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This should be fun. It's pretty clean. Doesn't start but by tomorrow night I'll have it going. 500 bucks. 2a929dce3bc28830ef905ea97a41a876.jpg

 

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I'm thinking starter relay. But I'll pull it apart and inspect everything.

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They tend to get water inside, rust and they get stuck,they all come with cheap parts,could be the rear brake switch also,

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It just clicks when you press the start button. I will pull the sp tomorrow and inspect the walls and head.

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It just clicks when you press the start button. I will pull the sp tomorrow and inspect the walls and head.

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Switch assembly go bad too,but you already know that I bet....check compression and all those goodies....

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Nice little project bike.   Can’t wait to see what you find and how it goes.  

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Okay. All clean inside from view of the sp. I put 2 stroke oil in it cause it will burn off anyway. I took a straw and stuck it in the qt container. Sealed the straw. Then blew into the sp hole. Let it sit and cranked over. I figured I would crank the hell out of it to lube the cylinder. But by the time that was said and done. The battery is dead. I did notice a few loose wires that I tightened

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I have to sort things out. And my kids helping so who knows how long. Lol

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I have to sort things out. And my kids helping so who knows how long. Lol

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I have my son too but all he does is takes my tools and parts places them everywhere,(only 2 years old boy twin) but he loves atv's just as I did when I was a kid.... good stuff bro... I saw an atv like the one you got for 600 (2017) dont know what's wrong with it, didn't get in to it,to many projects on my hands now

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Fried coil. Cracked stator case. No. Not cracked. Has a good size hole.

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5 hours ago, 06kfx440 said:

Fried coil. Cracked stator case. No. Not cracked. Has a good size hole.

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That sucks. Can you find parts for it? Is that a chinese ATV?

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I can find parts. I'm just going to replace a bunch of things. Even if it doesn't need to be changed.

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Yeah. They are all pretty much the same for all of them

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If the cover has a hole and you can’t find a replacement  there are always people out there that can close it up with a little heliarc welding job. Prob cost you $25 but worth it. 

 

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It's like a plastic cover. Or a very thin metal. I ordered that along with 5 other things. Cost 35 bucks

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Thanks bro. I'll take pics when I get back out there

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Just a thought. What would make it so the starter doesn't turn when you put power directly to the starter?

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What if it's new

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Is the starter mounted on the bike ? If so then maybe it’s locked up some how. 

Are you seeing a slight spark when you apply direct voltage ? And also can you remover the starter if it’s installed.  

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