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2001 Yamaha Raptor 660 - Need Help!!!

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Hello I have a 01 raptor 660. was having problems withb it running like shit...so I through a new plug in it and noticedd there was a oil on it now it won't even fire up even push starting it...is it a cracked head, does it need rings, valeve guides..what is it I need some help before I start ordering parts thank you

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Is a cracked head common with 01 raptor 660"s

Only if they over heat I`d go with OXY`s suggestion or pull the valve cover first and see if one of the gaskets if bad !!

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Got it!!!, Didnt have enough compression made a leakdown tester and found out my intake valves were super tight...It has a hell of alot more compression now, But it doesnt want to crank like there isnt enough juice to do it, new starter? or better battery i have just a good old ace hard ware battery in it

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