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Old 03-15-2009, 08:54 PM
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Default Can someone help me out - 2 Stroke Vs. 4 Stroke.

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#1 - Im thinking about trying to trade my 95 Warrior for a Banshee. A lot of people have told me that 2 strokes suck balls because of maitnence and crap, i know i have to mix the oil and basic stuff like that but when you really get into it whatelse is there. Anyone got pros and cons for a 2 stroke compared to a 4 stroke.

#2 - i dont want fuel injection and im not riding on state parks, and i dont need anything that big. All i got is my long ass driveway and a field at the moment. But raptors do look tastey. What kind of maitnence do i have to do is what i want to know. I need details lol.

#3 - I greese my arms and change the oild and stuff now in my warrior, im talking about something specific to 2 Strokes. Why change the tires. Ill proly Get Holeshots and then a street tread on a seperate set of rims. I take my warrior all the way to 5th gear but as soon as i get to 5th i drop it down so pretty much itll be ran through the gears quick and back down whenever i ride it.


Soloxgt - Can you elaborate. i rode a blaster today but i didnt do anything different then i would do on the warrior.
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they need rebuilds more often but its way cheaper to rebuild and alot easier then a 4stroke,the carbs are more sesitive to altitude,mods and jetting,louder and the two stroke smoke.im sure theres more but thats what i can come up with right now.

i say for your riding conditions a 2stroke will be more fun because two strokes tend to be faster out of the hole and lighter,so if short burst of blasting around is what you will be doing i say get banshee or even a built to the gills blaster (dont laugh till you ride one hard).

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yeah if all you have is a small space then I would get a 2 stroke they are more pepy a big 4 stroke is more of a top end flatter curve quad
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they need rebuilds more often but its way cheaper to rebuild and alot easier then a 4stroke,the carbs are more sesitive to altitude,mods and jetting,louder and the two stroke smoke.im sure theres more but thats what i can come up with right now.

i say for your riding conditions a 2stroke will be more fun because two strokes tend to be faster out of the hole and lighter,so if short burst of blasting around is what you will be doing i say get banshee or even a built to the gills blaster (dont laugh till you ride one hard).
blasters are teh shit but banshees are better kik

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yeah if all you have is a small space then I would get a 2 stroke they are more pepy a big 4 stroke is more of a top end flatter curve quad
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A 2-cycle will need to be rebuilt more often, but the power to wieght ratio is better on a 2cycle. The 2 cycle is also 100000x easier to work on (rebuild)... just keep extra plugs with you when riding far from home base... I would only chose a 4cycle over a 2 cycle IF I had to use it for WORK DAILY and it HAD to be reliable like a car. Otherwise, the 2 stroke for the sheer ability of having a 6-10K RPM powerband [NOM]
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What are some good older dirtbikes that are 4 stroke. If i get a dirtbike i want reliable.
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What are some good older dirtbikes that are 4 stroke. If i get a dirtbike i want reliable.
you cant beat honda for 4stroke reliability.
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2 strokes are plenty reliable i will NEVER buy a 4 stroke those are for slow old ass wimps. my kx500 is fine and i never have to change the plug granted i do after a full day of riding but yea 2 stroke for the win i would stay away from the yamahas with the twin motors double the parts = FTL
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2 strokes are plenty reliable i will NEVER buy a 4 stroke those are for slow old ass wimps. my kx500 is fine and i never have to change the plug granted i do after a full day of riding but yea 2 stroke for the win i would stay away from the yamahas with the twin motors double the parts = FTL
Ya 2strokes FTW, I have never driven anything faster than my dad's kx250 works replica. Just hearing the powerband kick in will make the hair on your neck stand up. Ya they may be a bit loud, smoke a little and the plug(s) only need to be changed if you run it at low rpms too long or you run it out of gas.
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2 strokes are plenty reliable i will NEVER buy a 4 stroke those are for slow old ass wimps. my kx500 is fine and i never have to change the plug granted i do after a full day of riding but yea 2 stroke for the win i would stay away from the yamahas with the twin motors double the parts = FTL
yeah because going 80mph on a raptor is what I see all the old people doing
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