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quadz4life88

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I don't know what to do. I have a choice between my warrior or a 400ex. I love my warrior but I'd like some more power. What do you think I should do. I know this is a warrior forum and all but please give me an honest answer. What would you do? :-/
 

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well do you have to pay for the 400 ex? cuz if so i would just put parts on your worrior and make it faster than a 400 ex
 

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From what I know, the Warrior is tried and true- very reliable. The EX tends to overheat, potentially causing headaches at every turn.

With only a 50cc difference in engines, the power difference can't be much. Although I don't know the HP numbers off the top of my head- I am sure they are easy enough to find online.

Personally, between the two I would stick with the Warrior and toss some money into it.

Just my .02
 

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kingraptor- I kinda do have to pay. I'd have to sell my warrior for some money for the ex and my dad would put up the rest.
 

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keep the worrior and if your dad is giving you money just put some parts on your worrior... proflow clamp on kit and a good pipe ( ;Dhmf ;D) you'll be beating 400 exs
 

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The warrior really isn't far behind the 400ex, so I don't think it's worth it to switch. Just put some mods on the warrior so it can keep up with a 400
 

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See, i put that pro flow on, and i couldnt notice any difference
 

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the pro flow works great
stick with the warrior you will get more recignition for having a unique quad with a little work, experimenting (sprockets) and someone willing to race you will be rite up there with the ex's
 

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Well the 400ex is a 397cc and the warrior is a 348cc so theres not a big difference. I say keep the warrior and mod it. Warriors look waaay better then the 400ex's too..
 

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