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  1. at the end of last summer, i had re jetted the the carb on my 2001 350 wolverine...i can't remember exactly what the stock size was, maybe a 143 or so?? but i know i put a 147.5 in it...that it..stock air filter, exhaust,etc..anyway, near the end of august and september i had that baby dialed in...once it warmed up, it had great throttle response, more power, and was running like a top...i had some issues with my electric start, but that's for another thread (actually i think there is another thread on here about that problem)..so here comes winter...all winter long it ran like crap, and still is..it wont idle very long before it just stalls out...sometimes when i put it in first gear and try to pull out, it stalls...sometime i can ride it down the road a ways, and if i let off the gas or come to a stop, it stalls....it has a little backfire to it as well..not real loud, but i can hear it inside the carb..now somebody told me that jet size was too big, especially in these colder conditions....somebody told me i had bad gas (water)...thing is i filled it up and have been on that same tank all winter long, becuase i haven't riddden much, mostly due to how it has been runing...i am thinking of selling it and getting something bigger, so i want it to be running like it was last summer...so should i put the stock jet back in ??? should i drain the gas and put new gas in?? or both??
  2. Went winter rid'in last Saturday, the 18th. It rained like a SOB all nite & it was still rain'in to beat the band when I left the house at 0500 for the ride (Yeah, I like to leave early). :coffee: It was 31 degs F when I unloaded the bike, and Yup, it was snow'in ... it was just try'in at first but later on, it was do'in pretty good. :woot: I tried to get off on the snow a couple times, but it was soft & deep & I didn't feel like digg'in or winch'in ... so I turned around to ride at a lower elevation (7000 ft instead of the 9000 ft where I was) ... and the bike was clean up to that point .... sigh .... and I was also dry !! Yes, my expensive rain suit bibs leaked !! I'll bet I don't have a dozen rides with these & they leak. I think it must be from the rubbing of the material (Gore-Tex) on the seat while riding !!?? :wiggle: So I stuff a sweat shirt in my bibs (probably looked like I was carry'in a load, if ya know what I mean !! :smilielol5c: ) ... and I rode another 15 miles. At that point I stopped at a Forest Service shack that had an overhang porch, had some lunch, & put my other rain pants on underneath the bibs ... and rode another 30 miles. But I'm pissed !! Here's some photo's .... :seeyac: ...
  3. BRING IN YOUR ATV FOR A WINTER SERVICE TUNE UP. WE HAVE A SPECIAL GOING ON RIGHT NOW THAT INCLUDES ALL OF THE FOLLOWING: 1. CHECK FRONT AND REAR BRAKES. 2. CHECK THE COOLANT. 3. CHANGE THE SPARK PLUG. 4. CLEAN THE AIR FILTER. 5. CHARGE THE BATTERY. 6. ROTATE TIRES (IF APPLICABLE) 7. CHANGE ALL THE FLUIDS a.)Front differential oil b.)Rear differential oil c.)Transfercase oil d.)Engine oil e.)Brake fluid ALL OF THESE SERVICES WILL BE DONE FOR $250 INCLUDING PARTS AND LABOR. THE SERVICES LISTED ABOVE ARE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE FOR THE SPECIAL, HOWEVER WE CAN PROVIDE AN ALTERNATE PRICE IF YOU DO NOT NEED ALL OF THE SERVICES PROVIDED IN THE SPECIAL. CALL US FOR MORE INFORMATION, YOU CAN E-MAIL US, AND FIND US ON FACEBOOK! Pro Motorsports 5275 W 48th Ave. Denver, CO 80212 303-433-0536 M-F 9:30am-6:00pm Sat 9:00am-5:00pm www.facebook.com/promotorsports [email protected]
  4. Quick video of last years winter wheeling.
  5. How to Winterize an ATV (I can't take credit for this, as I pulled this info off of ehow, but it is very good tutorial..) "Outdoor enthusiasts who live in Northern regions often store ATVs during the wintertime. Ice can damage the engine. Road salt is corrosive and can erode the undercarriage. Winter storage is a good way to extend the life of your ATV. You can learn how to winterize an ATV quickly and simply yourself, and never pay expensive shop charges to winterize again." Instructions & Things You'll Need: Gas stabilizer Oil Oil filter 1. Wash your ATV. Scrub every inch. Use an old toothbrush to reach tight areas. Mud and oil can eat away at surfaces over time. Good ATV maintenance involves thoroughly cleaning your ATV before storing it for the winter. As an added protection, hand wax your ATV once it's dry. 2. Change the oil and filters. This keeps excess dirt from settling in your engine. 3. Put gas stabilizer into the fuel tank and top the tank off with fresh gas. For best results, use premium gasoline. Run the ATV for a few minutes to allow the stabilizer to work through the carburetor. Shut off the motor and turn off the gas valve. Oil the chain. 4. Disconnect and pull out the battery. Charge it if necessary, and clean the terminals. Store the battery in a location where it cannot freeze. A heated breezeway is preferable to a cold garage. It's important to keep the battery stored out of the reach of children. Battery acid is dangerously corrosive. Store your ATV's battery on a high shelf or locked in a cabinet. Do not store it directly on concrete. Concrete causes power drain in batteries. 5. Push the ATV into a shed or garage. Do not store ATV's outside in winter climates. Place the ATV up on blocks and fill the tires to the correct psi to keep them from weather cracking. Expensive jack stands aren't necessary; cinder blocks or heavy plastic milk crates work just fine. 6. Cap the exhaust. To a mouse, it looks like a fine winter hidey hole. 7. Tarp the ATV to keep excess dust and vermin away. If desired, leave an open can of auto wax on the floor under the tarp. The smell repels mice, chipmunks and other small pests. Read more: How to Winterize an ATV | eHow.com
  6. Hi I have a 1999 grizzly 600 and in the summer time it runs great cranks on the first try. But in the winter it will not crank with the starter but if you can pull the crank rope hard enough it will crank. Can anyone tell me why this happens? Thanks
  7. I have so far been a summer rider, but how well will these batteries take the cold over a 24 hour period. In fact if I left them in will I be buying batties every spring:confused:
  8. I've been wrenching on my quad since Im not really a fan of cold weather. Picked up a full front end from an old race buddy back east for next to nothing. Turns out they are Axis shocks rebuilt in August and OMI +2 arms. Just jumping on it in the garage you can tell its much more plush than the stockers. After a fight with the post office, they finally found my brake lines and I got it all put together on saturday. It was a tight fit but I fabbed some brackets and got it all to work together. Unfortunatly, my Blingstar front bumper that I loved had gotten so smashed in over the last 2 years (I hit trees) that the top would hit the rezzies so it is now a wall hanger and I picked up a new V bumper.
  9. hey guys here my winter tear down to clean the plastics and put in the new light
  10. ITP TUNDRACROSS IS THE INDUSTRY’S FIRST STUDDED SNOW/ICE TIRELeave it to ITP to deliver the ATV/UTV industry’s first production snow and ice tire! The all-new TundraCross features 96 carbide-tipped steel case studs that are strategically placed for maximum performance on ice and snow. The TundraCross is based on ITP’s highly successful TerraCross R/T design, and features fully sipped (thinly More...
  11. GPS coordinates: (N 36° 15.759', W 78° 17.052') Mapquest link: Map of 900 Cheeks Quarter Rd Henderson, NC by MapQuest
  12. Get your winter riding pictures up, there's been snowfall all over the country. Lets' see some pics. Make sure you upload to the gallery winter section: Winter ATV Riding, Snow, Ice, Frozen Lakes QUADCRAZY ATV Community Thre are only 5 pics there, 3 are mine... Upload your pics HERE * Make sure you choose "Winter Riding" I don't have any pics yet this year, wasn't able to get out...but below is one of my favorites from last year..(some of you already seen this) In the snow on our ATV
  13. Two upcoming rounds of the Mid-Atlantic Winter Series MX at NCMP in Henderson, NC GPS coordinates: (N 36° 15.759', W 78° 17.052') Mapquest link: Map of 900 Cheeks Quarter Rd Henderson, NC by MapQuest
  14. Open 6 days week year round. Open 7 days Thanksgiving week. Three MX tracks, Hare Scrambles course, camping, etc.
  15. I'm so sick and tired of snow and 20 degrees or less riding. I woud live to be riding right now at 60 degrees.Between snow, rain , and flooding. this winter SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!! :censored: :dammit: :eek2:
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