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Kawasaki Bayou 300 Starter Motor Tip & Introduction


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Hello everyone!  Just joined up.  I've had a Kawaski Bayou KLF300 2x4 since my Dad bought it new in '86 (nearly as old as I am), done a lot to keep it running through the years, especially with starter motor and carburetor work.  I'm a veteran at cleaning the finicky CVK-32 carb, everytime I get idle hard start problems its drain the float bowl, and if no go then clean the carb, done that a dozen times over the years now.  Still in pretty good condition, kept out of the rain much its life, still runs like a Swiss watch starts right up, though now needs a bit of ether to get going if it's much below freezing.

I have a video I made on how to replace the starter motor quickly without removing the engine side cover or even draining the oil, so for my first post thought I'd post it here to help everyone else.  If someone needs a hand with this machine drop me a line!


I'm also working on a 1993 Suzuki QuadRunner 300 for a friend, could use a bit of help with that so I've made a separate topic here:

Thanks everyone, cheers!~


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