Warrior/ Raptor correlation?

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2xtreme

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OK, so this is a total NEWb question but,

What is the correlation between the Warrior and Raptor of a given size?

Could someone explain this to me?
 

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well the raptor 350 has the same engine as the warrior except for a slightly different carb and exhaust and it may have a different cam too im not sure. the raptor 350 is supposed to have slightly better ergonomics and different foot peg postion, is that what you wanted to know.
 

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Yea bottom line Yamaha felt the need to Raptorize everything... I dont see why they did that to the warrior I think it was better off the other way.
 

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yeah they could have made the upgrades and still called it the warrior.
 

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well the tires on the raptor are 20's (smaller) the head light bracket isnt big and metal, the front bumper is plastic and some other little stuff. that adds to be 22 pounds lighter i think
 

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well the tires on the raptor are 20's (smaller) the head light bracket isnt big and metal, the front bumper is plastic and some other little stuff. that adds to be 22 pounds lighter i think
All those and the swingarm on the new "Raptor 350s" isnt as diesel as the warrior's is.
 
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