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CrazyK

Yamaha Warrior Rev Limiter

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I have been told by some that the Warriors don't have a Rev Limiter and others have told me they do have a Rev Limiter.

So who is correct?

Does the Yamaha Warrior have a Rev Limiter?

Thanks

CrazyK

98 Yamaha Warrior

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Nope... no limiter ive got an 02 and have had it rapped pretty tight... im pretty sure they put them on the newer raptor 350's though...

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ive had mine for over 5 years and have ridden it hard and ive never hit it. if they have one it must be way past the throttle stop...

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Wow, I guess I better watch the rev's then. Last thing I want to do is blow it up.

Thanks for the info it's a good thing to know..

CrazyK

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i wouldnt worry about it... like i said ive ridden mine probably harder than i should have a few times with no prolblems... they are tough motors... :yes:

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I have been told by some that the Warriors don't have a Rev Limiter and others have told me they do have a Rev Limiter.

So who is correct?

Does the Yamaha Warrior have a Rev Limiter?

Thanks

CrazyK

98 Yamaha Warrior

I believe the warrior has a rev limiter switch. Not sure which one it is, but take a look at the attached diagram.

WarriorBrakeAssembly.pdf

WarriorBrakeAssembly.pdf

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ya it does have a limiter when the parking brake is engauged but thats it.

23 is the parking brake switch and 28 is the clutch safety switch (neutral safety)

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ya it does have a limiter when the parking brake is engauged but thats it.

23 is the parking brake switch and 28 is the clutch safety switch (neutral safety)

Yeah, I read that Yamaha did that to remind you that your parking break is on....:biglaugh:

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