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  1. It's still under Kawasaki's Three year warranty. let the dealer look at, no need to risk voiding your warranty by messing with it, as dealerships can be picky about that. i always advise people, if it's under warranty, and there is an issue. let the dealer look at it. and fix it.
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  2. you have air trapped in the head. try bleeding out air at head and at waterpump ....or .you have a bad head gasket .. Hisuns are not for riding, they are for working on
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  3. I own a 2020 Bennche T-Boss410 I'm having an over heating problem the temp gauge is reading that it's over heating but the radiator and lines are not anywhere hot and the fan does not work on it's own when its plugged into the connector so we wired it to a switch so it's on all the time and it still over heats. Help please?
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  4. Thanks for info on spark plugs. Now UPDATE! Installed new iridium NGK DR8EIX comes pregapped in my 2021 coleman outfitter 400 also pour in gas tank 8 0z of Seafome Let me tell you all, 100 % difference found improvement in throttle response, idle, overall performance incredible. Everyone should do this im so so happy with the outcome
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  5. mackc, he asked about unit running to get power to the port, that is why i responded as i did........................
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  6. Here is my Tracker factory mirror attached to my Tracker 800SX. No wonder I couldn't find a mirror to fit the roll cage bar, because it doesn't go there. Fits nicely at the base of the roll bar by replacing two bolts, which are provided, for a very neat, professional look. When it is all said and done, it was worth the wait and the money, in my opinion.
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  7. Seems Kohlers have that problem more so than Briggs and stratton or Kawasaki engines most likely the mud is the cause for the broken magnets though, it almost looks like a dirt dauber nest in there. if you need help looking up the part # post the model and spec number of the Kohler engine. I would advise replacing the stator as well if there any nicks or broken wires on it.
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  8. I believe that in both cases, you're dealing with a Delphi type scanner. The pin configuration, where the scanner connects, would be the only limitation. If they're the same connection, then it should work. My knowledge is just scanners in general. I don't own this particular machine, nor the scanner. But I can't see how it could be different. Unfortunately I have no idea where the plug is to check. Find the plug, and check the pin configuration. Compare against the two models. If you're waiting on the factory for any meaningful guidance. You might be in for a long wait, ending up with very little useful information. Although the factory has helped a couple of folks. In general they're known for being less than helpful. As you've already seen, there's very little definitive information on this topic. And there's lots of people here who could really use this information. Please share any information that you find, as this is one of the most sought after topic on this forum. Good luck in your search!
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  9. This crap blows!!!🤢 Thanks for checking up on me!
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  10. I appreciate you taking the time to reply and your thoughts. They seem to be about the same as mine. I will try to let you know how it all turns out.
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  11. Well, vengeful right now. I would like to get my hands on Fauci, tie him in a chair, and give him a vaccine from every pharmaceutical company out there. Both shots along with the boosters. I would just sit back and watch the whole thing go down. I am getting over this crap, but it's definitely a long process. Both myself and my fiancee were stricken about the same time. She's getting over it a little quicker than I am. I appreciate your concern. Thanks
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  12. Thanks, will do, off to the dealership.
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  13. so far the 26mph gusts haven't even made it creak, but my hat almost blew off my head.
    1 point
  14. You should look into pricing the 4×4 concrete anchors. Four of those, and a few bags of concrete might be cheaper, considering lumber prices these days. It serves the added purpose of keeping the posts up out of the dirt.
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  15. Storms, and high winds are expected tonight. Looks like your project will see its first test. I hope you tamped those posts in good and solid. We'd hate to hear the wind got some catastrophic lift underneath it. I probably would've used post anchors, set in concrete. But that would've been more about keeping the headroom, that's sacrificed by setting the posts in the ground.
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  16. Well, you're gonna need to put in those braces first.
    1 point
  17. we have a pile of old tin from a torn down building, I had to seal a few holes in but it was free.
    1 point
  18. You did not state front or rear differential. However, you should be able to get the part at http://www.klung-motor.com/. Any reputable dealer in your area should be able to replace it. Having it rebuild would most likely cost as much as buying a new one and paying for installation.
    1 point
  19. cant wait to pull an electric 4 seater UTV out of the swamp because the batteries died . ,,,,,. if its really loud, your exhaust may be cracked near the head.. common om Massimo
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  20. Appears to be a Hisun clone, back when they made the Massimo, Coleman and Bennche models as well.
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  21. look here https://www.autopartsforum.com/
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  22. can't say about hisun, but on our mule, key must be on for power port to work......
    1 point
  23. I spoke with my dealer today. He said they actually had a couple mules delivered today, hopefully there will be more to come. Mine still hasn’t arrived. Been almost 10 weeks.
    1 point
  24. More issues with the 2019 Coleman 550. It stopped running again. Long story/short, I checked valves, injector (replaced) plug (replaced 2x with new NGK) checked fuel flow , it eventually started. Ran great for a while, 10 minutes or so. Then it started the spitting and sputtering and not wanting to rev up. When first started it would rev freely (no load) to 6-7K, which was as high as I felt comfortable. Wouldn't go past 4500-5k under load on the road. It gets going and then it cuts out. The drivers seat belt is buckled. The previous time I still had it under warranty, I eventually got it to a shop that removed the in-line fuel filter that had been added and then it ran good. My thought is that the fuel pump may be weak. The other possibility that occurs to me is the cut out/retarder for the seatbelt is malfunctioning. I purchased a CD of the shop manual, but it appears to be for an older model with a carb and not the EFI. Open to hearing thoughts and opinions and which way to proceed. I'm planning on replacing fuel pump and fuel line and getting a (hopefully) better quality injector. I would appreciate any sources (Motorcycle Dr???) for better quality components. I have also been told by a person claiming to be a Hisun tech in a southwestern state that the way to "set" the machines CPU/Brain/whatever you call it, is to hold the gas pedal to floor let it get to it's highest RPM and then shut off ignition. I'm assuming one does this ASAP. Does this sound even remotely correct? I picture a blown engine myself, but I'm an old guy, so...
    1 point
  25. I’ve done a lot of research on this swap and a good buddy of mine is an awesome ATV/UTV mechanic which gave me a lot of good info. hisun 750 (735cc) 38.22 HP Yamaha 700 (686cc) 50HP That in its self is worth it!
    1 point
  26. Tebo, I don't know if Massimo needs a special coolant, but I use regular green colored coolant. To prevent losing coolant while it idles, I stick a small funnel in the rad (after sanding off the funnel seam) and keep it about 1/4 full of coolant. This way, I don't lose coolant while the coolant expands and shrinks during idle, and it makes it easier to see the air bubbles come out.
    1 point
  27. Thanks, Travis. I got mine at Murphy , the Walmart affiliate.
    1 point
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  29. VOILA! Screwed right in! S
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  30. Yes I do. Worst mistake i ever made.
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  31. here's a few more.....
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  32. The camshaft sensor should be located near stator. Look at the service manual, it can be called several names, trigger coil, pulsar, etc. You must test and eliminate each component separately before buying new parts. You will need a service manual and multimeter for testing. Most of the time, the problem will be small, generally a short on the ground side of the circuit due to corrosion or loose wire. The problem will require resistance, voltage drop, and continuity testing. You must be methodical and pay strict attention to detail
    1 point
  33. 14 downloads

    This is the factory Hisun Strike 1000 service manual
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  34. It could not be easier.. Unplug the black plug -in from switch on the radiator . put a short jumper wire from one side of plug to other.. the switch just interupts that wire. Tape it up .. It will only run if key is on..
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