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Let's not forget about or 3-Wheeler ATC fans. Everything 3-Wheeler related!

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  11. 1984 big red problems

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  12. 1985 Honda ATC 200x

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    • I don’t think the tape is a good idea. I would go back to the factory carb and set your fuel/air screw to 2-1/2 turns out from a snug tight position.  That should get you running enough to tune it. Either 1/4 turn in or out. The higher it revs while turning the better. Lower the idle if the engine revs to high.  Now as far as not running right and air box etc.  Yes the air box and filter need to be in place. And that needs to be done prior to adjusting the fuel/air screw.   Now after that is done you should check spark quality as well as add a new spark plug.  Make sure you have a good spark. Is the fuel fresh ? And the valve (petcock) on the tank flowing good fuel ?    
    • Hello All,
      I am looking for any help or suggestion that I might be able to get on how to wire a '04 Kodiak 400 4x4 motor into a Coleman Outfitters / Hisun 400 4x4 Utv. This machine had the Kodiak motor installed and was running until someone stripped the wiring to install new harness. They destroyed the old harness so it of little use now. We have a new harness for the Utv and part of the wiring to the Kodiak CDI and Voltage regulator/rectifier is in place. For now I am just trying to find a good diagram of the wiring needed to Power up the motor. Any help with this part of our issue would be greatly appreciated. I'm trying to help my son this machine running since he bought into this nightmare.
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    • Update and I hope someone can shed some light on this. So I cleaned the carb and no change in fact it seemed to get a little worse but I now believe that's because it needed some adjusting that I couldn't really do because of the way it was running. I still thought it was a fuel issue and it may very well be but I bought a new carb. It was cheap enough on amazon so I went that route. Installed the new carb and it starts and runs at idle better than before and smells much less rich but it would still not rev on throttle. It revved a little better with the choke on but still backfired and popped pretty badly and would not rev very high. I started thinking it could be timing so I did some searching and I found that was not likely the case but many people were saying it will run like crap without the air box installed and sealed. I had my doubts but I tried it anyway and it was the same. Without the airbox I tried covering the air intake and it flooded with fuel and stalled as would be expected. Once I put the air box on I covered the air intake again and it revved then began to stall so I covered half of the opening and bam it revs like it should. I'm debating covering half the opening with some duct tape and just go with it but I figured I would ask if anyone had any ideas for a proper fix. I suppose the issue could be not enough fuel in the mix or too much air since it idles fine but I'm not completely sure how to adjust it. Mixture screws are usually meant to adjust at idle and my issue is off idle with both the old and brand new carb. Does anyone have any ideas?

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