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Tony Amato

2008 Polaris Outlaw 90 CC electrical system question

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I recently bought a 2008 Polaris 90cc outlaw for my daughter it only needed a few things like a carburetor and a transmission shaft which I fixed with ease. The headlights on this vehicle are dim so I bought a aftermarket set of headlights also a  small winch does anyone know if the stator puts out enough voltage to run these extra accessories do they sell a stator that puts out higher amps? I would appreciate any help that you guys should give me

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Are those aftermarket lights led or just upgraded bulbs with higher output? Have you tested your stator output and voltage regulator? I

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I don’t think your lights will have any issues weather led or incandescent, the winch in any bike however puts a huge draw on the battery and could also burn the stator out if pushed too hard ie runnning the winch too long especially with a load on it. 

I would change the lights and hold off on the winch. 

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Hi ; I been having a problem figuring out if theres a special way the transmission gears on my daughters 08 Polaris outlaw 90 {Automatic Trans} I put  it all together and the gears all mesh  correctly it goes into all gears F/N/R but when I try to put the shifter into the  shift gate it will only go into foward and neutral  because the travel is shorter  is a certain way the gears are set ?  I would apprieciate any help you guys can give to me, it rides  perfectly but w/o the shift gate attached im afraid I'll be rebuilding the thans sooner than I think        

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