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  1. 87 should be fine for it, ethanol free if it's available.
  2. Bad gas can cause that pinging, even with an octane booster. I'd drain and clean the tank out, since you mentioned you were seeing a black sludge coming through.
  3. View File 2002 Bombardier Traxter Service Manual 2002 Bombardier Traxter (Autoshift, XL, XT) Service Manual Submitter Nick Brooks Submitted 01/01/2020 Category Can-Am BRP ATV  
  4. View File 2002 Bombardier Quest 650, 650 XT Service Manual 2002 Bombardier Quest 650, 650 XT Service Manual Submitter Nick Brooks Submitted 01/01/2020 Category Can-Am BRP ATV  
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    2002 Bombardier Traxter (Autoshift, XL, XT) Service Manual
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    2002 Bombardier Quest 650, 650 XT Service Manual
  7. What others have said, I use partzilla and 2wheelpros to get the oem number and then scour ebay, amazon, etc. to find the best price on what I'm looking for.
  8. Here's some decent trail site info for Utah. https://utah.com/atv https://atvtrailsinutah.com/ https://stateparks.utah.gov/activities/off-highway-vehicles/ohv-publications/
  9. The manual I have is a later revision, and has the turns in an appendix. Carb cleaner should do the trick to clean out the air box.
  10. That's what I thought as well, but it's running like it did when it was new at that setting.
  11. Sorry, that should be 2 7/8's out on the pilot screw.
  12. I did have to use the heat gun to soften the grommets up enough to push into the tank. Used a little dow 111 to help slide them in. Cleaned the carb and re-installed it today. Replaced a couple of the fuel lines, previous owner probably used ethanol gas in it, they were rock hard as well.
  13. Some of the third party manuals say the pilot screw is 1 7/8 turns out, my 93 LT-4WD ran way too lean and would puke it's guts out. I scored a factory manual off ebay for it, and it states 2 full turns on the pilot screw. Pulled the carb again and set to 2 turns which did the trick. Would also be worth double checking the needle and seat aren't sticking wide open.
  14. Yeah I did end up pulling the tank. Worked out for the best, the fuel line had dissolved inside the tank, and the filters were rolling around the bottom.

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