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Hello folks, my machine wound up with I think water in the tank etc. It runs but speeds up and slows back down randomly. When not running I don't see gas dripping from the drain nipple on bottom of float bowl and drain screw is closed tight. With normal idle speed I see no leaking. When the idle speed increases quite a bit on it's own, gas appears to start slowly dripping from float bowl drain nipple? I'm wondering if the carb is flooding and the gas is actually coming from higher up and just appears, to be coming out of nipple but, is actually running down the sides of the nipple? I put a kit in the factory Mikuni carb last year after sitting for a while and I think the gas in the jug I used had drawn moisture. I plan to pull the carb tomorrow and clean everything out. I was just curious if anyone else thinks it's probably something in the carb and is, acutally a flooding problem? Thanks Folks! 🙂
I am working on a basket case for a friend. It is a 98 Big Bear (YFM350FWB). It came with a parts machine which is a 96, which I am coming to find out is VERY different from his machine.
Anyway, first thing is first. I checked compression, 150psi. Valves are set correctly, and the engine is in time. I cleaned the carb, and there was some junk in the passages. It is a chinese carb, which I figured from the lack of markings or lettering altogether.
The bike runs. It idles ok, but breaks up badly under acceleration. Pulling a new spark plug shows it is running lean. White strap, with no black whatsoever. So I have the carb adjusted with the mixture screw out way too much (about 5 turns), and the diaphragm needle lifted to the top slot. It is still not getting enough fuel (or too much air). It backfires through the carb, and cannot get above idle without carrying on. The carb boot is in good shape, so it isn't pulling any air there. I did test this as well by spraying ether around the boot when running, looking for intake leaks.
Anything big I am missing here? I am starting to believe that this chinese carb is the issue. This quad came with the original carb, which I would like to rebuild and use, but the mixture screw is totally stuck, and stripped way down in its recess.
Thanks for any assistance.
Hello I appreciate the welcome into the group. I am beyond frustrated with this desperate search for parts. I have a 2013 XY power sports UTV 300. I had a catastrophic failure in my rear differential which resulted in the destruction of almost everything inside. I have located everything I need to completely redo the rear end. But I cannot find a short side axle shaft with six splines etc. it's an offset differential and one shaft is longer than the other and I need the short one. The tip of it broke off (pic). Any help in getting another shaft for this thing would be GREATLY appreciated. Thanks guys
If you're an outdoor enthusiast looking for adventure and off-road fun, an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) is an excellent choice. ATVs have become increasingly popular over the years, offering power, versatility, and excitement for riders of all skill levels. As we dive into 2023, let's take a look at some of the best ATVs the market has to offer.
1. Yamaha Grizzly 700
The Yamaha Grizzly 700 is a top contender in the ATV world. Its powerful 686cc engine delivers excellent performance, whether you're traversing rugged terrains or towing heavy loads. With Yamaha's Ultramatic transmission, the Grizzly 700 offers smooth and seamless gear shifting, making it a joy to ride. Its advanced suspension system ensures superior handling and comfort, while features like electronic power steering and On-Command 4WD add to its versatility.
2. Polaris Sportsman XP 1000
The Polaris Sportsman XP 1000 is another top-rated ATV known for its power and performance. Equipped with a 952cc engine, it delivers impressive acceleration and speed, perfect for adrenaline junkies. Its high ground clearance and active descent control provide excellent off-road capabilities, while the electronic power steering ensures easy maneuverability. The Sportsman XP 1000 also offers ample storage space, making it a practical choice for longer adventures.
3. Can-Am Outlander X mr 1000R
The Can-Am Outlander X mr 1000R is designed for those who crave extreme off-roading experiences. With a 976cc engine and a specially designed mud-ready transmission, it's built to tackle the toughest terrains. The Outlander X mr 1000R features snorkel air intake and relocate differential breathers to provide exceptional water fording capabilities. Its aggressive mud tires and sturdy suspension ensure maximum traction and durability, making it an ideal choice for off-road enthusiasts.
4. Honda FourTrax Rancher
The Honda FourTrax Rancher is a reliable and versatile ATV suitable for a variety of outdoor activities. Powered by a 420cc engine, it offers smooth power delivery and excellent fuel efficiency. Its compact size and lightweight design make it maneuverable in tight trails, while the independent rear suspension provides a comfortable ride. The FourTrax Rancher also features Honda's Electric Shift Program, allowing you to effortlessly change gears with the push of a button.
As you explore the market for your next ATV adventure, keep these top 2023 models in mind. Whether you prioritize power, versatility, or reliability, these ATVs offer exceptional performance and features to enhance your off-road experiences. Get ready to embrace the thrill of the outdoors and take on new adventures with one of these remarkable machines!
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Does anyone know what year they stopped producing the King Quad 300? - also what were the design changesBy jatho
Does anyone know what year they stopped producing the King Quad 300? - particularly in Australia and New Zealand
What were the design changes?
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