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By Fhai Catz-eteh
I have been on K&N's website, but cannot seem to find a cross reference for my 2009 Outlander 400 XT EFI air filter. The OEM BRP filter number is 707800264. They (K&N) lists many that look like the original that I am replacing, but it would be awesome if someone has a K&N model number they have installed that has the right fit and function. Any info would be greatly appreciated -Cheers!
I like to ride in wooded and grassy areas. It takes my mind off the everyday routines and helps me deal with my father's cancer. Also gives me a reason to get involved with forums like this one.
I recently bought a 94 Yamaha kodiak 400 and I'm enjoying it, but something has got me curious there is a hole in the left front fender by the handlebars that isn't damage its clearly a factory made cut and when I google the same model it has that same spot but with a plastic covering over it. What exactly is this spot for?
So far so good.
I haven't found anything yet that really slowed this machine down.
However I was running a trail the other day that turned out to be a LOT of FUN up here in my big backyard.
I ran across something that I traversed readily the way I was going but made me think "lower pressure" and maybe a ground anchor would be handy.
It wasn't huge, but it was a slick rock face at a pretty good angle.
It was an easy roll through with a bit of gas at the bottom going the way I was but going the other way it might be a bit of a pain.
Its the first thing I've seen where dropping the tire pressure might be beneficial.
The rest of the trail my tires did really well on at their current pressure.
I've got an emergency Co2 driven pump, but wouldn't want to waste the cartridges just to air up a few pounds.
Does any one run an onboard compressor on their ATV or has found an ATV sized portable plug in unit that works well?
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