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After 1/4 throttle it spits and sputters. I changed internal fuel pump and spark plugs.

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I have a 2000 arctic cat 300 4x4, I have no problem starting her and she'll idle way until I give it some throttle then she starts to spit and sputter and I just installed a new carburetor.


was just working on a scooter with the same prob, turned out to be the cdi. I'd check other things before replacing that though. cracks in the intake boot, adjust valves, test plug and coil.

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Fuel starvation (supply or wrong carb or tune) and/or insufficient or poor quality spark.

Make sure the air filter is clean and only test with it connected as it sometimes makes a lot of difference. It could be worth checking the exhaust for blockages.

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My king quad just quit when I was riding yesterday no sputter just died won't start fuel pump still works seems like no spark?? not sure I am mechanically challenged HELP


Pull plug hook it to wire and test for spark...place against bare metal and turn motor over,look at plug if u see spark ?? your good there if not try new plug could just be fouled., Then work your way through fuel system....

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tank airiation fuel tap filter tankfilter clean? sludge removedl a canister automotive engine cleaner for the fuel are by cleaning carburetor( if there is a L+R re-adjusted) are the gaskets changed and correct placed especially between cilinder and carburetor. there can be especially a small channel in it that it was wrong replaced or is the compression good enough ?
Compression is the very most important thing there is to look at the exhaust site to the piston that must be smooth otherwise there was a problem by overheating piston if there are grooves there can be a wrong adjusting of the carburetor or by a quality problem of the used gas

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2004 Quest 500--Starts fine. Will run for about 1/2 hour. Starts to sputter and back fire then stops. I remove plug and its black. Change plug and starts and runs as new. Then it repeats itself again....


The problem would appear to either be with the mixture or with the head. Too rich a mixture (too much fuel) will cause black plugs - when you take them out do the engine and plugs smell of petrol? You need to adjust the carburettor. Mark where the throttle screw is to start with and then slowly screw it (in - I think) to reduce the petrol flow.
The other alternative is that their is a problem in the head. Does the engine blow a lot of blue/black smoke out when it is hot. If yes it means a full engine strip down!

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