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    • That’s a way high rpm for a start up. A cold start rpm should be about 1500 and come down to 800-900.   Hopefully your new cheap carb will give you some good indicators as to what’s going on. My guess is the engine will fire right up, idle and run well sitting.  Once you go to ride it then you will see how the cheap carbs react and have flat spots on the throttle but maybe you will get lucky.   
    • That’s a good price range to go off of.  I have a max of $500 when buying.  Hopefully that bayou is not burnt up  due to the wires being backwards.  I’ve never seen that color pattern on a bayou either.  I’m really hoping they both only need a good tare  down and cleansing of the carbs and that’s it.   What’s with the seat for the bayou did it come with the bike? I don’t see it.  I’ve gotten into making and installing my own seat covers  and they come out great. I use an air powered staple gun and they look sharp.   I but whatever material I need from amazon.   If your going to keep the plastics the original color then spray them down good with armor all now and let it soak in, it helps a lot.  Keep us posted.  
    • They really could only be maybe two things.  An electronic choke control or a throttle position sensor.  I don’t think your machine had the TPS. What color are the wires?   Can you post a picture or two?
    • The TImberWolf looks really fun, and is actually in great shape. I got it to spin over with a jump So that's a good start. Needs some tires and tlc but gonna be a quick one for sure. Takes a lot of cleaning, usually pull everything apart and go from there but they usually clean up nice. I pick them up off craigslist or facebook. Most are way over priced. I limit myself usually to 350 max apiece. Az
    • After hard wiring in a "starter circuit bypass" for testing/emergency use, it never acted up again. I used the bike for another trip or two to the dunes but have now sold it and upgraded my son to a TRX250. I suspect that the battery was the only problem all along and that my make shift jump start method wasn't as good as I thought it was.  Thank you to all who offered help.

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