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JPRICE1981

2000 quad master 500 stator compartment

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Hello Everyone very new to working on ATVs and pretty sure Im getting ready to ask a stupid question !! but here goes !! should i have oil in my stator compartment on my suzuki 500 ?? this bike is backfiring bad and running rich when i pulled the plug to set it at TDC to check the valves I find that there is oil on the flywheel and Ive never seen this on any other ATV before any info would help !! Pretty sure I already know the answer but if you all could entertain me I would be greatfu !! THANKS IN ADVANCE !!

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