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Arctic Cat ATV Forum

Posts about Arctic Cat atv models and manufacturer specific topics.


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    • Already have a fan on the way, and some replacement valve inspection caps to try and stem the tide of oil leaking right onto the exhaust. It’s like a friggin James Bond 007 car with the smokescreen button 😂 Might just pick up a couple of the 250s cams and throw the other one in my Frankenquad (160 with a 230e motor swapped in, and a DG RCM neighbor annoyer) to spice things up   Threw a coat of paint on the plastics after a lot of media blasting and priming and sanding. JD Yellow from TSC Racing is a damn near dead ringer for the Suzuki yellow.  Please login to view attachment Please login to view attachment Please login to view attachment
    • A friend found one for me on facebook marketplace and I gave him a bottle of scotch as finders fee.  It was about the same price, same condition, same color and might even be the same year.  I tore it all down and rebuilt it and wouldn't trade it for anything. Another thing I could recommend is a 6 inch fan on the brake-lever side blowing sideways across the engine.  It keeps my left leg warm in winter lol, but more importantly it keeps the engine cool so the ring gaps don't close and start burning oil.
    • Before buying any parts it couldn't hurt to check the cam timing. If the cam chain has stretched and jumped a tooth ( or been assembled wrong) then you could have this problem. An engine can have compression and spark but if the timing is off, it won't run or run right. This also applies to a flywheel key that is tweaked which affects ignition timing.
    • Yeah no rear shock on some of these, they bounce around on the tires, just don't over inflate them.
    • Yeah, very impressive and nice find!  Those king quads last forever, my friend had one years ago and bought one in pretty good shape not too long ago.

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