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  1. Electronic Power Steering? Did you guys see this? Features & Benefits New for 2007 Honda's revolutionary Electric Power Steering (EPS) system offers speedand torque-sensitive steering assistance for increased control and comfort under tough conditions. Front and rear suspension are revised specifically for the Foreman with EPS. Unique Features EPS is a unique system consisting of an ECU-programmed electric steering assistance motor and multiple sensors. These sensors measure the handlebar torque applied by the operator as well as the ATV's speed to determine the correct amount of steering assistance required for all conditions. More assistance is provided in rough terrain and at low speeds to decrease the amount of steering effort required, while less assistance is provided at higher speeds and in smooth terrain. This innovative technology also decreases bumpsteer and kickback through the handlebar in all conditions. The sophisticated Showa system includes separate ECU programming for 2WD and 4WD modes, while spring-loaded steering-motor gears minimize play to increase steering feel and feedback at higher speeds. Traxlok® enables the rider to shift between 2WD and 4WD with the simple push of a switch and provides quiet, smooth engagement with shift-on-the-fly capability. Torque-sensitive front differential reduces torque steer for less steering effort and, when combined with EPS, provides unmatched 4WD steering effort and precision. Dual front disc-brake calipers feature a patented built-in scraper system to remove mud and snow from inside the front wheel. This helps to prevent buildup of debris between caliper and rim and ensures consistent braking performance. Brake pads feature thick, long-wear material with improved mud durability, feel and control. Pads have an internal scraper that gives audible warning when pad life is low. Standard-equipment oil cooler. Engine/Drivetrain Powerful four-stroke 475cc OHV air-cooled longitudinally mounted engine allows direct driveshaft alignment to both front and rear wheels for improved drivetrain efficiency. The overhead-valve arrangement features angled valves in a hemispherical combustion chamber for straighter intake and exhaust flow for improved engine performance. Rubber-cushion engine mounting and gear-driven counterbalancer reduce vibration. Snorkel-type air-intake system is specially designed to resist water intrusion. Integral electric carburetor heater system improves driveability and ensures smooth operation in cold conditions. Closed crankcase vent system safeguards against engine oil contamination. USDA-qualified spark arrester/muffler is constructed of stainless steel. Traxlok is easily engaged by pushing a switch on the right handlebar. An electromagnetic mechanical clutch unit located on the center of the propeller shaft engages 4WD with a quiet two-way roller clutch. Traxlok ensures smooth operation by employing a magnetic switching mechanism that engages when front and rear wheel speeds vary by less than 6 mph. A 4WD indicator light on the LCD meter shows "actual" 4WD/2WD engagement status. Electric Shift Program (ESP) provides push-button upshifting and downshifting. The rider shifts simply and precisely with the press of the upshift or downshift button mounted on the left handlebar. An onboard electronic control module (ECM) monitors information from four sensors--engine rpm, countershaft speed, shift drum angle and shift spindle angle--to control the speed of the electric shift motor's gear and clutch engagement. Gear-engagement speed varies according to rider style: The transmission shifts more quickly when riding style turns sporty. A neutral lockout at speeds greater than 2 mph ensures available engine braking when descending hills. For smooth shifting, the transmission cannot be shifted from Neutral to First gear or Reverse gear at engine speeds above 3000 rpm. ESP is not battery-dependent, operating whenever the engine is running. Should the rider ever need to shift manually, the ES model is also equipped with an auxiliary shift lever in the tool kit. Super-heavy-duty automatic clutch for excellent driveability and towing capacity. Convenient five-speed transmission with Reverse. Maintenance-free shaft drive with torque-sensing front differential routes power directly from the longitudinally mounted engine without inefficient directional changes. Convenient electric starter with auxiliary recoil starter features an automatic internal decompression system. Wet-sump engine carries a large 3.2-quart capacity. CD ignition with electronic advance for excellent performance and reliability. Reusable foam air filter. Chassis/Suspension Rugged frame and suspension provide an exceptional 7.5 inches of ground clearance. Independent double-wishbone front suspension uses KYB shock absorbers to give 6.7 inches of travel. Steel swingarm and dual KYB rear shock absorbers give 6.7 inches of travel. Rugged, large-diameter 25x8-12 front, 25x10-12 rear tires provide added ground clearance while maintaining precise handling. Dual 180mm front hydraulic disc brakes combine with sealed 180mm mechanical rear drum for excellent stopping capabilities.
  2. This is part number: RDBK-H. Fits: TRX300 2x4 1988-2000 TRX300 4x4 1988-2000 TRX350 RANCHER 2x4 2000-2006 TRX350 RANCHER 4x4 2000-2006 TRX400AT RANCHER 400 2004-2007 TRX420 RANCHER 4x2 2007-NEWER (with Solid Rear AXLE, not IRS MODELS) TRX420 RANCHER 4x4 2007-NEWER (with Solid Rear AXLE, not IRS MODELS) TRX400 FOREMAN 4x4 1995-2003 TRX500 RUBICON 2001- NEWER TRX500 FOREMAN 500 2005-NEWER So we start it off, everything was packaged nicely. Full color instructions....nice touch: Disc looks sturdy:
  3. I want to thank everyone for the winch advise and suggestions. I ended up with a Viper 3500lb. The instalation wasn't to bad considering I've never installed one before. The wires were all color coded and their web site was very helpfull. I mounted a toggle switch under the seat so a kid or a novice rider can't accidently engage the winch. The winch works great and has way more power than I'll ever need. Any more power and I think it would stretch the frame. The only negative issue, and it's very minor; is the steel cable is a little too long. I'll be cutting off about 5 or 6 feet because it tends to bind up in the spool when almost fully spooled unless it's spooled perfecty even. Again, this is no big deal, the winch works great. Thanks again to everyone who took time to respond when I asked for help.
  4. What's up you quad crazy people!!! I got a 2011 Honda 500 foreman that keeps a dead battery replace the battery checked it to see if it was changing and it is can't find out what pulling it down any suggestions!
  5. hi - a friend of mine has a 2004 Honda Foreman 450. His machine will move in 4-wheel drive but not when in 2-wheel drive. WHen he uses 4-wheel drive to start moving, he can then turn off 4-wheel and quad keeps moving. Whats wrong?
  6. I'm gonna tag this thread with Foreman 500 secondary gear reduction. Im doing that because on the 500s the secondary gear reduction is accomplished by changing the gear on the output shaft and the smaller gear directly above it. So this could be very useful for someone doing that procedure as well. So let's start from the beginning. It was a great day to ride at Highlifter, and we set out into the woods. Not long after a heard a huge clunk and the bike lurched forward when giving it gas. I was able to engage 4wd and the front tires pulled me back to the trailer. There was some awful noises along the way however so I knew something was torn up pretty good. I cut the driveshaft boot off and found this: So I went ahead and took the swingarm off and this curious little guy fell out: When I dumped the swingarm out, this was in the driveshaft tunnel: I also noticed the output shaft was bugared up, and the rear case was cracked a little, so I ordered up some parts. Output shaft 23611-HP0-A00 $43 Rear crankcase cover 11340-HP0-A10 $136 (comes with 91201-965-000 o'ring pre-installed) Kickstart cover gasket 11396-HP0-A00 $11 Rear cover gasket 11395-HP0-A00 $13 Output shaft seal 91205-HM7-003 $10 Optional but I did not order: Kickstart oil seal 91202-HP0-A01 $8 --------------------
  7. SSreda4

    Foreman 500 Swingarm swap

    I never intended on doing a swingarm swap on a bike who only had 500 miles on it. But, plans change. Here's the bike the day I brought it home: I took it to a nasty ditch around the corner from the house. It let me down miserably. I then added a Highlifter Signature Series 2 inch bracket lift. And EPI clutch kit: Then, I added 28 inch tires. Then went and played: ---------
  8. hello everyone. I purchased a second hand honda foreman 450. I thought I found a diamond int he rough, but it appears to be a rough diamond. haha. My problem is related to two wires under the right rear fender above the tire (see pic). The wires are cut, and I'm unsure where they go. One wire appears to be yellow with a red stripe, the second appears to be a brownish color....... originally I had a green with red stripe wire, and grey wire cut, but I located those and re-wired them. Any help would be appreciated...... I hope this is related, but the iginition switch (neutral light/lights) don't seem to respond. I can crank the quad by arking the cylanoid, but i assume it has something to do with these wires. any help is appreciated. I just need to know where the wires go.
  9. OleDan

    2000 Honda Foreman help

    Hi im new here and need some help. we have a 2000 Honda 450 Foreman and it gets used almost everyday. Im a trapper so i use it everymorning to check traps. we take it mudding and climbing and everything. it gets used like a work horse. well its run fine up untill the last week or so. we just snorkelled it and i wanted to see how itd run so i was driving it around and all of a sudden heard this loud popping noise and it wouldnt move anymore. you can spin the tires and its smooth but when its in gear it starts to knock. me and my dad took the whole rearend of tonight thinking it could be some of the gears in the rearend but theyre all completely fine. so my question is do yall have any idea on what could be wrong with it? thank you so much or any help
  10. How much voltage should I see at the angle sensor? I am showing 4.5 volts on one wire and a little over 5 on the other. What shoul I look for if this is not enough voltage? Thanks for any help. Tv2
  11. GreenlandSouth

    1999 Honda Foreman 450ES

    Something broke in the drive assembly. Quad still moves forward and reverse. Appears only the front left(while sitting on seat) wheel has power to it. My question is where do I start? Tools and service manual in hand. HELP!
  12. JimmyTaylor

    Foreman exhaust?

    I have a 06 foreman 500 I wanna make it sound good but not loud like every one else's bikes. What should I do or buy?
  13. Hey guys, Im new here but I recently Picked up a '99 Foreman 400 that apparently just had a top end rebuild. It blows white smoke like crazy and ticks/knocks and seems to follow the rpm's. I haven't done to much trouble shooting yet, It starts and runs like a champ and has good compression. I was just wondering if anyone has any suggestions as to where to go. Oh ya the top end rebuild the guy did was according to him he honed the cylinder and replaced the piston and rings, my fear is an ovaled cylinder?
  14. bndfrench2012

    car rims for honda foreman

    Dear members..... can you please advise me on a type of car rim that will fit my 2000 Honda foreman so I can run street tires. Looking for 13" rims.. thank you, Brother Bob
  15. Im looking at 2004 Foreman 500 with transmission problems. It has been used at a junkyard to push cars around. One day something popped and it stopped moving. Ideas/suggestions as to what may be wrong and the cost?
  16. My machine is finally up and running again ,I bought a new Honda cd box and it started right up and runs great ,but it seems to have something else going on ,after running for awhile the left side cover gets so dam hot you can not put your hand on it ,the fan comes on and goes off ,what would make it so hot ,is it something going with the stator ?
  17. I have an issue with toe in/tow out on my Foreman S. The manual says 3/4 to 1 3/4 inch Tow Out, this seems wrong and it has caused my front tires to wear as if they rubber is being torn off them, (which it is). My Kodiak 450 manual has a Tow In of 0-.39 inches which seems more reasonable. What should the Front In tow be set at???? Bill
  18. Hi, a friend has me looking at his Foreman 400 (4x4) and I haven't worked on these things in 10 years so need advice: It stopped shifting on him. He's used it pretty heavily since he bought it new. When you try to shift it, it feels like it's trying to grab, but skips over the gear and doesn't change gears. Can't get it back into neutral to start it. Any 'easy' ideas or should it head to the shop? Thanks!!
  19. my honda foreman 400trx fw 2001 somkes and oil comes out pipes
  20. Can someone tell me where I can find the rear solenoid (I think that's what it's called) it has the battery connected to it and the winch. For a 07 Honda Foreman 500?
  21. SunShine777

    1999 Honda Foreman 450s oil leak

    Ive got a 99 450s the top end was rebuilt about 2-3 years ago and ive had a slight oil leak for a while, but its gotten worse. I cleaned the motor up lastnight to see if I could tell where it was comin from, topped it off and went to do some food plot work on my hunting lease. all seemed fine untill it got hot enuff for the fan to kick on I ran it for about 10-15min after that and stopped to take a break and to let it cool off. I checked the oil again before gettin back to work and there was barely any on the stick, toped it back off and done it again, let it cool down a 2nd time and ran it about 2miles back home... any chance stop leak may help or atlast slow things down untill I get my plots done and then replace the gasket? what all am I lookin at as far as changing it out? Is it as simple as pull the top end off, clean the old off, replace and put back together or is it more involved? Ive never done any atv motor work thats why I ask....sorry for the dumb questions but thanks for the help!
  22. I have a 1998 450S Foreman and my brother has a 2002 450S Foreman. We both bought them new. Ever since I purchased the machine it was very hard to keep it straight on pavement over 20 mph. My brother says the same thing about his. I just noticed after 8 years that the tire wear on the left front is worse than the right front. Measuring the distances from the rear of the rims and the front is over 1.25". One wheel was toed out dramtically....my brother's too. I adjusted mine so the dimensions are the same from front to rear on the rims and it drives perfect now. We are wondering why this is on the same model 4 years apart. Strange. I'm sure there is a toe-in toe-out dimension but our ATV's toe-out on wheel is dramatic. Does anyone out here know about this or has the same pr:confused:oblem? Very curious, in Curtice, Ohio. :skeptic::skeptic:
  23. I have just purchased a Warn RT-30 winch with mounting plate for my 2001 Honda Rubicon and would welcome any advice to its installation.
  24. 1997 honda foreman what is best oil other than honda oil bought atv sercond hand dont know what was used prev. give lots of sugg. and why ???????? thanks atv people:frown:
  25. Ok, Anyone tell me how to get the front ankle (not sure of name) part apart to get the old boot off and new one on? It's a 4X4 front drive axle and the boot closest to the wheel. Foreman 500. The part is attached. Motorcycle Parts|ATV Parts|Honda|Kawasaki|Suzuki|Yamaha|Dealer|Wholesale Discount Prices

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