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this bike! did this guy sucker me or what.. ok, looks like this means something is bent that I do not see or one rod is longer vs the other?
how long do you think this would last before it ripped into the tire? this is the right side, left side tire clears no problem
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By Frank Angerano
I’m looking for any member that may be familiar with the neutral safety switch on this bike.
I picked up a bayou 220 that I found sitting in a shed. Nice looking bike the guy said it would not start one day and put it away and never touched it again.
So it turns out the neutral safety switch is bad. I jumped it out and the bike fired up and runs good.
I’m more then capable of the work in changing it but this thing is buried pretty good. I’m curious if anyone has done the switch replacement before?
I attached some pics to see.
picture 1 is the side view you can see the green and red wires going into the cover.
Pic 2 shows looking down on the drive shaft coming out of that cover. That is not a simple cover you just pull off.
Im wondering how deep and how much shit has to come off like the drive shaft etc for this switch to be replaced.
So if any of the QC members have done this switch I’m looking for any input with regard to changing it.
I have a 94 Yamaha Timberwolf 250 4x4. I have no fire to the ignition switch, no nutral light, head lights, or tail light I can jump across the selinoid and start it. I put on a new solinoid. The neutral light comes on,while running, but dims when you give it throttle.
Would this be a relay, not letting fire go to the key switch? If so, could someone post diagram from a manual, on how to test the relays?
Thanks for any help
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By Martin Carrière
Recently bought my BB. Everything works great. Only thing is, each time I put it in reverse, it either starts to rev high and start moving without giving it gas or I'll give it a bit of gas and let go and it will still rev at the same rpm or higher and keep moving. Doesn't do it for high or low.
I have a 1991 Suzuki King Quad 300.
I bought it not long ago, and it has never run right. I bought a new diaphragm for it. It's sealed in that department.
It barely ran good before, and actually I got it to run fairly good, with a good pull with a clamp in air cleaner.
I put a snorkel on it, making sure to use pipe that would allow an ID as big as the carb intake flange, so there's no restrictions, and the same clamp on air cleaner.
I went through the carb again, even put a top quality Japanese rebuild kit in it.
It starts and idles perfectly. Has good power from idle to about 1/3, then anything past 1/3 throttle, or thereabouts, it just bogs down and completely dies. If I pull the choke in, I can get it to half throttle without it bogging down or dying.
It pops and backfires and sputters the whole time, then past a certain point the engine acts like I hit the kill switch.
It IS getting gas in the carb by the way, I put on a electronic fuel pump which helped things immensely. I put on a fuel pressure regulator and got the fuel to around 2 PSI.
I am at about 5,500 feet elevation, and the main jet is a 120.
I am considering coring out the main jet to a larger size to see if that helps anything. This quad is already such a gas hog, but maybe if it is jetted right it won't be so had?
Edit: It does actually run a tad better when it is warmed up.
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