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  1. Would I gain horsepower and have enough backpressure if I eliminated my muffler and ran only a straight pipe from my header?
  2. My new KQ just suddenly started backfiring VERY loudly sometimes when I get out of the throttle at a good speed and let the motor help me to slow down along with braking. It also will make a soft backfire if I rev it up a little in neutral, and the last symptom it has is when I get it up to temp and let it idle it will purr like a kitten and all of a sudden just shut off intermittently. I already bought a new plug, gapped it, installed it and if anything it made it worse. I did have the 100 mile service done not long ago and it just turned 400 miles today so it leads me to believe that it may be running just a little lean but I wanted to run by everyone here to see if anyone else has had this happen and if so, how you remedied it.
  3. Bought a 2008 yfz 450 new 5 months ago and since oil change has been smoking blue smoke, oil. Smokes when revs up but not idling or riding rev up and smokes. Rings or valves?????
  4. I have a kfx450r which keeps frying batteries. I have replaced the battery 3 times already and they will work for 2-3 hours then the next day i go to use the atv i get a FAST Ckick noise in the nose of the atv. Seems like might be a shorted Voltage Regulator or a bad Stator..? Is there an test I can do or does anyone have an electronic manual to trouble shoot this.? This Quad only has like 20 hours on it max....Strangestuff ATV has ProCircuit Exhaust, Aftermarket Computer.
  5. I have a Polaris 2008 Sportsman 500 HO. I started to put my pure polaris winch on Saturday... no problems... until I got to the point to hook up the solenoid. The Red and Black wires that go to the 2 center lugs on the solenoid are incased in moleded plastic, they will not fit on the solenoid due the raised tabs on the top of the solenoid switch. My question is... Do I have the wrong solenoid ? is there an adapter of some kind? or Am I missing something completely in this installation? My Dealer is closed on Saturday after 2 and all day Sunday and Monday. Anyone have any ideas or helpfull suggestions?
  6. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLejkyXbJlc]YouTube - Robbie Maddison's 2008 New Year's Eve jump[/ame]
  7. The Best Smart Ass Answers of 2008 !!? SMART ASS ANSWER #6 It was mealtime during an airline flight. 'Would you like dinner?' the flight attendant asked John, seated in front. ?'What are my choices?' John asked. 'Yes or no,' she replied. SMART ASS ANSWER #5 A flight attendant was stationed at the departure gate to check tickets. As a man approached, she extended her hand for the ticket and he opened his trench coat and flashed her. Without missing a beat, she said, 'Sir, I need to see your ticket, not your stub.' SMART ASS ANSWER #4 A lady was picking through the frozen turkeys at the grocery store but she couldn't find one big enough for her family. She asked a stock boy, ' Do these turkeys get any bigger?' The stock boy replied, 'No ma'am, they're dead.' SMART ASS ANSWER #3 The police officer got out of his car as the kid who was stopped for speeding rolled down his window. 'I've been waiting for you all day,' the officer said. The kid replied, Yeah, well I got here as fast as I could.' When the cop finally stopped laughing, he sent the kid on his way without a ticket. SMART ASS ANSWER #2 A truck driver was driving along on the freeway and noticed a sign that read: Low Bridge Ahead. Before he knows it, the bridge is right in front of him and hi s truck gets wedged under it. Cars are backed up for miles. Finally a police car comes up. The cop gets out of his car and walks to the truck driver, puts his hands on his hips and says, 'Got stuck, huh?' The truck driver says, 'No, I was delivering this bridge and I ran out of gas.' SMART ASS ANSWER OF THE YEAR 2008! A college teacher reminds her class of tomorrow's final exam. 'Now class, I won't tolerate any excuses for you not being here tomorrow. I might consider a nuclear attack or a serious personal injury, illness, or a death in your immediate family, but that's it, no other excuses whatsoever!' A smart-ass student in the back of the room raised his hand and asked, 'What would you say if tomorrow I said I was suffering from complete and utter sexual exhaustion?' The entire class is reduced to laughter and snickering. When silence was restored, the teacher smiled knowingly at the student, shook her head and sweetly said, 'Well, I guess you'd have to write the exam with your other hand.' A BONUS EXTRA A woman is standing nude looking in the bedroom mirror. She is not happy with what she sees and says to her husband, 'I feel horrible; I look old, fat and ugly. I really need you to pay me a compliment.' The husband replies, 'Your eyesight's damn near perfect.?
  8. Hi all, I already put up this post in the Honda forum before I found this one. Maybe the members here can help me. Just looking for a little help with the fuel system on last years TRX420. I'm servicing one at the moment but have never dealt with this type of fuel system before as the market for new quads isn't huge in Ireland. I assume from looking at it that it's a Keihin injection/electronic carburettor system and I was wondering where I could get some information on servicing/maintaining the carb/injector. Also I'm trying to find out if the fuel system has some sort of filter fitted? I was thinking a filter may be located in the cannister in front of the fuel tank?? Really not sure and don't want to dive in just in case. Honda Ireland are not being overly helpful so any help would be greatly appreciated..
  9. Hi all, Just looking for a little help with the fuel system on last years TRX420. I'm servicing one at the moment but have never dealt with this type of fuel system before as the market for new quads isn't huge in Ireland. I assume from looking at it that it's a Keihin injection/electronic carburettor system and I was wondering where I could get some information on servicing/maintaining the carb/injector. Also I'm trying to find out if the fuel system has some sort of filter fitted? I was thinking a filter may be located in the cannister in front of the fuel tank?? Really not sure and don't want to dive in just in case. Honda Ireland are not being overly helpful so any help would be greatly appreciated..
  10. 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
  11. December 2008 ATV Photo Contest - CHANGED THEME! Theme: "Best Group Photo with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV." (Examples) 1st Place Prize: $50 Gift Certificate to Rocky Mountain ATV & UTV Magazine! 2nd Place Prize: $25 Gift Certificate to Rocky Mountain ATV & UTV Magazine! Voting will take place for the last 4 days of December to determine the winner. Voting will end December 31st and the winner will be announced! View Past Contest Winners Good Luck! southernillinoiatv wheeler0801 BuckBilly mywifeknowseverythin verve Ajmboy NEWACRIDER Shortcut Raptor8 jigolbeep mellowyellow Stoopidbot1 FlyingGrizzly DunePrincess quadmaniac joet82 sinned96 dudehaan
  12. December 2008 ATV Photo Contest - CHANGED THEME! *We changed the theme due to lack of entries. We wanted to make it easy for everyone to take part this month for the holidays! Plus, we sweetened the prizes with a subscription to UTV Magazine! Theme: "Best Group Photo with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV." (Examples) 1st Place Prize: $50 Gift Certificate to Rocky Mountain ATV & UTV Magazine! 2nd Place Prize: $25 Gift Certificate to Rocky Mountain ATV & UTV Magazine! Rules: Submit your "Best Group Photo with your ATV, 3 wheeler, or UTV" by entering it with a post, into this thread. (If you are not familiar with how to do this, visit the Learning Center) One photo per member allowed, so make sure it's a winner. You may submit photos that have not won past contests. Photos can be of yourself or taken by you. You may not submit photos that you do not have ownership of or permission to use. Any violation of these terms will result in disqualification. NOTE: You MUST have a minimum post count of 10 to enter into the contest! We would like to see participation in our forums from all members who enter the contest. Last day to enter a photo is December 27th. Voting will take place for the last 4 days of December to determine the winner. Voting will end December 31st and the winner will be announced! View Past Contest Winners Good Luck!
  13. I don't know if it's a common problem or just me, but you might want to check the hose clamps on your rear diff vent. Mine was leaking oil up around the bellows/accordian, and I noticed the clamps were loose. Upon further inspection, I found that not only the two connecting the bellows to the hose were loose, but the clamp at the diff vent to the hose was loose too. Freely spinning clamps can't be doing too much clamping. I replaced all 3 clamps with some better ones that actually clamp (from O'Reilly). I also went ahead and replaced the splice joint from the hose to the bellows with a slightly bigger one. I drained and filled the diff after that to be safe. The front is next...
  14. Is $4799 a good price for a 2008 TRX420FM?
  15. 2008+ Yamaha Rhino 700 EFI The Copperhead® ECU is a plug and play replacement for the stock ECU in the Rhino 700 EFI (not a piggyback solution). It controls the timing and fuel, and improves throttle response. It provides a typical 6% power increase from idle to redline (WOT), and a part throttle power increase of up to 25% over stock. In addition, the top speed limiter has been increased to allow for about 16KPH/10MPH higher top speed (results dependant on tire size). The ECU also allows for the speedometer to be recalibrated for different tire sizes, and fuel can be adjusted for aftermarket camshafts and pipes (requires optional USB interface). FEATURES Multi-Spark Discharge (MSD) allows for maximum power and virtually eliminates misfires, while giving you easy starts and crisp throttle response. Preloaded performance map allows the machine to run cooler, produce more horsepower and more torque, while minimizing fuel consumption. Shipped with machine specific harness that plugs directly into factory wiring harness. Toggle switch on the unit allows user to switch between two preloaded setups. Default preloaded map keeps factory limiters (reverse / speed) and similar power when the toggle switch is in position #1. When the toggle switch is in position #2, all limiters are disabled, and the timing is optimized for maximum power on 87 octane fuel. Setups and maps can be changed and optimized for different fuel grades via the USB Memory Inteface (sold separately). Price: $400.00 Velocity Devices, Inc. Website: www.velocitydevices.com Phone: (403) 668-7470 More...
  16. Charging issues solved with voltage regulator relocation Have you noticed your battery light blinking on your 2008 Poalris RZR? This alarm is telling you that the battery voltage on your RZR is too low. You would think that with a 500W stator that the RZR would have no problem keeping everything running. But even with no accessories and just the factory headlights and cooling fan on, many owners have encountered low voltage issues with their 2008 RZR. One main reason that causes this problem is your voltage regulator. The voltage regulator is designed to automatically maintain a constant voltage level. In doing that work, the regulator will generate heat. Your voltage regulator needs to stay cool to properly charge your battery. 2008 RZRs have a problem with keeping the voltage regulator cool because it is located under the driver's seat. Once the regulator stops working, any power generated from the stator will not reach your electrical system and the battery voltage will drop. Then the battery light on your dash will start blinking and it is just a matter of time before you are stranded. Solve those battery voltage problems on your 2008 RZR without cutting any wires! Our extension allows you to move your voltage regulator from under the seat (no air flow = overheating) to in front of the radiator just like Polaris did on the 2009 models. This is a 10 1/2 foot long extension, using the correct Packard/Delphi connectors and terminals and assembled with correct Packard tooling. The harnesses will be made using high quality Cross Link Polymer wire and covered in high temp, flexible woven loom. This harness allows you to disconnect the voltage regulator on your 2008 Polaris RZR (under driver's seat) and relocate in front of the radiator like you find on 2009 RZRs. November 19, 2008 - Autotrend is currently taking pre-orders for first-run of this harness. Price per unit for this run will be $48.95 plus applicable tax and S&H. If you'd like to reserve a harness, use the email link below or call Autotrend directly. Name, address, phone number and C/C number are required. Credit card will not be charged until harnesses are built. Please note that you will need a bracket to mount the regulator up in front of the radiator as shown in the 2009 RZR photo above. You can order a bracket from your Polaris dealer - Part # - PL5252587. Autotrend EFI Telephone: (530) 642-0999 Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.autotrendefi.com/ More details: http://www.autotrendefi.com/rzr_regulator_harness.html More information regarding the voltage regulator issue for 2008 Polaris RZRs can be found here: RZR voltage regulator - PRCForum.com RZRS voltage regulator VS RZR 08 - PRCForum.com Relocating the voltage regulator - RZRForums.net More...
  17. Championship Off Road Racing Cancels Final 2008 Race Newport Beach, CA (November 14, 2008)— Championship Off Road Racing has regretfully announced the cancellation of its final race weekend of the 2008 season scheduled to be held in Chula Vista, California on December 6th – 7th 2008. Championship Off Road Racing, CEO Jim Baldwin made the following statement: “The current national financial crisis has impacted our series to the degree that it has become impossible to produce the quality off road racing experience that our fans, racers and sponsors have enjoyed. While it has been our most sincere effort to hold this final event, every possible avenue was exhausted before reaching this difficult decision. Although we have been forced to prematurely end the current season, we are strongly committed to providing the ultimate off road racing experience on the most extreme tracks while continuing to grow the sport. We apologize to our sponsors, teams and especially to our loyal fans for any inconvenience that this has caused. Our commitment to this sport, sponsors, the teams, and fans that support us is unwavering. We will continue to vigorously pursue our objective: To build the most exciting nationally recognized short course off road racing series in the country.” CORR is in the midst of establishing a solid 2009 race schedule. This confirmed schedule, to be released shortly, is comprised of twelve rounds of racing to be held on six weekends in 2009. There are currently discussions underway with the objective of increasing that number to as many as eight race weekends and 16 rounds. We are working to assemble a revised business plan that will reflect the steps necessary to overcome the current economic challenges. Our sponsors have shown us that they understand the current economic climate and have expressed their desire to participate with us in seeing this sport blossom. The significant investment made in CORR has brought huge crowds, national exposure, and some of the most exciting racing ever seen in the dirt. http://www.corracing.com/blog.asp?bid=1&pid=227 UTV Industry News More...
  18. With the Arizona premiere of [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6L4SDbT3a68]Thrillbillies: Double Wide[/ame] on Friday, November 14, at DragonFire Racing, we thought the timing would be perfect to have our 2nd Annual UTV World Cup race the following day. This will allow for some of the race footage to be used in next year's Thrillbillies movie. Due to the short timeframe to put this together, Julie Ehrman at ET Motopark has agreed to once again host the race, with DragonFire as the title sponsor. We are going to donate all proceeds from the premiere's silent auction to the Pro purse. We have three sets of shocks from Elka, wheels and tires from ITP, products from Kicker, Monster, Ogio, Makita, Godfrey Films, Skull Candy and many more to be added. We will post a silent auction product list soon. Julie has also agreed to provide a 50% Pro payback for the Pro 800cc UTV class. The format will be a mix of CORR and outdoor motocross. Saturday morning will be open practice, followed by four-lap qualifying races for gate position. Heat 1 is 15 minutes plus one lap. There will be a mandatory yellow at the 10-minute mark (CORR drivers, please educate the forum on how this works), then 5 more minutes of racing plus one lap. Heat 2 will be staged two hours later, using the same format. The low score from the two races wins the DragonFire UTV World Cup. If there is a tie in points then the better score from the second race wins. There are two UTV categories: Pro 800cc and under; and Amateur 800cc and under. These are 4-stroke displacements. A 2-stroke would have to be 400cc and under to compete. As long as the UTV you are entering is an 800cc and under 4-stroke, and utilizes a CVT clutch, you can compete in a UTV class. We will be posting protest rules and cost. We will have on-site displacement checks for the top 5 overall finishers (only under protest). ET Motopark is responsible for all tech, entry, safety and scoring duties. DragonFire will be presenting the additional prize money to the winner of the Pro UTV class. We will pay down to 5th place. With money from the Friday night Thrillbillies premiere, and the 50% payback from ET Motopark, we should generate over $6000 in prize money for the Pro UTV class (30 Pro entrants at $200 each plus over $3000 from the silent auction should make for a great payback). The more people who show up for the Thrillbillies premiere, the more money can be raised for the Pro purse. If you plan on racing, please come with your vehicles Friday night to the premiere. We will have all the race cars on display, and will do tech inspection and registration that night. We will have tech and registration Saturday morning for the people who are coming from out of state and cannot make the premiere. Information on the race, entry forms, and prizes will be posted on the home page of DragonFire Racing. More...
  19. Polaris RANGER RZR takes 2008 Racing Season by Storm Jagged X, Eichner and Yokley win series Minneapolis, October 31, 2008 – The Polaris RANGER RZR continues to be a force by impressively taking the Best in the Desert, WORCS and GNCC racing championships for 2008. “Polaris Racing is very excited to have three series championships for 2008,” said Eric Nault, race team manager for Polaris. “The side-by-side race teams did an awesome job with their RANGER RZRs, and we’re convinced their dedication will result in many more championships.” Jagged X and their No. 1919 RANGER RZR took their second Best in the Desert Points Championship by winning their fourth race in a row in the series. They sealed the championship in the sixth out of the seventh race, at the Golden West Cycle LV 150 where pilots Brandon Schueler and Blake Van de Loo started in fifth position. After only 11 miles The Jagged X team had made their way to second position where they would stay for the larger part of the race and took the lead to finish first. The No. 1919 leads the class scoring an impressive 440 points to the second place finisher’s 292 points. Polaris/Lone Star/Eichner Racing’s Doug Eichner captured the top spot for the WORCS Side-by-Side title on his RANGER RZR with six podium finishes. Mark Holz and his RANGER RZR finished a respective fourth with three firsts and one second in the four races he competed in. Multi-time Pro and Pro Production GNCC Winner, William Yokley raced the Polaris RANGER RZR in GNCC’s UTV Open Modified class and went undefeated taking the GNCC UTV Championship. An impressive nine of the top 10 overall finishers were racing RANGER RZRs. “Jagged X, Eichner and Yokley have been very dedicated to racing the RANGER RZR and we are extremely happy with their successes in their respective racing series,” said Craig Scanlon, product line sales manager for Polaris’ Side-by-Side Division. “The varying terrain and challenges each racing series has and being able to finish at the top in the three series continues to show the versatility, quality and power of the RANGER RZR.” Watch for Mark Lindsey and his RANGER RZR at the Baja 1,000. About Polaris With annual 2007 sales of $1.8 billion, Polaris designs, engineers, manufactures and markets all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), including the Polaris RANGER™, snowmobiles and Victory motorcycles for recreational and utility use. Polaris is a recognized leader in the snowmobile industry; and one of the largest manufacturers of ATVs in the world. Victory motorcycles, established in 1998 and representing the first all-new American-made motorcycle from a major company in nearly 60 years, are rapidly making impressive in-roads into the motorcycle cruiser and touring marketplace. Polaris also enhances the riding experience with a complete line of Pure Polaris apparel, accessories and parts, available at Polaris dealerships. Polaris Industries Inc. trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “PII,” and the Company is included in the S&P Small-Cap 600 stock price index. Information about the complete line of Polaris products, apparel and vehicle accessories are available from authorized Polaris dealers or anytime from the Polaris homepage at www.polarisindustries.com. More...
  20. October 2008 UTV of the Month UTVGuide.net's very own Kawasaki Teryx has been chosen as UTV of the Month for October 2008. Specifications: 2008 Kawasaki Teryx Long Travel Kit - FuncoUTV.com Shocks - Sway-A-Way Axles - FuncoUTV.com Sway Bars - iTi Motorsports UHMW Skid Plate - Factory UTV Exhaust - MonsterPipe.info CDI - Velocity Devices Pistons, Cams, Valve Springs - Four Stroke Tech Breather - Custom Creations Engine Kit Installation - Custom Creations Radiator - PWR Performance Clutch Kit - EPI Clutch Kit Installation - Hart's Rhino Motorsports Seats - Premier Racing Products Seat Bases - SDR Motorsports Harnesses/Restraints - Simpson Racing Side View Mirrors - Axia Alloys Rear View Panoramic Mirror - Axia Alloys Roll Cage - SDR Motorsports Half Doors - SDR Motorsports LED Lights - Baja Designs Fuse/Relay Block - Autotrend Factory HID Replacement Lights - Burke Moto Pros Bumper - SDR Motorsports Spare tire mount -SDR Motorsports Fire Extinguisher Mount - Motorsports2 Beadlock Wheels - DWT Tires - Maxxis Bighorn Lowrance 540 GPS - Side x Side Outfitterz GPS Mount (Roll Bar) - Side x Side Outfitterz Plastic - Maier USA More pictures and details: UTVGuide.net's Kawasaki Teryx UTV of the Month Archive More...
  21. I am looking for a new 08 or 09 ATV but I am not sure which one I want. I just got rid of my 2004 YFZ 450 and I have looked at the Can Am DS 450 MX and I dont know if I would want to go with a Can Am 450 or a KTM 450. Please help me out with your experience on the two of them and which one you think would be best to get. Thank you
  22. The Polaris RANGER RZR continues to be a force by impressively taking the Best in the Desert, WORCS and GNCC racing championships for 2008. More...
  23. im looking for an exploded view of this bike. Exploded view of everything, it in pieces with everything labeled, along with the wiring harness and such. Maybe im not looking in the right place. im not sure. all and any help is much appreciated. Thanks!
  24. First Annual Customer Appreciation Weekend - Oct. 24 - 26, 2008 $2,000 in Cash and Prizes - Don't Miss It! • $100 Cash Prizes - Ten available! • Haspin Acres t-shirts • Free Food Coupons • Scavenger Hunt Discounted $13 admission, this weekend only! Everyone who pays admission will be entered to win. Don't miss this exciting weekend of fun! Thanks, - Haspin Acres
  25. 2008 Fall Powersports Expo, East Peoria Il. November 8th And 9th At The Eastpeoria Event Center..30,000 Sqft Indoors. Dealers Will Be On Hand With New Products, Test Ride Areas..atv Drags...sportbike Stunt Show...and Pitbike Supermoto...buy Sell Trade Area..for $10.00 Bring Your Atv/bike And Put It On Display For Sale...admission Is Only $5.oo Per Day Kids 10 And Under Are Free.......

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