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  1. i have a 06 trx450er and clutch wont fully disengage it goes through the gears fine but when you put it in 1st gear it starts to go it slips but moves with clutch fully realeased it wont go into nuteral when idleing either i thought to adjust clutch but still did it even up to the point of adjusting it so far that it sliped going through gears please help idk what it could be.
  2. alright here's the deal. I bought i 2004 kodiak for a great price but i has some issues that i need help with. the first is the atv shows a random MPH while setting still and it changes when you start moving but is by no mean accurate. shows something like 5 MPH sitting still and like up to 25 MPH while moving in low range. the second is the atv shutters in reverse and won't back up. it idles fine in reverse but when you give it throttle it shutters like it would if you were backing up too fast and the speedo shows somewhere around 10 MPH but i'm not moving. could both these issues be related to a speed sensor somewhere? any help is greatly appreciated.
  3. Hello I have a LTR 450 and bent my stock axle and am looking at bying a aftermarket racing axle I have looked at the Dura Blue, Lonstar and G-force, anyone have and thoughts or suggestions on a good aftermarket axle??
  4. I am curious if anyone out there really knows how much you gain from a intake on a kfx450R? I know on most 450's the honda yamaha ect.. you may gain 1 or 2 horse but I here on the KFX you gain almost 5 horse is this really true?
  5. Just curious out of the three machines above with a pipe intake and fuel controller which is the fastest up a sand hill anyone have some specs or experiance?
  6. Hi I have a 2008 KFX 450 and have herd you can put the cams out of the KXF 450 dirt bike in it to get better performance anyone done this or know if it really helps??
  7. could someone tell me more about the 2006 quadracer PEASE!
  8. Hi, New to the site, and atv's, but have been riding on 2 wheels forever. I just purchased an 07 king 450, and didn't notice til I got it home that 4 wheel is displayed on the gauge all the time. This is regardless of the position for the push button 4 wd. I haven't had the opportunity to put it up on blocks to confirm all 4 are turning. Is there a fuse or something that is causing the display to be constant ? This rookie is open to any and all advice. Thank you in advance.
  9. I have recently rebuilt my yfz 450 as a lot of you know from my other posts. Well, they bike runs great. Very strong but i'm kinda wanting to sell it to build my 06 raptor 700r with 50th anniversary plastics. I've had a few potential buyers of the newly build 480 but all have turned out to be scams. I had an offer last night from a guy and after i covered all of my basis', he emails me this morning saying "well i did some research on the cylinder works cylinder you have on it and i found out that they tend to crack". Does anyone know if this is true? I've had no trouble with it. It has a 13:1 comp cp piston with a stock stroke 06 OEM crank and rod. The guy tried to get me to email the vin to him buy i refused and then told him if he was bringing a check, to make sure to cash it before he got here and the next email this morning was the about cylinder works cylinder having cracking issues. Thanks Chad
  10. So I got my tax return and dupmped about 2k into my LTR. The list of parts incudes a Precision steering stabilizer, stage 1 Hotcams, Tusk a-arm guards, Armadillo swingarm and chassis skid plates, Lexx MXe pipe and fuel controler, Pro-Tec Moflo airbox lid, ITP Holeshot GNCC rear tires, and Skat-track Edge 8 paddles on matte black G-force XC 10X8 wheels. The paddles will fit all my quads so they aren't just for the LTR, but I plan on buying some Skat-track Haulers for my 500R, so it won't have to share anymore. I am sure you have all seen a stock LTR 450 This is the machine all stripped down.
  11. Built from a combination of CRF and TRX 450R components. some action shots
  12. Just a quick question, I was wondering if anyone knows if a Grizzly 660 motor can be fitted into a Kodiak 450? My motor needs rebuilt and I figured I would see if that could be done instead. Basically will it fit, work, and can be used with the same transmission?
  13. My four wheeler when i first got it seemed like it was very slow when i first got it and it had no throttle response so i replaced the belt and cleaned all of the rollers thinking that would solve the problem from what i read on the forums. well it turned out that it wasnt. so i went to the next thing i took out the injector to check it out and i seen that there was a tiny bit of debree in it so i cleaned it and it seemed to improve a little bit. but still did not solve the problem. i later found out how to find the trouble codes out from the lcd screen using a paper clip on the diagnostic port and it showed the code which stood for no codes C00. i also forgot to mention that the throttle position censor is working perfect. before i started all of this the four wheeler ran just not to its potential. after my friend and i did the trouble code test the bike wouldnt even start anymore and the injector would spray for a few seconds for the start up then it stops and the fuel injection light comes on and blinks. the four wheeler wouldnt start anymore. i took it over to the local shop and they hooked it up to the computer to see if there was any codes and it still showed it was free of codes. they hooked it up to the fuel pressure gauge and we found that it was making 22 pounds and it should be making around 43. i then bought a new fuel pump and put it in. it now starts and runs for a few seconds and then it stalls out and the fuel injection light comes on again. which then leads me to think it is the ecu now but i want to be sure before i invest around $500 more into it. any opinions on whether or not anyone thinks this is the problem or if they have had a similar problem before would be really appreciated. sorry for writing a novel and not spelling very well. also i forgot to put the year in the title it is a 2007
  14. After sitting for a few months, my 450 has some problems. For one, it won't start, I tested the battery and it is reading 6 volts, but when I connect it I have nothing. When I hook the charger directly up to the cables, I have power. Another problem is when I try to start it I get a buzzing sound from the rear kinda fuse area. Idk why it's doing that and it won't start. Any ideas? Thanks!
  15. I bought my wife an 07 450 KingQuad two years ago for her birthday. This year I bought an 07 Polaris Sportsman 500 HO from a buddy who did not ride any more. It was neat to test these two head to head. I thought I would post my findings as well as the feelings from seveal other folks who rode both back to back. First, at time of this comparison the Suzuki had apx. 140 hours, the Polaris had 19. Some might say that the Polaris was not broke in yet, but my buddy rides them hard and I am sure abused it some, so I know the rings were seated and the motor loosened up. So here goes. Please remember these are mine and my wifes feeling mostly with other members of my family thrown in. Yours may differ. The Polaris has a MUCH softer ride then the Suzuki. This is good and bad. On flat hard ground the Suzuki will out handle the Polaris hands down. The Suzuki feels like a sport quad and the Polaris like you are floating with poor feed back from steering input. The Suzuki Corners sharp and crisp, the Polaris seems to plow through the corners. On hard take offs and stops the Polaris really has a lot of body role from suspension movement. The Suzuki not near as much. In a drag race, the Suzuki is faster at least up to 40mph. This was tested severl times with different riders and the results were always the same. The Polaris was not left in the dust, just beat by 1 or 2 quad lengths. At idel the Polaris is smoother. Both quads were smooth throughout the rest of the throttle range. The Polaris is louder than the Suzuki both in exaust and engine noise. The Suzuki has a louder clutch noise. This may be due to the quieter engine so the clutch can be heard better. Let me add that both quads are fuel injected. The Suzuki instruments are electronic and the Polaris has a standard Speedo. The Polaris is easier to toggel through several different guages like tach, odo, hour meter. This all done by way of the reverse over-ride button. The Suzuki has two buttons for trip on the speedo face with no tach avaluable. I give the edge to the Polaris in the instrument department. The gear shifter is easier to use on the Suzuki as it is very easy to shift with your left hand. The Polaris is harder and done with the right hand. The Suzuki does not have the Park function the Polaris has and you must lock the right hand brake on for a barking brake. Both quads have HI, Low, Neutral, Reverse. Now the brakes. The Suzuki uses two hand levers and one foot pedal. The left hand and right foot pedal operate the rear and the right hand operates the front. Polaris uses the left hand to operate all brakes. The first time I needed to panic stop, I almost went into the trees on the Suzuki. The Suzuki has an enclosed rear brake that is inside the axel housing. Sounds like a great idea but I have never had a problem with open disks like the Polaris. The Polaris will stop on a dime. For me the Polaris wins the brake contest hands down. Another note is that the Suzuki comes with ADC standard. Polaris only offers it on the Deluxe Sportsman. Ergos are similar with the Polaris having slightly taller handle bars. Both seats are all day comphy. The Polaris has flat foot boards while the Suzuki has raised foot pegs. I would imagion you get better grip with the Suzuki, but the Polaris is more comfortable and I have never slipped even in thick mud on the Polaris. Both bodies seem similar in with in the seating area. To me, too close to call for a better or worse. Storage is mixed as well. The Polaris has the front storage under the rack and a bigger rear center compartment. The Suzuki has a dry storage bin in the right front fender but is is on the small side. The rear compartment is big enough for most things we carry. Polaris wins this area. Factory tires on the Polaris are larger and have deeper lugs. Suzuki seems to still do fine in the mud and loose stuff. Ground clearance is similar. Also both quads have 4 wheel independent suspension. Now for some real world experiance on the trails. Most of the trails we ride are deep wods with some pipe lines thrown in. We don't race and really just enjoy the ride. The Suzuki is by far on the Sport side of Sport Utility abd the Polaris is on the Utility side. In the woods, the Polaris is like a Cadilac, the Suzuki like a Camaro. All depends what you want out of a quad. I would not trade my Polaris for the Suzuki because of the smooth ride and great brakes. My wife likes the Suzuki and the ADC gives her much more confidense going down hills. If I rode high speed trails, I might go for the Suzuki because of the stiffer suspension and better handeling. The rougher the trail gets, the more the Polaris seems to shine. These are both fine machines and you can't go wrong with either of them. Again your opions may differ, these are mine.
  16. Hey guys, I have a quick question I tried searching a bit for the answer but being downrange I run out of time for browsing. I am looking into getting a used 450 be it TRX, YFZ or a LTR, more torwards the TRX or YFZ due to price and width. Mostly recreational riding, wanting to get into xc and maybe mx but that is not my deciding factor you can mod and set up anything to work for what you want, My question is from the start of the 450's what years are the most reliable meaning which ones and years had the biggest issues.... I know performance is more to maintain. I heard YFZ had the 04-05's with crank or oil issues to get 06 and up but what about the TRX or LTR any years with issues to avoid??? Thanks
  17. Hey guys, anyone remember me? *crickets*... anyways! along awhile i go i used to post and talk with you guys i was running a modded 400ex, 465 big bore, cams ect ect, I thought it was fast, lol... Traded it for a camaro to pursue drag racing, blah blah didnt have money nor time to put into the car, so TODAY i traded is for a GNCC race ready 04 yfz450, Cams, hiper wheels, Lone star axle, hole shots, list goes on and on, over 15k in this machine, runs pretty good, runs on 110 octane...theres so much to list on this its redonk. :disgusted: Expensive! Anyways, need to run all new fluids through it, But im back into the community and ready to ride it already! this thing is beyond fast. i thought my 400 was fast then got on this and first gear is just dissssgusttting. dont read the paragraph, to make a long story short, I miss this sport more than anything.. have a good one!
  18. I am having a problem with my 450 es shift, have been going thru the steps in the service manual checking battery, etc. Can anyone please do me a favor and connect a volt meter to your battery, turn on the lights and rev up your engine slowly, my symptoms point to a faulty voltage regulator/rectifier, when I rev my machine up my voltage slowly drops, the higher the rev the lower she goes. mabye triggering an ECM fault, my year machine does not show the fault, you can reset by turning the key off then on and rocking the machine and using the es to shift back to Neutral to restart. I also disconnected the speed sensor and found that the voltage at the Blue/Black wire to GND was 11.25 volts dc, 1 volt less than the battery was showing, according to the manual I should get battery voltage. I have also done a leak test on the battery, 1.5 mA, which is under the 5mA by the manual, disconnected the Voltage reg. and was the same, manaul then says (faulty regulator) not sure if this is my shift problem but would sure appreciate if anyone can confirm the requests above Thanks so much
  19. This video was submitted to the QUADCRAZY Video section by Mikey69. Description of Video: Clips of me riding in Oregon Video Tags: Honda TRX450 Oregon http://www.quadcrazy.com/video/video/&v=121200926628
  20. This video was submitted to the QUADCRAZY Video section by Ajmboy. Description of Video: YFZ 450 vs Raptor 660 drag racing Video Tags: YFZ 450 vs Raptor 660 http://www.quadcrazy.com/video/video/&v=117461299396

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