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Polaris ATV Forum

Posts about Polaris atv models and manufacturer specific topics.

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  1. Free Polaris ATV Manuals

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  2. How to set wheel alignment.

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  3. Polaris ATV Valve Adjustment

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  4. Polaris ATV VIN Number Decoder

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  5. Polaris ATV VIN Number Decoder & Search

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  6. Polaris Online Parts Catalog

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  7. '97 Sportsman 400L 4x4 Too Much Smoke

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  10. 04 magnum 330 4x4

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  12. 06 preditor 90

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    • The reverse light will only come on when you put it in reverse where the shifter makes ground contact through a switch obviously. So the 12v  positive wire (br) on the diagram going to the light #20 should always have 12v when the key is on.   The ground wire coming from the reverse switch may have a problem or the wire coming from it going to the bulb. Disconnect that wire #21 that provides the ground and see if the light goes off. If not then that wire is grounded someplace from the bulb socket to the reverse switch.  If it does go off then the reverse switch is not working properly. Take a tester and see if you have continuity from that wire on the switch to a good ground when the bike is NOT in reverse. If so the switch is broken and constantly grounded.  
    • ok.  I understand what your saying.  Any input from other forum members would be great too!  Do you know of any chain-cam lawn mowers?  maybe 0-turns?  (just wondering haha)
    • Most of the more inexpensive  lawnmowers are "flat head".  Their valves are in the block and the motors are less efficient  because of it , but they are  cheaper to  produce. I  haven't pulled any of the  newer utility overhead valve motors apart to see if they are push rod or overhead cam.  They are more efficient  and develop more power , but at greater expense to  manufacture. ATVs have mostly overhead cams because they are  more  efficient  and can easily be  made to rev much higher because the push rods  and rocker  arms are eliminated.  There is less mass to keep  in reciprocal  motion with  overhead cam actuated valves. Less mass -  easier to  move - and less chance of valve float at  higher  RPMs.  The motors can easily  produce  more power  per cc in an  overhead cam  motor  than  in a push rod  engine. 

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