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ATV was stolen out of our 2016 Voltage 3305 Toy Hauler that was at Cutting Edge Collision for repairs. The rear locks were broken on the rear of the toy hauler and the ATV was Stolen. Cutting Edge Collision is in a gated and secured area
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Im new to the forum and the quad I just got. I want to change oil in in. Its almost impossible to find anything on-line. I know it takes 10w40 and know the oil filter location. What oil should I use? Is there a cross reference for oil filter. The closest dealer to me is an hour away. I have NAPA close and like the WIX or Napa gold filters. Also is where can I get a Manuel for it? Thanks
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The bike starts right up every time, and sounds great, on flat ground it seems a little under powered, but just going up hills on just forest service roads really slows it down. I know it's only a 250 and I am too big to be riding my wifes bike. Were these bikes limited by the factory?
I picked up this bike from a family member who purchased it new, then let it sit for most of the last 13 years. It has less than 15 - 20 hours on it. I thought this would be a good first bike for my wife, and so far it is, so loves it.
The first thing I did when I got it was clean the jets on the carb, not knowing what I was doing I am sure I missed other things to look at when I had the carb out. After figuring out how to properly service this carb I plan to pull it again, and give it a more thorough cleaning. Before taking it apart again, I wanted to know what else I should do.
I did a little research and guys talked about mods to the air intake and and unplugging the exhaust... What's that mean....
I would prefer not to have to purchase a whole new exhaust.
I wouldn't mind installing a little bigger jets, but who is a reputable aftermarket?
I'm not looking for a race bike, but it just seems like it should have a little more zip.
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Hello all I'm new to the site. I'm asking for suggestions on building my 1999 warrior. I picked it up for a song at $200. nothing wrong with it other than it needs tires and a tune up. I have about $800. To put into it, other than tires and an exhaust any suggestions. This is my first sport quad I'm used to utility quads. Thanks for the suggestions
I was having a bad idle and i found the culprit.
I dont but to my eyes i think that needs cleaned. How should i clean it. I read to use dish soap or landuary detergent. I have also read to use a five gallon full of water and soap but or just enough water with soap to submerge the filter. So how should i clean my air filter
If anyone is having issues with the Mikuni VM24SS carb, I thought I would post what issues I had and how I resolved them.
Acquired a 93 Bayou 220 that had sat for over 4 years.
The carb was extremely corroded and pitted and full of leftover fuel.
Cleaned carb and bowl and was able to get the engine to start.
Within 30 seconds exhaust would heat up and start to glow red hot.
Removed carb and recleaned everything, including a second overnight soak.
Needless to say, after removing the carb for the 5th time and my frustration to the limit I
realized that my attention had been to the carb body and not to the bowl.
There is a small brass rod on the bottom of the carb that goes down into the float bowl but is seperated from the main section. I had cleaned that area very well....I had thought.
***The corrosion had sealed off the channel that runs from the main bowl section to the small tube section on the side of the float bowl. No amount of carb cleaner was going to get it to budge. So i took a small nail and started to scrape away the corrosion and was eventually able to dislodge enought of the corrosion that carb cleaner would flow through that channel. ***
I thoroughly cleaned each side of the channel in the float bowl and reinstalled the carb and now the issue of it running lean is gone.
On a second note the fuel mixture screw was a nightmare to remove as the threads had been corroded and wouldnt let the screw come out. I used a little cutting oil and worked the mixture screw in and out until I was able to push past the corroded threads and completely remove the needle. After a couple passes with a tap to clean the threads it is like new again.
Hope this helps if you are having a lean running machine.
Hey there, i have been reading lately about making an ATV or UTV street legal. Ive run across more info than i knew was out there for several utvs, and some side by sides, the Polaris RZR seems to be a big hit with the street legal crowd.
Personally, i can say that i think the Kawasaki Bayous, Honda Rincon (or Recon?) are great choices too. I wanted to hear your thoughts on what you find to be the best for paved and hard packed gravel roads?
So what would you build for the road? Id love to know something thats got good mileage, and good handling on the roads.
ATV Cleaning Tips - Pro Remedies
With the help of some of the best mudders in the business we have a few mud tips to keep your paddles turning.For a growing number of ATV and UTV enthusiasts, dirt and water have become the key ingredients for the ultimate weekend adventure. While these muddy conditions have the distinct ability to initiate a chain reaction of mechanical chaos, equipment and rider failure can be avoided if proper preparation is performed. We picked the brains of several top mud racers for a few secrets that help propel them through the mud and look good doing it!
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