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    I know this has been talked about, so i did some research. After my research, i started buying parts. Here are the parts you need: 51380-HP7-A00, left front upper control arm 51370-HP7-A00, right front upper control arm 51350-HP5-600, right front lower control arm 51360-HP5-600, left front lower control arm 44615-HP5-600, front drive hubs (need 2) 53521-HP5-600, tie rods (need 2, this is just the adjuster rod, not the tie-rod ends) 51200-HP5-600, right steering knuckle 51250-HP5-600, left steering knuckle 53235-HP5-600, steering arm (connects the tie rod ends to the steering shaft) 23611-HP5-600, "final shaft", goes inside the engine, provides power to front and rear driveshafts) 40400-HP5-600, front driveshaft 44250-HP7-A31, right front axle 44350-HP7-A31, left front axle 11300-HP5-000, front crankcase cover 50350-HP5-600, front differential support bracket 41400-HP5-A50, front differential unit You also need the 4wd shift lever and the cable that connects it to the differential. there is not a part number for the whole assembly, just look on ebay. thats where i got mine. Now on to the good part, the turning of wrenches: Here is the engine before removal: after removal: front differential in position: ^^^notice the "TRX420TM" decal, indicating 2wd Here is a pic of the "final shaft", comparing the 2wd (in my hand) to the 4wd (in the engine). ^This is the most difficult part of this conversion, removing and opening the engine to swap out this shaft. However, there is a lovely video on youtube showing how to rebuild this engine and they clearly show the steps to remove/replace the rear cover and final shaft. Dont forget to remove the front cover before installing the new shaft, it will not fit thru the 2wd front cover. link to video>: once the new shaft is installed: you will need to install the front and rear covers using sealant, make sure all shims/washers and o-rings are in place in the correct locations referencing the video above. here is the right front corner mostly assembled: and fully assembled with hub, rotor, and brake caliper: I do have more pictures to upload, when i have more time i will update this further
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    hello everyone new to the site - so bear with me. got a very clean vintage Suzuki quad that I am looking to sell. its a 1990 LT-F250 Quadrunner with 1377 miles. starts and runs like a top. only a few flaws: small tear in seat, broken plastic headlight bezel, few scuffs on the fender flares. we bought it for use training our sled dogs but it was too light so we stepped up to a newer Honda. if you're looking for a vintage Suzuki quad this is the one you want. more photos and video upon request. thanks for looking!
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    Here are a couple of other ATV VIN decoders: http://www.vin-decoder.org/atv-vin-decoder http://www.cyclepedia.com/motorcycle-vin-decoder/
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    Here's My Pretty! Just got all cleaned up after riding in the muddy mud of Capital Forest!
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    Glad to see this is fixed, moved topic into Suzuki forum and added year into title.
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    So just installed the stator/pick up coil. Bike fired right up. Can't thank the forum enough. The manual links etc!! quadcrazy for life! Thanks again. IMG_8783.MOV
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    Ok so after some more looking around i found that the smaller wire coming from the battery positive was corroded and broken. Crimped new male connector on and everything works as it should. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    My guesses ....Bad ground, neutral switch or relay, wonky ignition switch.
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    Here is the link to download the yfm 250xl 1998 service manual .. Your 2000 250cc motor most likely has the same stator and pickup coil.
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    Sounds to me like either there is still some blockage in the fuel passages of the carb making it run lean without the choke on, or possibly the throttle slide needle is set wrong .. This video on rebuilding the carb might help:
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    I looked at the title of the request and realized it was actually an mz 100 you needed info on ...Searching on that didn't bring much of help up. Seems it was a Chinese quad imported into Europe by a German company .. Searching on it brought up a forum where someone stated it was a licensed copy of a Jehm Blazer. Searching on that, I found there are some US dealers in them and parts.. You may be able to get more info from one of them. I hope this helps and you're able to get the little mz running .
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    it will probably cost a little more than it did for mine, i was able to source some a couple used parts for much less than new. For instance, a new front diff for mine was $675, i got a used one for $80. it may be more difficult to source used parts for such a new machine. from some quick poking around on rockymountainatv.com using their Honda OEM catalog, it appears you will need to change your front knuckles, get front axles and differential, change front cover on engine, change final shaft in engine, change front tie-rods, add 4wd shifter and cable if i have time tonight after work i will try to get you a list of part numbers you would need
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    Someone else told me the same thing because the trails get ripped up by the tires.
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    thanks alot the mic im useing is just an average lepal microphone heres the link https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01L0A98DS/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0 and im using a gopro hero 4 silver the crash wasn't to bad lol thanks alot ride safe!
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    I agree the mic sounds great and the video quality is very good as well. Wear a helmet! 😨
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    Welcome to QUADCRAZY!
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    Mic sounds great. What kind of camera ae you using? The pic and audio are great. Glad the crash was a light one. Cool video, try to keep the rubber side down.
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    According to what I could find the AC motor is actually built by Kymco. The 366 has an 81 mm (3.188") bore. This L.A. outfit sells a sleeve kit for them. . I couldn't find any mention of oversize pistons, so it may be sleeving the bore and new stock piston is the only way to go. https://www.lasleeve.com/downloads/2013-Catalog-ATV-Section.pdf
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    The 2018 Can-Am off-road vehicle family includes new performance levels, specialized packages and exceptional value. © BRP 2017 172hp and 120hp turbocharged 2018 Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicles Can-Am SSV families receive refinements, new packages and more value Specialty ATV packages for performance, hunting and snow-belt enthusiasts
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    The 2018 Can-Am off-road vehicle family includes new performance levels, specialized packages and exceptional value. © BRP 2017 172hp and 120hp turbocharged 2018 Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicles Can-Am SSV families receive refinements, new packages and more value Specialty ATV packages for performance, hunting and snow-belt enthusiasts Valcourt, Quebec, June 1, 2017 – BRP (TSX:DOO) continues to optimize its Can-Am off-road lineup with multiple changes for 2018. The brand is again setting the bar with the most powerful factory-built side-by-side vehicle on the market, the new 172hp 2018 Maverick X3 Turbo R model. The thrilling Rotax ACE engine was reconfigured to deliver a potent 172hp straight from the factory. Additional lineup changes include more options for utility and recreational use, with the introduction of additional specialty packages. “The 2018 Can-Am lineup reflects the passion and exhilaration we bring to people,” said Anne-Marie LaBerge, BRP's senior VP, Global Brands & Communications. “Along with expanding our Maverick X3 and Defender family of off-road vehicles, we have enriched our recreational-utility category Can-Am Commander and Outlander ATV segments with added performance, improved value and more specialty packages.” SSV The Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side vehicle family continues to make industry-altering headlines with the arrival of the new 172hp 2018 Maverick X3 Turbo R model, the most powerful factory-built side-by-side vehicle on the market. The turbocharged 172hp 2018 Maverick X3 Turbo R model delivers 12 percent more horsepower and 10 percent added torque. The new flagship super-sport side-by-side vehicle can go from 0-60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. The Can-Am Maverick X3 side-by-side family also now includes a 120hp Maverick X3 Turbo side-by-side. The new vehicles, offered in two- and four-seat packages, start at less than $20,000 USD* and come standard with many of the performance features for which the Maverick X3 is known. To reinforce its influence in the utility-recreation category, the Can-Am Defender vehicle family now includes a market point-of-entry in the crew category with the Defender MAX HD8 package ($12,399 USD*). The new 2018 Defender MAX XT CAB HD10 super model features enhanced ground clearance, arched A-arms, with a greater footprint and an integrated heater system. The Commander 1000R side-by-side vehicle also received a significant update for 2018, with a performance bump to 92hp, a wider stance and larger brakes for enhanced appeal in the recreational-utility category. The Can-Am Commander 800 side-by-side vehicle has a $1,000* price drop (US) for the new model year. ATV Can-Am ATVs have long been recognized for their performance, precision-engineered handling and consumer-focused design, and those key pillars have been reinforced for 2018. Inspired by a Can-Am heritage model, the Outlander X xc 1000R ATV makes a triumphant return delivering the true crossover-type Sport-Rec performance. Powered by either a Rotax V-Twin 650 or Rotax V-Twin 850 engine, the all-new Outlander North Edition ATVs, available in one-up and MAX platforms, also includes an exclusive equipment package for cold weather and a super low L gear for hard work. The Can-Am Outlander Mossy Oak Hunting Edition ATVs now includes three available engine packages, as a new Outlander 450 package (starting at just $8,999 USD*) joins the existing 570 and 1000R Rotax V-Twin-powered offerings. *Based on Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price. Dealers may sell for less. About BRP BRP (TSX:DOO) is a global leader in the design, development, manufacturing, distribution and marketing of powersports vehicles and propulsion systems. Its portfolio includes Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-Doo watercraft, Can-Am off-road and Spyder vehicles, Evinrude and Rotax marine propulsion systems as well as Rotax engines for karts, motorcycles and recreational aircraft. BRP supports its line of products with a dedicated parts, accessories and clothing business. With annual sales of CA$4.2 billion from over 100 countries, the Company employs approximately 8,700 people worldwide. www.brp.com @BRPNews Press Release: http://www.brp.com/en/media-brp/press-room/news/2017-06-01.html
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    I did get the cover off finally lol. Thank you for the manual. I ended up sliding a putty knife all around the edges to break the gasket loose(I ordered a new one) and eventually got the case to come free. It turned out that one of my bearings was seized to the shaft ad the case. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    I appreciate your response. I ran a hot wire from the positive side of the battery to a 10 amp breaker then to a switch and finally to the positive wire of the fan. I also ran a ground from the negative wire of the fan to a bolt on the frame for a ground.
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    I love them so far. I may yet get a set of 1" spacers to go with them but haven't made up my mind. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    if anyone cares (which i doubt since its been 9 months since i posted this), i only spent $750 on the conversion overall. everything worked flawlessly first try. i used this honda to plow 30inches of snow from a steep 800ft driveway. never missed a beat. it was WAY cheaper than selling my 2wd rancher at a big loss and buying a 4wd version. if you can turn a wrench this is not too difficult for you to do at home
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