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View File 2018 Textron Wildcat Sport Service Manual 2018 Textron Wildcat Sport Service Manual Submitter flyinbrian365 Submitted 09/07/2018 Category Textron Off Road UTV
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I really.... REALLY... wish that whoever had designed the frame/engine for the TRX-200 had thought about giving people the ability to pull the head without having the remove the entire engine. I'm on round two of pulling this thing off / putting it back on.
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I just bought a 2018 Can Am 570 Outlander and was hoping to try to find a way to convert a Can Am 2-up seat that I picked up on Craigslist to my new machine in some fashion. No way to do it without the seat sitting up 8-9 inches above the main seat. Scrapped that Idea but decided to try to convert it to my Honda Rancher. Also in a way that would allow me to remove it quickly and allow access to my battery compartment if necessary. Here's what I came up with. Since the seat has two fork like protrusions on the front underside I needed to come up with something that they would lock into. On rear underside there is a spring loaded handle that allows it to lock onto a 3/8" round bar. I wanted the bar that the front part of the seat locked into to also be removable so I came up with a design for the bar that would slide onto the front side of the rear rack and pin into place using the rack itself as the mounting base. Then I welded a couple pieces of 3/4" pipe to the rear part of the rear rack with a piece of 3/8" solid bar stock onto the front of the two pieces of pipe that were welded to the rear section of the rack. The forks of the seat lock into the front bar, the pipes at the back not only support the rear part of the seat but act as a centering guide for the two locking mechanisms that lock onto the 3/8" bar stock. When it is locked into place it is extremely solid and has no way of coming loose except when I release the spring loaded handle. And it actually doesn't look too bad when installed either. Plus, the front side of the rear seat acts as a back rest for the small of the drivers back, pretty cool.
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Helping my Father-in-Law get his 1987 (I think) Big Bear 350 running so he can sell it. I can't get it into neutral (or don't know how) so I can pressure wash it before starting repairs. See photo. Clutch is hard to operate. I clicked down on the shift pedal to what I think is 1st then pulled up one click, but it's still in gear. The brake drum is stuck and the electrical system needs tracing out. How can I get it in neutral or just get the wheels rolling?
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Does anyone have some experience with this model? Seems motor may not have passed the tests or held up very well for this beast of a machine. Not sure but parts are limited. One way or another this one will rise again and get a little mud on the tires....Thanks in advance for your knowledge should you care to share!
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I want to upgrade, not sure what size tires will fit and do I need wheel spacers and lift kit?
What performance mods do I need to do for the larger tires or don't need to ?
Like the Maxxis Vipr tires.
Maxxis Vipr front 27x9R-14
Maxxis Vipr Rear 27x11R-14
What size wheel will work? offset?
Stock 25x10-12 Rears and 25x8-12 Fronts
Stick with 12 inch wheels and get taller tires?
Hi. I recently had to replace the diaphragm on my QM 500, so I decided to add a sigma 6 jet kit. I basically replaces the main jet with a 135 (was 130) and moved the clip on the needle down one space (as per their directions) towards the RICH direction. Now that I have it reinstalled it starts great, idles great but if you try and give it any throttle it sputters, pops and looses all power. With the choke on it will accept throttle.
This implies to me that I am running LEAN, which seems strange as I moved the needle towards rich and put a bigger jet in?
I have checked the rubber connections on either side of the carb, the carb has been out and it is CLEAN.
So any thoughts other then just "clean the carb".
A buddy of mine just got 2 falcon 110s a few weeks back that had been sitting around for a few years, and got me to get them running. Well at least one, and took parts from the other one as needed.
He is trading me the other one for labor costs. I really did not want to do this since I could use the money, but I am going to anyway. So my question is, where can I find some good performance parts for this thing. The one I rode went pretty good, but Im a speed freak of sorts and want to built it to go faster. I want to make a crazy little toy for myself with this thing. I already know about the after market CDI and coils, but would like to go way further than that with a possible cam and head, maybe even a larger bore if possible.
Thanks for any replies.
This is part number: RDBK-H.
TRX300 2x4 1988-2000
TRX300 4x4 1988-2000
TRX350 RANCHER 2x4 2000-2006
TRX350 RANCHER 4x4 2000-2006
TRX400AT RANCHER 400 2004-2007
TRX420 RANCHER 4x2 2007-NEWER (with Solid Rear AXLE, not IRS MODELS)
TRX420 RANCHER 4x4 2007-NEWER (with Solid Rear AXLE, not IRS MODELS)
TRX400 FOREMAN 4x4 1995-2003
TRX500 RUBICON 2001- NEWER
TRX500 FOREMAN 500 2005-NEWER
So we start it off, everything was packaged nicely.
Full color instructions....nice touch:
Disc looks sturdy:
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