If you purchased your Banshee used or have more than 80 hours on it, chances are it needs to come apart for a top-end inspection. The Banshee, like most other two-stroke sport quads, will perform well right up to the point of catastrophic failure. Checking out the condition of your Banshee's top end is a fairly simple project requiring little more than basic metric hand tools. You will need a set of box end wrenches, 3/8 drive socket set, Phillips and flat blade screw drivers, and a pick (you can purchase the tools cheaper than you would pay to have the work done at a shop). And as we have stated in the past, buy good tools--the bottom of the barrel stuff can sometimes be hard on the fasteners. Note: you'll also need a container for your coolant. Dispose of old coolant properly--don't dump it down the drain. Most auto parts stores will accept it.