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I have a 1994 big bear and I am starting to have issues starting. I put in a new starter and selnoid as the at stopped starting with the electrical but will still start with the pull cord. Where and what now should I be looking at to check? If I turn key to on and the switch to on then hit the start button, the bike clicks and then nothing. Lights still work but no response to the starter. Stumped now. Any help would be greAt.
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Hi I have a 2008 quadzilla 320e ,engine is sound but takes a lot of starting when left a day or so turns over well misfires ,change plug and starts straight up and will run fine and restart at the touch of the button anyone point me in right direction where to look thanks
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No lift , sorry I just put that tag on picture, But I first put ITP type 7 mags with mud lite 25'" tires on it, I think 25 X 8 X 10 on front and 25" X 9 or 10 X 12 on rear, all on 12 inch rims. It did no rub any on the front or rear and I even could have went up to 26" in the rear (Plenty of room) It gave me just at or over 2 inches in ground clearance. Man all the frame bottoming out went away and did I have some fun in the mud holes. This disgusted all my ridding buddys because I went everwhere they went and most of the time I was the first to hit the deep mud holes. Also If you want a little deeper sound just take the spark arrester out, sounds great. Caution though if you go from stock tires to tires like mud tires I went from spinning my wheels on steep hills (To steep really) to the rear tires catching fast and flipping it on me a couple of times. However I see you have a winch to weight you down in front.
The second wheel & rims seen in picture are ITP type 4 mags with the same tires as above. Let me know if you need some help on the thing i have changed brakes it and a few other things.
The above is a pm I recieved. Just thought I would share with evrybody.
MOTORSPORT AFTERMARKET GROUP, INC. ANNOUNCES THE ACQUISTION OF DRAGONFIRE RACING
IRVINE, California, December 1, 2008 – Motorsport Aftermarket Group, Inc. (“MAG”) is pleased to announce its acquisition of DragonFire Racing, a leading supplier of aftermarket racing and performance parts for ATVs and UTVs.
Brian Etter, President and CEO of MAG said, “We are excited to continue our expansion into the Off-Road market with the addition of DragonFire Racing. DragonFire Racing, with its comprehensive line of performance parts and accessories, launches us into the attractive UTV segment. We are confident that Todd Romano and his team will continue to deliver quality products and services for our combined company.”
Todd Romano, President of DragonFire Racing said, “DragonFire Racing is recognized as an industry leader in performance parts and accessories for Side-by-Side UTVs, Desert Race Cars, Pre-Runners and ATVs. I am looking forward to working with the design, engineering, manufacturing and financial resources that MAG brings to our business. Our growth and success have come from the ability to consistently bring exciting new products to market. Our OE Partnerships, Direct to Dealers and Distribution Channels will see growth from our current product offering, as well as expansion to Street, Mud, Hunt and introduction of the DragonFire SXS. In addition to being great for growing our business, it also opens up new opportunities to our talented and dedicated employees.”
MAG is a group of businesses that design, build and sell products for Street and Off-Road motorsport markets. The MAG family of companies includes Renthal, Vance & Hines, Kuryakyn, Mustang Motorcycle Products, Performance Machine, Forge-Tec Motorcycle Wheels, Progressive Suspension, MAG Europe, and J&P Cycles.
Since its inception in 2000, Motorsport Aftermarket Group (MAG) has successfully acquired leading brands in the motorsport parts and accessories aftermarket. No other industry participant owns as many dominant brands. Each MAG company is a leader in its market segments. The MAG companies enjoy long histories of leadership and innovation, some dating back to the 1970s. MAG’s businesses are operated independently to support continued innovation, creative freedom, and to be close to their customers. Our teams also work together in product design and development, marketing and advertising, and special events to take advantage of our combined experience and resources. The MAG corporate office provides support in the areas of business development, finance, sourcing, information technology, and administration that is unmatched in the industry.
Visit us at www.maggroup.com and www.dragonfireracing.com.
ok so ive been talkin to some ppl with these rev boxs and they say its a quick, easy, and worth buying upgrade.
heres the one im thinkin about buyin...
eBay Motors: AMR STAGE 2 REV BOX HONDA TRX 400EX IGNITION 400 CDI (item 370064886695 end time Aug-28-08 16:57:54 PDT)
i was talkin to my buddy about it and he said it would eventually blow the engine(i kno bullshitt right?). i said i wouldnt think so, unless i held it wide open for a prolonged amount of time. but my question is, could this rev box possibly blow my engine? im tryin to make my quad as fast as possible without taking away the 400ex's well known reliability.
and another question wat stage should i get? stage 2 or 3? remeber my quad is stock
thanks alot guys
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