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The 2019 ATV Motocross National Championship Series (ATVMX), an AMA National Championship, headed to Sunset Ridge MX in Walnut, Illinois for the sixth AMA Pro round and fifth amateur ATVMX round.
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Hoping someone will be able to help.
I have a 2006 Kawasaki Prairie 700 with twin Keihin Carbs CKVR D32. The Rear Carb is leaking out the side during cranking. it is not the float bowl overflow. It is on the opposite side of the carb from the diaphragm.
I got this bike not running and someone had already messed with it. I took the carbs apart , cleaned and rebuilt. Everything went pretty easy. It looks like it could be missing a small tube between the carbs but I have all of them listed in the service manual installed. See the pic for where it is leaking from...
Any help would be much appreciated.. Thanks.
I am new to this forum, have been atving for 3 yrs. recently got rid of my old 2006 Yamaha Kodiak , bought an new 2016 570 sportsman , I noticed that it was rather open in the front portion of the bike , so I installed alum. checker plate to protect the battery and rad . hose. but I did not think to protect the exposed sides of the rad. as I live in northern british Columbia and we drive on old logging roads and we clear a lot of trails. on my 3 rd ride I got a stick thru the rad, and into the elec. fan . 2 rides later the fan broke apart. but luckily I ahd since put on home made side guards out of sheet metal .. this actually created better air flow and kept the machine cooler, but my problem is with polaris, they installed side rad guards on the 2014 models- the 2015 models, then took them off for 2016 , I have seen lots of complaints about over heating, as a result of no air flow across the bike , due to no guards, then I get a picture of a 2016.5 limited edtion Canadian 570 that has rad. side guards, I put in an appeal and they will not come good for the fan and motor, I like the bike a lot , but am not very happy with polaris and their stupid idea to remove the side guards, not everyone drives on logging roads
Just curious if anyone is making their home "smart" in terms of plugs, outlets, switches, cameras, alexa, google, etc. I've got a few things going and just installed some smart switches. I'm pretty happy with the overall setup and got everything on amazon. Here' what I have:
Indoor and Outdoor Zmodo camera pack $75. Bought 2 of these and run them through the meshare or zmodo app. I want to get teh NVR setup and find that these cameras work pretty well.
Zmodo Greet Pro Video Doorbell $165
TP-Link 3 Dimmer Switch pack $99.99 when on sale controlled through Kasa App
TP-Link 3 smart switch pack $79.99 when on sale controlled through Kasa App
TP-Link smart bulb x2 for $20 each
TP-Link smart plug $17
Nest e learning thermostats 2 of them $169 each but got them on black friday for $120, have to use nest app
Amazon echo dot 2nd generation, 2 of these.
I also have a couple of fire tv sticks 4k
I also have an apple tv and a chromecast I don't use.
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By Anthony Marceau
Hi everyone! I have a 1986 yamaha moto4 200 that's been sitting for a while! Cleaned the carb, replaced engine oil, put fresh gas in it. Got it running and went for a ride! It was running great just a little backfire once in a while! I barely made it home on the way back and now the bike won't run at all since then! It will start if I give a little bit of throttle but dies instantly as soon as I let go off the throttle! And even if I try to rev it up it'll sound like its not getting enough gas.. it revs up a couple hundred rpm's and backfires through the carb.. it almost sounds as if I was trying to take off from zero in 5th gear! Nothing is seized though! I dissasembled the head and the piston and cylinder are fine! Rebuilt the carb, replaced the ignition source coil.. I don't know what to do anymore.. compression test shows 90 psi Specs are 128 psi but i'm not sure if I trust my compression tester.. any ideas? Thanks!!
Long story short. I bought this off my neighbor and only has 3 gears. The part that holds the shifter rod on broke, this is on the inside where the clutch is. The rod moved out of its spot and when they welded it back together only has 3 gears. I have a new case for it just need to know how to get the shifter in the right spot before I put it back together. I am missing the indicator that shows me where neutral is. A link to a good Manuel would be great. Thanks
I have a 1996 kawasaki bayou 300 that i cant seem to get running for more then about 10 seconds i think i need it to spin a little faster. i had it giving it to me and havent ever worked on a four wheeler yet. i have already cleaned the carb and did all the maintainance things i could think of. and am hoping for a good starting point Thanks Guys!!
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