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  1. Ok good so that eliminates that. I think your next move is back to the fuel. I know you soaked/vibrated the carburetor good but sometimes the clogs are not as easy as soaking and if something got wedged in like a small piece of dirt or rust. You may want to take that carb off and take a pice of wire and clean all the jets and ports out good. I like to take a piece of brake cable from a bike and separate the strands and use one of the strands. It fits right in the little holes. Blow it out with air and re assemble. Make sure the float is good and set right and not closing to early. Double check the gas petcock on the tank and make sure it’s clear and free flowing. This will eliminate any fuel delivery problems or questions. Put a fresh plug in and see what happens. If this clears it up great if not you have to start looking at spark issues or a breakdown in the ignition system. Double check that your kill switch is not faulty and shorting or a loose contact or full of water.
  2. Ahhhh I got you. There was a member not to long ago that asked that question and I think we pointed him in the direction of a marine radio mount. It’s water proof cover is ideal and it can house a bunch of different types of radios. Check them out on amazon.
  3. Good luck and I’m sure you will have it up and running in no time. Any questions you might have ask away. There are a bunch of members here to help you along with the engine, drivetrain as well as making it look good with paint, vinyl etc.
  4. Welcome to Quadcrazy!!!! You will find everything you need here wether it be repair information, accessorizing or just shooting the shit and posting pics and videos. Sounds like a nice bike. Here are a few different types that should work depending on what your looking for . Always remember to have an in-line fuse as close to the battery as possible. 12V Dual USB 2A/1A Charger Power Adapter Outlet Cigarette Lighter Socket Splitter With In-line 10A Fuse Wire for Car Boat Marine ATV RV Motorcycle https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07DHSMP6V/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_q91nDbYXQPCD1 Graceme DC 12V 24V Motorcycle ATV Handlebar Mount Dual 5V 2.1A USB Charger and Blue Voltmeter and Cigarette Lighter Socket Power Supply Kit with On Off Switch with Waterproof Cover https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07488BWPH/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_h-1nDb9BSXXXQ
  5. If it’s been taken apart already you might be fighting a loosing battle. Meanwhile I would start looking up a used one on eBay and be ready to order if yours is beyond repair. Like I said before your committed at this point so might as well finish it right. Nice work so far brother.
  6. Nice work. So the sensor appears to be good. Now all you need to do is let it run and get to temp and see if the fan comes on. Just keep in mind that if that thermostat is not opening then the coolant will not circulate and never reach the temp and bring the fan on! So be aware of that. If you have an infrared thermometer you can aim and point at the head of the engine and the radiator to see what the temp differences are between the two and also check as the engine gets hotter to where the sensor temp that brings the fan on. So if that sensor closes at 186 deg and your shooting the head of the engine with the thermometer as it nears that 186 or whatever that sensor is designed at then the fan should come on. As far as the kill switch goes there are contacts inside, they are either dirty or just shot! You can test the switch with a tester on ohms/continuity. Trace the wires coming from the handle bar. There should be plugs right under the handlebars. Unplug the kill switch wires, connect your tester to the wires coming from the switch and flip the kill switch back and forth a few times you should get a reading on the tester when the switch is in the off position. My guess is it’s dirty inside. Open it up spray the shit out of it with contact cleaner.
  7. Wow they are in some rough shape! You may be better off combining both and making one solid bike. The green on is that a 300? I had the 400 in that model and it was a beast.
  8. Looks like a great time was had, the heat was ridiculous! It looks like good turn out as well.
  9. On the throttle in the handlebars ? If so open it up and see what’s going on with the wires. I believe it’s a normally open circuit. It may be bad. There is a plastic partition that separates the two contacts. Sometimes that falls apart or water is inside the throttle compartment. Separate the wires or disconnect them and see how it runs.
  10. I would look toward a sound bar more so then a dash mounted radio. Here is a link that has a few for your model. I think it was on the second page of parts. https://www.everythingkawasakiteryx.com/kawasaki-teryx-accessories.html As far as gauges go take a look on Amazon. There are quite a few universal gauge mounts that go on any dash and look good. GlowShift Universal Black Triple Gauge Console Dashboard Pod with Dome Lip - Fits Any Make/Model - ABS Plastic - Mounts (3) 2-1/16" (52mm) Gauges to Vehicle's Dash https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007NZ9NSU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_MhHnDbASW5WC6
  11. Only other thing I can think of is the throttle controller. Are there two wires coming from that throttle ? You would have to take the two screws off of the top of the throttle on the handle bars and see. I think that bike is to early to have the rev limiter on it but let me know.
  12. The “I” mark should line up with a tab at the top of the head at 12 o’clock.

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