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New to the group here and new to quads. Just picking up a 94 Kodiak 400 that needs work and I have found these groups to be very helpful and informative. I have a lot of bikes that I have built, repaired and kept running with the help of various forums and am looking forward to diving into this quad with everyones help.
Thanks for being here
Yamaha Kodiak 450 Auto 4×4
Adult owned and driven
Always parked in garage
Never in mud!
Only 168 miles!
Includes brand new 2500# Warn winch
Purchased new as dealer holdover in late 2006
No Trades Please
Liquid Cooled w/ Fan, SOHC
Starting System: Electric w/ Auxiliary Pull
Transmission: Yamaha Ultramatic® V-Belt with all-wheel engine braking / Hi,Lo,Neut.,Rev.,Park
Drive Train: Yamaha On-Command® push button 3-way locking differential, 2WD, 4WD, locked 4WD; Shaft
Suspension/Front: Independent Double Wishbone, 6.3″ w/ 5-way Preload Adjustment
Suspension/Rear: Independent Double Wishbone, 7.1″ w/ 5-way Preload Adjustment
Brakes/Front: Dual Hydraulic Disc
Brakes/Rear: Hydraulic Disc
Fuel Capacity: 4.0 Gallons
Dry Weight: 591 Lbs.
Rack Capacity: 88 Lbs.Fr. / 176 Lbs.Rr.
Towing Capacity: 1,102 Lbs.
Instrumentation: Digital LCD Multi-function display. Speedo, Odometer, Dual Trip, Hour, Clock, Gear Position, & Fuel Gauge
Lighting: Dual 30W Krypton Multi-reflector Headlights & 21/5W Brake light
CONTACT [email protected]
So, I got this 07' Polaris Outlaw 90 in the shop to rebuild top end and transmission. Replaced all bearings and gears in the transmission. Replaced cylinder and piston with brand new parts. Put the engine back on the frame and fired it up. Started great, but had a taping sound in the lower crank case. pulled the flywheel cover off and found the flywheel was wobbling and hitting the stator. I then replaced the stator and flywheel with brand new parts. Timing is all set on the timing marks now, but when I turn it over it kicks back when it fires and ends up stripping the starter idler gear. I've replaced the starter gear once already and now have to replace it again. Is it possible that the timing marks on the flywheel are off or maybe this flywheel is not for this exact model? Thinking of advancing the timing to try it, but don't want to keep going through idler gears.
Just thought I'd start a new thread for newbies to the site!
If you're new here, tell us who you are, where you're from and what you ride!!!
Lets get to know each other a little better shall we?
I'm not new to the site, obviously, but...
I'm Kristin from Denver!!! I ride a 2008 Yamaha Rhino. She's my muddy baby!!!!!! Several aftermarket parts on her. She's good to me! We try and ride every weekend. This weekend we're off to MOAB! :woot:
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The quad has done this off and on, almost since new, but it's gotten worse this year. Sometimes if I freshly charge the battery, it'll work fine, others times that won't matter. Turning the key to on it sounds like it's connecting as I go to the start position, slightly before the full turn, but it's not like there is just a sweet spot to find, it's totally erratic.
Now the battery is basically dead so I put a new, slightly bigger AGM battery in today to replace the factory one with all of 800 miles on it, but those have lots of plowing hours included.
I was able to get it started once, but it still went into limp mode after just a few moments of driving it (that's another topic), so I put it back in the garage and started probing around. Now it doesn't even try to turn over.
Is an ignition switch, the $18 shipped aftermarket variety on Amazon worth a shot? Or should I go straight for the starter? The new switch may not come for over a week, so I hate to just put my hopes in that if I'm missing something obvious. Fuses are good, so it's not something super obvious.
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