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  1. 2storkher

    2storkher New Member

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    Hey guys. Building a custom blast for my son this winter I got a 2004 stock bike with out a motor and some odds n ends I'm thinking of doing a +4 swing arm with a 400ex shock and a banshee alxe wheel spacer two or no would that be 2 wide? I'm having ken do the motor for me I got a spare 240 vito with the +3 stroker hes going to do the porting an mill the head for me. Carb size and jetting would be helpful have a couple banshee carbs laying around would those be better then the stock one? And want a longer steering stem and suggestions? Going with the asr +3 a arms with the yfz shocks any other suggestions would be helpful thanks
     
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    Hope your son has some experience. Sounds like a solid build.
    Banshee carbs are same size, almost identical.
     
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    Yea he does hes 16 been riding bikes and different quads for awhile now figured I would build him one of these always nice to pull up on people and they look at you on a blaster n laugh tell you take off like a screaming demon for sure lol
     
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    That's what I was getting at. IMHO a built Blaster is no joke.

    My son didn't want me to port his Banshee because he said I made the Blaster too peaky :p. Just because I nearly doubled the power?
    Ya, it rips hard :cool:
    Just a little DIY porting and Fat Bastard pipe.
     
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    Sounds like a nice build, similar to mine. I was thinking of returning my blaster to stock before I sell it. I have a few of the parts you list (+2+1 A-arms with banshee brakes and spindles, PEP ZPS rear shock off a 250R, B1 pipe, YFZ rear hubs for some extra width..) let me know if you would want to go the used route on any of those parts.
     
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    How much for the front setup the arms with hubs and tierod
     
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    I was thinking $350 for the whole setup ready to run. Arms, tie rods, hubs/spindles, rotors, calipers, lines, master cylinder and lever.

    Here are some pics from when I got them, can send more if you'd like.
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