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2006 Suzuki King Quad 700 - Reviews

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Any issues concerns or maintenance tips beyond the standard oil and air box for me just picked up a very low mile king quad??

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Congrats. Beyond what you said, check your brakes, examine the frame for bends and dents, make sure all the drive functions work, check CV boots for tears. Check the sticky in this forum for a manual. I will look at specs on this and report if I discover something else.

What engine size is it?

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The first manual in OX`s sticky thread is for a 2005. I believe the model covers 2005-2007. Go to chapter 2 and review the periodic maintenance items.

http://www.quadcrazy.com/atvforum/suzuki-atv-forum/11118-2005-suzuki-king-quad-700-manual.html#post85042

Scan quality is rather low on that file and there are no bookmarks. I bought a manual from the link below. Cheap and you can download right away. They also mail you a disk. Clever marketing ploy too. Claim to be "green" because they don`t use paper. Yet sell stuff you can tear loudly through the woods with and burn all the fossil fuels you want. Brilliant.

REPAIR MANUAL DOWNLOADS

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Congrats. Beyond what you said, check your brakes, examine the frame for bends and dents, make sure all the drive functions work, check CV boots for tears. Check the sticky in this forum for a manual. I will look at specs on this and report if I discover something else.

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Hi there,

I've recently rebuilt a 2005 700 king quad engine that blew a piston due to over heating, or so its what it looks like!! Now the engine is back in and pured like a kitten for the first few start up tests. I called my buddy over who is the owner of the bike so he can give me a hand at getting the rest of the stuff back on and as he was testing it out in the shop and it started this knocking noise out of nowhere in the top end or i think anyways. Ive tried it all taking the head off to inspect, re-timed and re-timed, check the cam chain and cams and cannot figure out what it is. I have a video for whoever can give me idea what the heck it is. Thanks any help would be appreciated. Also it seems to stop knocking when i give it throttle???

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yQx2Xc6ktk]King quad engine knock - YouTube[/ame]

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Nasty knock. Before I heard it, I was thinking valves but it would be a wicked loose valve to make that noise. It follows the throttle.

Sounds like the timing chain is slapping up against the top of the head cover. When you had the cover off did you notice any wear markings on it? You said you re-timed it. Was it off? Would indicate the chain jumped and could mean a stretched chain or a problem with the tensioning components.

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no it wasnt off just thought maybe it might of been a tooth off or something.I will check the cover again but dont think i saw marks. I am going to do an oil test today someone suggested maybe low oil pressure.

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If you have oil up in the valve cams then your oil pressure is good. I`m still thinking timing chain. Is the tension adjuster working properly?

Attached is a snap shot from the manual for troubleshooting engine noise problem.

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Tim-anc , thanks for the pic i will use it as reference. I think the tensioner is working i also gave it a few clicks manually with a screw driver to tighten it up a bit more and still makes the noise. I doubt it something with the piston because its all new got the main bearing and con rod bearing checked to make sure while i was rebuilding and the tech said no probs. what is driving me is that it only started that noise after a few start ups it was running then all of a sudden knocking???

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I`d pull the tensioner out and see if plunger is at full extension. Remove the cap and spring first so the spring doesnt push the plunger when you remove it.

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Hi there,

I've recently rebuilt a 2005 700 king quad engine that blew a piston due to over heating, or so its what it looks like!! Now the engine is back in and pured like a kitten for the first few start up tests. I called my buddy over who is the owner of the bike so he can give me a hand at getting the rest of the stuff back on and as he was testing it out in the shop and it started this knocking noise out of nowhere in the top end or i think anyways. Ive tried it all taking the head off to inspect, re-timed and re-timed, check the cam chain and cams and cannot figure out what it is. I have a video for whoever can give me idea what the heck it is. Thanks any help would be appreciated. Also it seems to stop knocking when i give it throttle???

Any resolution to this?

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