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By marek porowski
I was wondering if I can get any tips on maintenance. This is my first quad so I don’t have any experience with them. Is there some kind of a routine that I should keep doing every certain hounded of kilometers ?
My Polaris has 1200 km on it and I got it from auction so I have no idea what was done to it. I changed the engine oil And filter so far and I’m planning to change transmission fluid and front and rear differential.
So my Yamaha grizzly 700 wasn't going into reverse for some reason but Jon and George figured it out on what to do to fix that problem for me. Jon Talks about how he was able to fix that problem my Yamaha Grizzly was having with the reverse.
On a side note we are so close to 1k subs! hell ya!
Suzuki LT-F160 Quad Runner does not seem to run long on Reserve
was out riding and when tank got low,it ran funny,so we switched it over to reserve ...it ran for awhile then no more .
pulled it back to parking lot,filled it up started and ran ok.
what do I look at first?
the valve,or is there a separate fuel line leading to the valve?
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Ok...I'm gettin' me juevos ready to do an oir filter clean....
Went to my local harley/quad dealer and he had me purchase the No-Toil kit (Cleaner, Air Filter Oil, Rim Grease)
What I've read is that the No-Toil cleaner will NOT clean
other oils off air filters....just the No-Toil oil....
So, I've also read that others have cleaned their air filters
in the kitchen sink, used gasoline, or used flash solvent....
Looking for advice as I've mentioned I'm very mechanically
I'm going to wash the air box seal in the sink and give it a good dry....
One more thing......No-Toil or Bel-Ray for filter oil?
Has anyone found engine oil in their air filter box. The must be little or no baffle between crankcase ventilation and that hose that attaches to the air filter box.
I went to pick up my ATV today 60 miles away that they could not fix the jerky low speeds on and before I loaded it decided to check on this. Sure enough there was a good coating of oil with some pooling in the bottom of the air filter box. The air filter has oil on it too but is it a dry element or oiled element type. My guess from the color of it dry.
I heard on a comment on my YT videos that there is a kit for this issue? Is this a CFMOTO fix?
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