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Polaris ATV Forum

Posts about Polaris atv models and manufacturer specific topics.

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    • I am trying to find a used OEM cylinder for the above mentioned quad. I was told the current cylinder came from Amazon so I suspect its aftermarket china (made from recycled coat hangers and shopping carts.) Anyway, was looking at the parts list and they have 2 cylinders listed.. 11210-19B82-0F0 MODEL X/Y and.. 11210-19B90-0F0 MODEL K1/K2 My engine case is stamped K403 230829 Trying to figure out what model I have. I see I have a K in there but.... I don't know what the differences are between the cylinders (the first one cost more). Anybody know how to decipher this? I only have the engine, I don't have the frame to get the actual VIN.   Also, are there any marks on an OEM cylinder to differentiate it from aftermarket?  
    • I bet that's it.  Thinking back, this was an electrical fire at some point so if you replaced the harness and the usual plug, plug wire, coil, etc test good then you've resolved about every end point on the harness that has an effect on performance...so it almost has to be the flywheel and/or stator.  I assume you ohmed out the reg/rect and it's good.  I'm firmly convinced this is electrical related.
    • So a flywheel it is then!  Found a deal on an RM stator flywheel for $123 new.  I have the new stator at the garage.  Going to pull the trigger today for the flywheel. 
    • Hahaha as old as yours, thats great.  I wonder what they would think about my 2006!!!!! Dinosaur 🦕 
    • You and I both hate throwing parts at it without knowing they actually need replacing...and flywheels aren't exceptionally cheap.  But I'm not sure what's left, you've pretty much ruled everything out.  Listening to the video, I'm not hearing a fuel issue, I'm hearing something electrical intermittently cutting off under load.  Under load issues are nearly always heat or gravity related so if it does it with a cold motor that almost only leaves gravity.

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