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post #31 of 38 Old 07-20-2008, 04:56 PM
 
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (hondacrusher93 @ July 20, 2008, 4:10 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div><div class='quotemain'>THEY SOUND PRETTY FREAKIN COOL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I&#39;m not gettin one probly gonna have to use all my money to fix the dents that someone put in my truck
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ok I'm gonna sell the motor tranny and transfere case out of my 86 Ford and use the money to buy a Banshee, and was wonderin what y'all thoguht of them? I've rode a quad with more power because my dad's warrior, has beaten every stock banshee he has raced, my step bro had one, but it got stolen, and I was wonderin what y'all thought, thanks
One hell of a warrior!!!!!!! When my '01shee was bone stock, warriors got crushed, laughed at and spit on. Lol. Warriors are good bikes but far from fast.
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I have a warrior and a banshee. Banshee eats the warrior, banshee is a point and shoot sorta deal only screams and has the hang on power once in the power band typical 2 stroke. There's a big aftermarket for banshee's the factory left alot of untapped power on the table, the usual bolt ons wake it up but once you start getting into porting the cylinders or after market 421 servals/cubs cylinders. 4 strokes get really expensive trying to keep up with that much hp 80,90,100 hp
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I have a warrior and a banshee. Banshee eats the warrior, banshee is a point and shoot sorta deal only screams and has the hang on power once in the power band typical 2 stroke. There's a big aftermarket for banshee's the factory left alot of untapped power on the table, the usual bolt ons wake it up but once you start getting into porting the cylinders or after market 421 servals/cubs cylinders. 4 strokes get really expensive trying to keep up with that much hp 80,90,100 hp
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