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Danny Trappitt

Does anyone know what quad this is

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Hi I bought my son an old quad but I can get parts as everyone tells me I need a model name.

the model number has been removed so I’m sort of stuffed but I need a few different parts to get it running again.

can anyone help by the pics please.?

 

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I was thinking if you can find a PN on any other part, you might could type in on the computer and you might could find the make and model that way.

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Those footrests stand out to me as either old atv or chinese. Haven't seen anything like that.

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@Danny Trappitt We have added this topic as posts to our facebook and twitter pages to see if we can get you some additional identification help 😁

 

 

 

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Could this be a Chinese 300cc machine? Sold under different brands including Buyang and Feishen. See manual at http://www.buyangvehicle.com/pdf/MANUAL- FA-D300 4WD.PDF

Parts are available (assuming this machine is a Chinese 300cc) through AliExpress etc from China - see https://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?catId=0&initiative_id=SB_20180824150511&SearchText=buyang+atv

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I'm betting it is a Taiwan made 2 stroke 90. If so they were sold under many names (Dinli, DRR, Manco etc) I have a Manco that I used Polaris 90 parts when I rebuilt the engine. Id suggest removing some of the plastic covers off the engine and see if you find an engine model number

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Looks like GY6 engine. It should have an engine number on the left side of the engine ans a VIN number somewhere on the front frame. What is the lever on the rear end? 
I don't see a oil cooler either (E-ton)
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Looks like GY6 engine. It should have an engine number on the left side of the engine ans a VIN number somewhere on the front frame. What is the lever on the rear end? 
I don't see a oil cooler either (E-ton)
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Is that lever on a FNR gearbox mounted on the rear axle? Have not seen one like that if so.


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Definitely gy6 based engine. The box on the rear axle should be FNR. Since it's on the axle I would expect that to be possibly an early 90s model. The thing I believe will be the key to identify it will be the brake handle mounted by the right knee. I've been around bikes and atvs state side for 24 years and haven't seen one with that set up.

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