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Look on the steering crown on the frame.

Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 24, 2019


Ive attached a video, but you can do this mechanically by adjusting your throttle linkage(but it may not be enough). I'd suggest making a "stop" or a mechanism to physically stop the throttle from opening up on the engine end at the carburetor or throttle body. You must add something to interfere with your engine being able to "open up", I'd reduce it so that it only opens up 15%-20% which will severely limit performance.

Another option is to add an aftermarket Rev Limiter like a MSD unit, or find any rev limiter compatible with CDI ignition and a Single Cylinder, that'll work and you can limit it to whatever rpm you prefer at the turn of a dial! I had to do this to a motorcycle and a drag car and used a simple adjustable rev limiter to keep others from mulling themselves or blowing my motor up!

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Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 23, 2019


check wiring under vehicle going to diff for breaks

Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 22, 2019


Spray some starter fluid into the throttle body. If it starts then it is a fuel problem. Check the fuses for injection operations.

Here is a video that might help. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rhe2BzIOLA

Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 19, 2019




check the plug on the rear axle for the tuff mode! make sure its plugged in

Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 17, 2019


Because big break ,is possible that the piston rings to be stuck on their channels, due to burnt oil deposited in operation, if one of the many km as possible and wear rings, cylinder liner etc.
You need a solution to wash and degrease the segments, pour it into a cylinder, before you pull out the spark plug, which you search if it is wet and smells gasoline, it is a sign that it is fed correctly with gasoline ... do not overdo it with the washing solution, a 50 miles is enough.
Close gasoline, if you can not remove the hose coming from the pump, to the engine to avoid aspiration of gasoline while washing the cylinder, and do some startup maneuvers, plug the spark plug hole with a finger towel, thus preventing immediate evacuation of the cleaning solution and thus wash the cylinder and clean the segments, and observe the compression. After a few such maneuvers, all the cleaning solution will be discharged from the cylinder, now put a clean cloth in the spark plug hole, that the cloth no longer has anything wet on it, it is a sign that there is no cleansing liquid in the cylinder.
repeat the idle operation to make sure it's airy, fit a good spark plug, put the gas hose back on and have to start.
Preventive, check the air path, not clogged, clogged air filter, etc.
Good luck!

Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 10, 2019


Check battery connections for corrosion &check voltage.

Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 10, 2019


That's a possibility. Disconnect the fuel intake hose near the intake manifold, switch the ignition On, if no fuel comes out of the hose, then you have a faulty fuel pump.

Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 09, 2019


It may look ok but be open. Check it with a power tester

Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 02, 2019


Take the fuel line off the fuel filter and catch the gas in A CONTAINER. put your valve in the reserve position

Polaris ATV | Answered on Mar 02, 2019

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