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Polaris ATV Forum

Posts about Polaris atv models and manufacturer specific topics.

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    • New guy here but old to four wheelers.  I have been working on four wheel drives for eve now and just picked up an 02 Raptor 660 for my son \and more recently picked up an 03 400ex.  i have questions about the 400ex but i will post them in the right place..  Just wanted to say hi.
    • @Gary Kozdra I split your post from the older topic you posted in and started this new topic for you within the Suzuki ATV forum so you can get some assistance. What year is your LT80?
    • @mikeexplorer  Thanks Mike! The ability to draw my own might actually be the best route if I can't find any already built maps. What's the software called?
    • If you had bad gas it probably clogged the injector. you will have to try some injector cleaner Mike  
    • I have the Garmin Oregon 450t. It has the 100k Topo map built into it and I have used custom maps frequently. The format for a custom map is KMZ which is also known as a Google Earth file. (if you open the file on your computer, Google Earth will display it) To copy a custom map, connect it to your computer, you should see two removable drives open up. You want the one that refers to the SD card (usually the higher drive letter), copy the KMZ file into: X:\Garmin\CustomMaps   (X is the drive letter of the SD card) Now on my unit, to display the map is:  Setup -> Maps -> Select Map, will show what maps are on the SD card, touch it and then select "Enable" , you may or may not want to turn off the built in map depending on how it looks on screen, it may be too cluttered with both maps on. I have software where I can make my own maps from any JPG or PDF file. It is not free, but there may be free options out there, do a online search, I think you can do it with Google Earth. I have taken maps of ATV trail systems and did this so I can see exactly where I am on the trails, I also use it for other hobbies and really like this feature. Mike  
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