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  1. FAQ's / How To's
    Here is a great tutorial video done by UTV Crap on installing a new clutch and sheave on the Yamaha Rhino. This video takes you through the process step by step and illustrates how easy it is to modify your Rhino clutch.
  2. FAQ's / How To's
    There are tons of advantages to switching to synthetic winch lines on your ATVs. Lighter weight, safer pulls, and best of all, instant repairs if you have a failure of your line while doing a pull. If you are caught with a broken line during a pull you can splice it back together in no time...
  3. Kawasaki Forum
    Changing the primary clutch spring on a Kawasaki KFX-700 When I first started riding the KFX-700 I decided, while it was a fast machine with a nice torque curve; it still needed more. A call to Dalton and he recommended a few things to change right off the bat to give me the...
  4. Kawasaki Forum
    I started out with a few carburetor mods in mind. I was going to shim the needles, but to my surprise, this bike came with a carburetor kit installed so it already had modified springs and different needles. Finally I decided that the slides dull matte finish was ugly. I got my gunsmithing...
  5. Kawasaki Forum
    I just finished another mod for the V. I found a great deal on a complete 2002 Kawasaki Prairie air box. The installation is quite simple to complete and requires only a few tools. The top stack are the Prairie stacks. You can see that they are a little bigger. Necessary Tools 8mm socket...
  6. FAQ's / How To's
    This is floating around the internet quite a bit. I posted it on a forum several years ago so it might be old news to some. A rich mixture is caused by too much fuel compared to the amount of air being used during combustion. Rich conditions can be detected by the engine spitting, sputtering...
  7. FAQ's / How To's
    Time saving torture tech tip: I don’t now about you but one of the most important items on my maintenance list is keeping the Grizz battery in good shape. It hasn’t happened to me yet but I cant imagine getting stuck on the Grizz with a dead battery 132 miles from everything in the mountains or...
  8. Consumer Product Reviews
    I wanted my Grizzly 700 to sound just a bit meaner than it did from the factory. But I've had several ATVs in the past with aftermarket exhaust, and invariably they have all been too loud, and become annoying on all day long rides. Worse yet, many of the aftermarket exhaust require frequent...
  9. FAQ's / How To's
    Plug Tuning This is not my writing, but useful information when tuning your ATV. A plug chop is a very useful method of taking a look at the combustion efficiency resultant of the fuel/air mixture. High RPM's is NOT what this is about. It is air / fuel flow. At nearly any RPM above idle. To...
  10. FAQ's / How To's
    2007 Grizzly 700 Winch Installation Ok, so overall the install took me a good amount of time. Mostly due to a couple of things that were a pain in the the you know what and me taking breaks to watch football on the TV in the garage. First picture here is of the winch and everything...
  11. Yamaha Forum
    <h1 class="style1">Tech tip: Moose Winter Pak Heated Grip Install on a Grizz 700</h1> <p class="style1">The following is a writeup for the install of Moose Winter Pak on an 07 Grizz. Install was very easy. Biggest decision I had was where to make the splice for the power. The directions said...
  12. Yamaha Forum
    So you ask...why do I need this? The new Grizzly runs dangerouly lean at low speeds and runs on the hot side because of this. The easiest way to cure the problem is to add more fuel and thats what this Dobeck TFI controller does. As well, it should give me the benefit of added power. It's an...
  13. Yamaha Forum
    Tech Tip: Grizzly Bearing Replacement I'm going to attempt to put together a writeup with pictures for the replacement of Yamaha Grizzly's front bearings. It's more or less a series of pictures with the order in which to remove the parts. It's what I found easiest, and not necessarily the...
  14. For Sale
    Name says it all. Made by 2r racing. Call teh 2r Power tip. It's in perfect condition. No scratches. I bought, rode with it for about 15 minutes total. Ordered an LRD pipe and don't need it. $30 shipped priority mail anywhere in the United States. I take paypal. Thanks! Buster This is what...
  15. Yamaha Forum
    Keep Up to date on new tips and tricks! http://www.yamaha-motor.com/outdoor/events/newspage.aspx
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