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  1. Does anyone know what the compression is for 250 Lt4wd quadrunner??
  2. I have just bought this and don't have any problems but the idle is really high then it is in neutral and i don't know where the idle adjustment is. I would also like to know what kind of oil i should put in this ATV because he gave me a oil filter so i could change the oil and i forgot what oil he told me to use.
  3. I got a big problem. Bike will crank only with the throttle pinned all the way but wont rev it just kinda bogs and as soon you start to let off it dies. The bike was running fine prior to this. Its been sitting about a month in the shed. Its getting gas, has fire, 105 psi. This is my wife's bike and she does not ride it anymore so I was getting it out to clean and sell but now this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. :bangheadc:
  4. I just picked up a 05 LTZ 250 Quadsport 2wd and the u-joint in the driveshaft is shot. I have replaced u-joints in automobiles many times but never on an atv. I'm hoping someone can give me some pointers. 1st I need to know how to get the driveshaft out to replace the u-joint. On vehicles you remove the bolts from the pinion flange and slide the driveshaft out of the tail of the tranny and theres you shaft removal. Unfortunetly the wheeler is not setup like that. If someone can help that would be great.
  5. I cant get spark on my 1984 kawasaki praire 250 I put A new cdi on it and ignition coil and wire I am getting power to both but no spark any help would be great thanks.
  6. I just did an oil change and I found the pin in the oil drain plug hole, I just cannot figure out what this pin could be from, any ideas. The ATV still shifts and runs great.... TIA Just realized I havnt gave much information, Yamaha 1997 Timberwolf ATV
  7. Does anyone know the factory settings for the 2003 Bayou 250 carberator? Thanks Louis 410 322 3399
  8. 2008 Raptor 250 Key Features: Lightest production sport ATV ever—for amazingly nimble handling and a great power-to-weight ratio. Aggressive Raptor style and stance for maximum performance and excellent, all-day sport-riding ergonomics. Class-exclusive five-speed manual transmission has a gear for almost any terrain. Torquey, durable air-cooled engine puts out plenty of power and starts with the push of a button. Low-profile 19-inch rear tires for outstanding traction and handling. Longest suspension travel and lowest seat in its class for true sport handling. Engine: Light and powerful 249cc air-cooled SOHC four-stroke single produces a broad, deep powerband. Five-speed gearbox with manual clutch provides the flexibility to tackle pretty much any track or trail. 29mm Mikuni carburetor provides light throttle pull and excellent throttle response across the entire rpm range. Electric starting is standard equipment and works in any gear. DC-CDI ignition system delivers consistent spark at all rpm levels—for quick throttle response and a smooth, broad powerband. Ceramic composite cylinder liner for greatly reduced wear and excellent heat dissipation. Oil cooler keeps engine temps down and lubrication up in hot conditions. New-design airbox features no-tools air filter access. New-design three-chamber muffler is light, quiet and boosts low and midrange performance. Chassis/Suspension: Light, strong, short-wheelbase chassis creates a quick, super-responsive high-performance package. Low, 28.7-inch seat height enhances rider comfort and allows optimal rider movement. Independent double-wishbone front suspension with five-way preload-adjustable shocks gives 7.5 inches of wheel travel. Lightweight aluminum wheels reduce unsprung weight for excellent suspension performance, acceleration, deceleration and handling. Triple hydraulic disc brakes deliver excellent stopping power even in wet conditions. Extra-wide, YFZ450-style footpegs provide excellent grip and rider comfort. Easy-to-use, flip-type handlebar-mounted parking brake can be set with one hand. Rigid and light swingarm rear end is controlled by a shock with adjustable preload and 7.9 inches of wheel travel, for consistent wheel control and rider comfort. New-design Dunlop tires deliver outstanding traction for razor-sharp handling in a variety of terrain. Easy-adjust eccentric chain adjustment feature means hassle-free chain maintenance. Flat, composite skid plates provide maximum underbelly protection. Rugged steel grab bars front and rear help fend off debris and damage. Additional Features: Dual 30-watt multi-reflector Krypton headlights straight off the potent YFZ450 add the perfect menacing appearance. Taillight has an incorporated brake light for added convenience. Waterproof electrical connectors for outstanding durability and reliability. Easy-access grease fittings on all chassis lubrication points simplify maintenance and help extend the life of the Raptor 250. New-design bodywork comes off without the need to disassemble electrical parts, airbox or wiring harness—for easy maintenance. 2.4-gallon fuel tank means less filling up and longer, more enjoyable rides. 2008 Yamaha Raptor 250 Home, information, info

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