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Common misconception is that you need to return to the dealer for an exact
oil filter for your ATV. Aftermarket companies actually make filters for
the O.E.M. market. Why go to the dealer when you can get the exact filter you
need at your local auto parts store such as CARQUEST or NAPA. Wix corporation
makes ATV filters that you'll find in most of your popular autopart stores.
In most cases, you'll pay allot less!
WIX is a leader in the filter business. Check out this
ATV FILTER CATALOG. Remember, you can
right down the filter # and have it cross-referenced at your local autopart
store if they don't carry WIX, CARQUEST, or NAPA.
You can also click on the part # for the filter image.
I have a 1997 Polaris sport 400l what type of oil can I use other than the Polaris oil. I have found online that it is a 10w-30 or 10w-40. the other problem its a 2 stroke so do I put 2 stroke oil or just regular oil I need help. thanks to everyone that reads this im new to the atv world
I have been working on a golf cart project for the last 4 months and ran into a major problem today, I have a 98 zr 500 snowmobile engine that I am planning to run in the reverse direction. I have set the timing to the opposite side of TDC and turned the pull starter around and come to find out, that I don't get any spark when pulling on the rope. I tested the wires going to the CDI and none of them get any power so I assumed that my stator wont work in reverse. Can I run power to the CDI from a battery and make it run? If so, what wire needs the power? If I can get it running, My next step is going to be to try and make it run on HHO and still inject the 2 cycle oil to keep it from overheating and ware out too quickly.
Has anyone ever found a way to turn a 2 stroke into a glo engine?
Im sure there is someone out there who is smart enough to tell me how to make this work.
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