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a couple weeks ago, i bought a parts quad, an 88 big bear. as it has been cold up until this weekend, i have not started determining what is salvageable, until now. i really wanted the trunk compartment from this bike, as mine was cracked. i also wanted the carburetor. as i started to dis-assemble the carb pieces, i giggled at what i saw and then thought, what a great fix !! the rubber manifold was like a canadian redneck fix, and very nicely done ... i had a cracked manifold boot and it cost me 70 bucks for a new one ... this fix is so simple ... take the rubber manifold boot off the carb and cylinder, wrap all the rubber with drywall adhesive fiber mesh tape, and coat it with hockey skate toe protector. the toe protector hardens solid and is very very strong if you have never been around it before. you can re-coat as many times as you like, but let dry completely first.
I rebuilt my 2003 Warrior 350. It ran perfectly for about 20 hours and then started back firing just a bit but causes the Intake Manifold to split at where the rubber meets the aluminum. I rebuilt the carb. I readjusted the air fuel mixture screw. I rechecked the valve lash. I even tried a high flow open air box. The spark plug looks healthy and proper. This is the third intake I have gone through in as many weeks! A mechanic mentioned that it could be the Pulsar acting up? Can the Pulsar cause that? Has anyone heard of a warrior splitting intakes like that? Other than that, the ATV runs like a beast! Any help would be grealty appreciated!!!