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It's been a while since I posted. Fan trouble and the replacement I sourced on amazon is still working great on my 2005 Suzuki KQ700.
Unfortunately this year I lost my outdoor best friend. He's that go to guy for everything … the day run, may walleye opener, last minute hey my boat's at work get your a$$ over here with your rod and let's go kinda buddy. I bought the quad last year in March and with him gave it the once over and prepped it for fall hunting season, but cancer took him before we could enjoy this new aspect of outdoor life. We planned an October trip into the bush with our quads guns and tent trailer. It never happened. A tribute to our fallen and lost.... But in their memory take the opportunity to grasp every minute of the outdoors you can, life is short... you can sleep at the end...
I've curious what everyone has been doing to prep for the spring season. I mounted my battery and the quad started up straight and easy, just powered it up once or twice to juice the injectors and it fired up after a couple of seconds. I let it run, confirmed fan started, checked charge voltage. all good. I did all my oils in the fall to make sure no water was present anywhere so skipped that this spring.
So what have I done over the winter to prep for quadding? I've been researching. This year I am going to cross over quading with brook trout fishing. So I have been pouring over my old maps from my youth, google maps... looking for those faint markings of trails I can't travel in my F150 (well not yet, paint still looks pretty good ).
So I bought a 2001 Quad Runner 250 for my son/wife. Sorry I run a Grizzly 660.
I’ve rode it many times with no issue.
My son’s first time out, I could always hear him but feeling he ran it red line in first gear a lot.
So this is what it was doing during/end of the 2-3 hour ride:
- halfway though noticed smoke (oil) coming from front of the motor sort of under exhaust manifold. Once back at the truck, it was really noticeable. Definitely oil burning off. I’m thinking from the top end maybe.
So quick inspection:
- No leaks or seepage of oil that I could see
- I pulled the plug and it’s black but not wet
- No blue/white smoke in exhaust
- seems to still ride fine
- Engine still has plenty of oil
But now that I’m looking at it back at the house - it’s a hard/won’t start when hot. It starts right up cold no problem but once it stalls when hot, have to let it sit for 10-15 before it will start again.
It wasn’t idling before that trip so I jacked up the idle a bit as well but I think that’s a carb clean/adjustment but...
Any input is appreciated.
Thanks for any help.
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I have an Outlaw 110 that will struggle to turn the engine over. Jump starting doesn't help other than the battery will drain LONG before the bike eventually starts, so is required. If you keep messing with it long enough it will eventually magically begin to crank fine and sometimes finally start. Once we finally get the bike to start and warm it up thoroughly, it will turn over and start just fine the rest of the day like nothing ever happened... next day it won't turn over again. Internet research has found lots of people saying they replaced starters, starter clutch, wiring, etc. but with only about 50/50 success rate for their particular problems... and I never found anybody describing a problem like mine, so I'm looking for advice/experience. Would rather not just start blindly throwing parts at it. Does anybody have any thoughts/ideas?
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This is the factory service manual for the 2017-2019 factory service manual for the sportsman 450/570 with electronic power steering
Submitter colin james Submitted 09/06/2018 Category Polaris ATV
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MX vs. ATV 2017 official Track Edition releases on January 4th 2017 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC
For a limited time only, and perfectly aligned with the start of the 2017 Supercross season on January 7th
15th December 2016 - Phoenix, AZ, USA/Vienna, Austria: THQ Nordic hereby announces the 2017 Official Track Edition of MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
Check out the trailer here (download link below):
While there are racing games out there that have replica tracks and seasons, this will be the first time in video game racing history (at least to the best of THQ Nordic’s knowledge), where players can download the official track layout days before the actual race each week throughout the entire season (except for Daytona). For example: players will be able to download Anaheim Round 1 on Tuesday and then watch the pros race the same track layout that Saturday night!
This special edition also marks a first for the MX vs. ATV series recreating an official Supercross season.
For a limited time, boxed versions of this game will go on sale Tuesday, January 4th with an MSRP of $39.99/€39.99 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC, including the full game of MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore plus all 16 races from the 2017 Supercross season (Daytona excluded).
Players who already own a copy of MX vs. ATV Supercross Encore will be able to pick up a DLC pack that will also give them a new track each week for an MSRP of $19.99/€19.99.
The link below takes you to the 30 second trailer, and a few screenshots for you to check out. These can be posted up any time after 9 am PST on Thursday, December 15th 2016.
Let us know if you have any questions and/or if you would like a review copy once the first track goes live on January 4th!
Stephanie Harman, PR THQ Nordic
Tel.: +43(0)664 88737 217
Mail: [email protected]
Florian Emmerich, PR THQ Nordic
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