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rushfan34

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  1. Thanks man and as for my stupid question about the engine size? If I need a new rocker or cam I'll need to know the engine size. Thanks again for your help.
  2. I have access to the rocker arms through those covers but I can't seem to get it out. The rocker for the intake is very loose even when adjusted down and when the valve rises it slaps the rocker. It's very loud. The exhaust side is good and the thing runs OK. Starts good, idles good, runs good (but slow, good for the wife) but that rocker is slapping bad. I assume this will wear out the valve or the rocker pretty quickly. Would the rocker possibly be broken off inside. It's so damn hard to see inside even with the body and tank off. Really don't want to take the motor out. I'm new to the repair of ATV's (and four strokes) but this think really isn't worth paying to have fixed. In reguards to the cam cover. Is this the timing chain I'm looking at in there? If I remove that to get to the screws behind the sproket that I am assuming are what's holding in the rocker am I gonna have to retime this thing? As for the engine size, hosestly and stupidly I don't know. Bought it off a friend of a friend for next to nothing for my wife as she is new to the ATV world. I'm new to ATV's as well. I've been riding Honda 250 bikes since I was a kid (and road bikes since I was 17). Couldn't teach the wife how to ride a motorcycle so four wheels and an auto clutch was a good choice. No decals left. He said it was a 300 but I really don't think so. It's really got buttkiss for power, and what's up with the worthless 1st and for that matter 2nd gear? Call me dumb but is the size stamped somewhere? I know they made a 220 and a 300 in 2000.
  3. Anyone know how to remove the intake valve lifter assembly without completely disassembling the entire motor?

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