have one craftsman makes them several years, dozens of users in our country use them. It cost about a hundred bucks..



do you have a link to where it can be purchased or is it this one powder coated black?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/SP-Yamaha-Warrior-XV1700-Highway-Crash-Bars-Protector-Engine-Guards-with-Pegs/191071139749?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
 

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Finished most parts...



Metric speedometer :confused::D











Thanks to KyleNV for amazing hidden bracket. Very nice with VH BR!

Thanks to Churchkey for VBAK(but I trust to KN and NOT trust to moxi). Much better looks than with stock plastic boxes.

Thanks to GDWarrior for a lot of info! And from my wife for Eibach suspension. Tested today - MUCH better than stock! And...for your slogan(don't f***n die!) :D

AND thanks to all users of this forum! It VERY USEFULL! Now I know my bike much better!
 

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Yesterday for the first time this year I served the intake system.
At first the picture looked sad. The filters were **** dirty!



And this after just 4700km! I got ready for bad news.



But things were much better. On the back of the filters were clean. Dirt did not pass through them!



I cleaned them with a some kind of gasoline, all the dirt was easily washed off and only the poplar fluff remains. I blowed out it by air.



Then filters were soaked with oil, I checked the cleanliness of the supply pipes. In them clean too. Probably it was necessary to completely remove them and check the purity of the throttle, but I did not have a cleaning agent with me and cleaning the throttles with an aerosol agent would contaminate the spark plugs. I also didn’t have spark plugs with me. I think everything is fine there!



What conclusions did I draw?



I am very pleased with the quality of the K&N filter. They work! And I am glad that I replaced filters Moxi with filters KN. As I have already said, in our conditions, we need to focus on intake system issues.

And also, I would swap the sensors on the mounting plate from VBAK. One sensor interferes with the filter housing. I turned a plate a little.
 

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The bike brought me to some strange places, with some mysterious sculptures :D

The most mysterious thing was on the road, when again I had to drive 30 kilometers along a sharp crushed stone :confused:



But the W2v2 is strong, it won’t let you down!

 

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Who said that Warrior is not enduro?



Yes, yes, this is a very simple area for enduro :D
Nice light, great to take a nice photo.



****, I'm all dirty!



But it's not a problem; on the way back, snow began to fall. The motorcycle was washed by it, but my visor was all in the snow I couldn't see anything! :D

 
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