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  1. Hi Folks; Has anybody on here installed a winch on a 2003 Magnum 2x4? I am using a Cycle Country adapter plate (only one I could find), but am having a bit of trouble getting it all to fit properly, and am looking for someone that may have done this install and/or may have some pics of the installation. Thanks! Eric
  2. Putting in a SW Terra 35 and I've decided the crimp I'm looking at here isn't something I can reproduce so I need to figure out who to take this wire to get the end put back on after I get it shortened to where I need it. Never having delt with wires this big I have no idea who I could go to just locally to get this done. What kind of (electrical?) business would deal with stuff like this? .
  3. Here is a new Raptor 660 starter clutch install video By L&L Extreme
  4. Creedswolverine

    2001 Yamaha Wolverine Cam Install

    Hello I just recently ordered a stage 1 hot cam for my 01 wolverine 4x4. I was wondering how Iwould do the timing on it. Do I time it the same way as the factory cam are do I have to change the timing sprocket. Did not come with any instructions and I do t want to mess the head up. I have already put a big bear 400 crank and rod in it with the 400 big bear jug to make it a stroker motor. Its now bored 60 over and I just put the wiesco piston in. Just got the wolverine head out the shop from being ported and polished now trying to get the can put in and timed. These are the things done to it... The 400,stroker motor, bored 60 over, ported and polished head, wiesco piston, stage 1 hot cam, jetted, hmf exhaust, 2wd 4wd slecteable, 50 percent gear reduction, clutch kit,4 inch lift, 1 inch wheel spacers, 27 inch mud light xtr on 14 inch sti rims, snorkled. Any help will be appreciated. Thank you. Reed Soon as I get it back together I will have pics and videos of it.
  5. Good day folks, I just got done installing my winch on my Wolvy and thought I would snap a few pics of the install. First thing I did was get all my parts before I even began the project. Since I really disliked the look of the factory bumper color I repainted the bumper and grab bar black. Much to my dismay the paint didn't last very long trail riding and hauling it around so I decided I would get them powder coated. DSC05352 by binderpilot, on Flickr DSC05351 by binderpilot, on Flickr They turned out awesome and were definately worth the money to get done. Well here are all the pieces I began with: I purchased the Warn winch mount after doing some research and decided this would work the best for my application as I like the fact that it is not only bolted to the bumper but you have to bolt to the frame as well. DSC05344 by binderpilot, on Flickr DSC05347 by binderpilot, on Flickr It is a very nice kit that comes with all the hardware and easy to understand instructions. I chose to purchase a 3000lb winch made by Champion, model #1361. I know it is not a top quality winch such as Warn however for my needs this would be sufficient. I really loved the price, $120 from Costco. It came with everything I would need as well as a wireless controller that will come in handy for spooling in the winch cable. DSC05357 by binderpilot, on Flickr DSC05358 by binderpilot, on Flickr DSC05359 by binderpilot, on Flickr DSC05360 by binderpilot, on Flickr The solenoid that came with the winch is heavy duty and marked for easy trouble free installation. DSC05361 by binderpilot, on Flickr I began by following the instructions with the mount and I bolted the winch to the mounting plate. I originally mounted the winch on the mounting plate that came with the winch however when I test fit it on my bumper there wasn't enough clearance. I had to remove that plate and mount the winch directly to the Warn mounting bracket. I really wanted to have the winch lead rollers closer to the winch however it wasn't going to work with this application. DSC05362 by binderpilot, on Flickr I then reinstalled the bumper to the machine. Here is a shot to show you how the U clamps hold it in place. DSC05374 by binderpilot, on Flickr I then ran the 2 power wires from the Winch along the frame and chose to mount the solenoid in the dry area under the seat. DSC05366 by binderpilot, on Flickr With the easy color coating of the connections that Champion provided it was a snap to do the instal. I then mounted the rocker switch on the handlebars. This was another reason I chose this winch, I love the compact no frills design of the rocker switch. It is almost an identical match to the Warn rocker switch. DSC05367 by binderpilot, on Flickr I then had to figure out where I could mount the antenna for the wireless fob. Initially I would have liked to mount it on the airdam in front of the radiator right behind the grille. Unfortunately the wire harness that came with it was too short to reach to where I mounted the solenoid so I decided I would mount it on the left side of the air box by using some zip ties as to not drill any holes. DSC05365 by binderpilot, on Flickr I really love my synthetic cable I put on my RZR so I decided this would be the perfect time to install one on this winch as it hasn't been marred by any cable. Here is a shot with the rope as well as the wireless Fob. DSC05368 by binderpilot, on Flickr This particular rope comes with a brass end on it that I was able to bolt right onto the drum via a bolt that looks to be specifically for something along this line. DSC05370 by binderpilot, on Flickr I then proceeded to spool the rope. It sure was handy having the fob for this task as I am not sure how I could have gotten it on properly by using only the handlebar control. DSC05371 by binderpilot, on Flickr (Tip of the day) ensure nylon sleeve is at end of rope connected to drum. DSC05363 by binderpilot, on Flickr I spooled up very nicely and I was super happy with the end result. DSC05373 by binderpilot, on Flickr Upon looking at it some more I decided that a winch lead saver would be kind of nice to have on this. I decided I would make my own and put a "Canadian" spin on it. DSC05375 by binderpilot, on Flickr That's right, I decided to use a hockey puck that the kids left laying on the floor. The price was right and I think it should serve the purpose perfectly. I drilled a 7/16" hole in the center of it then cut it with a hacksaw to slide it over the cable. Had I thought of this before installing everything I would have not had to make that cut I could have just thread the rope through it. If I every have this rope off I will maybe make a new one without a cut? Only time will tell if this is a good idea or not? DSC05376 by binderpilot, on Flickr DSC05377 by binderpilot, on Flickr DSC05378 by binderpilot, on Flickr DSC05382 by binderpilot, on Flickr So there you go if you have any questions on this please feel free to ask. I am really excited to try this out and especially to try my "DIY" home built winch lead absorber.
  6. I own a 1998 Yamaha Big Bear 350 4x2. I recently purchased a Submarine Snorkel brand snorkel kit for it which didn't fit properly, so I decided to build one homemade. I ran 1.5" PVC from the stock air box up to the front of the quad. It passes thru the front right fender and pipes into a 2" PVC mounted to a crash plate on the front rack. I connected the crank case breather line into the 1.5" PVC as well. I made a 2nd Snorkel on left side of quad which is a faux snorkel since it's purpose is to conceal the breather lines I have extended from the rr drum brake, rr dif., and carb. I took care to loop the breather lines a couple of times to prevent water from getting in, in the event I ever sink the quad. I also siliconed the air-box lid and used Dielectric grease on all electrical connections. I don't go swimming with my Big Bear but I do ride thru fairly deep water occasionally and I just wanted the snorkel installed as a precautionary measure for those unexpected dips u take when traveling across what u thought was a shallow puddle on the trail. LOL. Any way, since installing this snorkel my quad has an odd throttle response. When riding at normal speeds it's unnoticeable, but when hammering the throttle or fluttering the throttle the response seems to lag. I also notice if I'm in a gear too high for the slower speed I'm going the quad sounds like it's about to stall. I know normally u downshift the slower u drive, but it used to drive in a higher gear at low speeds and not bog down like it does now. I'm told I should re-Jet my carb. I'm pondering installing Dial a Jet. Any suggestions from you experienced riders? Removing the carb is a PITA and reinstalling it is equally fun. I've already rebuilt the carb prior to snork install. I like the concept of a dial a jet being able to adjust on the fly, but wasn't sure if it's the way to go. Please help. Any advice is greatly appreciated guys!
  7. Good evening from New Zealand I own a 2003 LTF500F and am trying to install a new clutch kit but the are two large nuts in my way and I can not get them off. The manual says to unlock them but I cannot see any form of locking mechanism. Can anyone help? Cheers
  8. Hey everybody! I would rather install my own blinkers, relays, wiring rather than buying anything for $200. Can anybody point me in the right direction for a nice guide possibly. Im planning on lowering it and doing anything to make it more stable on the pavement...so if you have any suggestions there as well they will be greatly appreciated. So far i plan on buying the Duro Scorcher tires and G-Force XC-1 wheels. All stock size CRJ lowering kits Anyways i want this focus to be on wiring in turn signals and a horn. Thanks guys!
  9. I want to install a winch ( super winch) in front of a 1996 magnum 425 4X4. Not tomutch room! any idiea? Pictures? Thanks Gignac02
  10. Im installing a winch and im not sure were to tie in the keyed power on wire. Any recommendations guys?
  11. Hey guys, Trey told me that they did a full install and dyno of a MCX-USA RZR turbo kit on Truck U, which is on the Speed Channel. Here's when it airs: Monday 2/23/09 @ 3:30pm Eastern Thursday 2/26/09 @ 3:00pm Eastern He said it airs some more, but you'll need to search here: PROGRAMS - TRUCK-U - PINKS, My Classic Car, Unique Whips, American Thunder, Super Bikes! - SPEEDtv.com for Turbo Charged Polaris Chris
  12. Wide Rear Ends - YFZ450 Axle Install - How-To Do It YourselfIn our October 2007 issue, we had just finished installing a set of wide A-arms on our Project YFZ450. To complement the width of the front end, we also received a rear axle from Leager Racing. Many people wonder: "Since the front of the quad is already wider after you do an A-arm install, will adding a wider axle really make that big of a difference?" Well, yes it does. Photo Gallery: Wide Rear Ends - YFZ450 Axle Install - How-To - ATV Rider Magazine Read More | Digg It | Add to del.icio.us More...
  13. outlander560

    atv clutch install

    Recently i purchased a clutch kit for my 2003 arctic cat automatic. Later i found out that i needed a spring compressor, which i didnt have:mad:... so i bought it and a week and 80$ later i got it and it still wont compress the spring:realmad:.. can any of u help me before i go crazy
  14. This workshop was designed to show you how to install aftermarket axles such as Rhino Craft's into your stock Rhino CVs. More...
  15. Admin

    Quick Grip Install

    Carb cleaner does more than clean carbs. More...
  16. Guest

    Fast Grip Install

    There are many ways to install grips and make them stick. The best one, short of having grip glue, is to use carb cleaner. First, clean your handlebars with carb cleaner and a rag, then spray the inside of the grips liberally. The carb spray acts as a lubricant first and then actually melts the grips enough so that it will bond to the clean handlebar. This works great for all but the most extreme conditions. If wet weather is involved, you really need to use grip glue, and in addition, you should follow that up with some safety wire. QUAD off-road magazine

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