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Where To Ride Your ATV

Discussion forum on where to ride your ATV. Where do you ride? You can also post in our Regional Forums for specific locations by state and region. 

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  2. NC Trails

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  3. Who do you ride with? 1 2 3

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  4. Great site for trail info!

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  5. Places in BC to ride?

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  14. Mud Pit at Paradise

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  17. New Year's Day ride at Leejak.

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  • Latest Forum Posts

    • No alternator, I have a stator and two wires come off of that to the rectifier/regulator for the charging circuit, two wires provide AC to the CDI box and two wires provide the pulse from the pickup to the CDI box.  The later models have an alternator that provides DC to the charge circuit and the CDI I believe.  I've attached the schematic I've been using that seems to match what I've got.   Thanks
    • The rust is no big deal I was saying it looked new.   Color looks great and seems very fresh.    Grease is a must when reassembling.    
    • Thanks Frank, Mine must be an 'early 95' because that is not the wiring diagram for my quad.  I don't have an alternator and I have a 4 wire ignition switch.  Completely different CDI as well.  My Y/R wire is grounded when either the kill switch is off or the key is off (or both) and open when in 'ready to run' mode.  I don't see any constant 12v feed to my CDI, and as I see it there shouldn't be.  I've swapped the good bike's CDI to the bad but I don't recall swapping the bad one to the good, I can try that tonight but I'm pretty sure it'll work.  I get the same intermittent spark with both CDI's and both coils.   Thanks!!
    • Right, I may as well open up the rear diff while at it.  The u joint didn’t look like that when I first pulled it apart; it seems to have developed surface rust while sitting exposed to the air apparently.  It’s in garage, but non heated.  I turn on a couple of infared heaters when I go out there to work.  I’ll definitely still hit it with some fresh grease before putting it all back together.

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