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  1. 3 points
    The wire might be the ground wire. Make sure to locate well where the wire is attached or connected.
  2. 2 points
    After replacing the cigar box sized battery in my Mule for two years in a row (at a cost of about $80 per trip), I decided to mount a deep cycle group 24 behind the front seat. Bought a sturdy battery holder, a couple of 32" cables and voila!....no more battery blues I usually get about three years out of one of these. Also installed a 2 amp trickle charger. Me so happy.
  3. 2 points
    Hi i am new to the utv world (i am an automotive thech in off-road performance on jeep and Dodge for 13 years that have decided to retire from the 4x4 world and play whit something smaller ) The big problems i see whit the hisun is a cooling fan issue that eat so much amp that the generator cant keep the batteries charge (i have the dual cooling system and whit 2 fans on it goes under 10 volts if you run at low speed that cause after few hours to run out of batteries. Batteries not have the amp to hold enough charge to push the fan at the best performance and generator cannot hold the OEM fan when the batteries is not enough charged (overheat issue was caused by that) an other problem that is a batteries issue was the starter itself it need more amp than the batteries have so the slow crancking is caused by that. When i worked on cf moto and odess utv i noticed that cf moto add the same starting issues due to the same problem too small batteries but odess use a honda civic batteries to make it work just fine (fans runs no more than 2 minutes instead of cf moto and hisun that the fans runs mostly all of the time) so i know that the batteries is a 12 volt u1 or u11 batteries so if i want to put a 1095cca batteries or a yellow top optima batteries on a custom case does the elictrical system will be able to handle a batteries that have 300-400% more ca than the small batteries or not (i know that the light will be more brighter i already replace the flasher/stop bulb factory instaled for a full l.e.d. bulb and socket hehe ). I know some people have done that on old 6 volt system atv whit no problem at all but i just want to make sure i will not frie the whole electrical system whit a bigger batteries hehe i will place some maxi fuse on the main relais and fuse system but not on the starter
  4. 2 points
    Hello! New guy from sweden here. did buy a 800 Widebody from 2015! Seems like its an odd utv? Wanted to get tracks to it but everybody said it didn't work. But couln't say why.. Buuuut. it did..
  5. 2 points
    All you need to do is show me a lower advertised price. I will then match and beat it by 5%. Don't waste time and get your parts from the source with the best guaranteed prices!
  6. 2 points
    I made my own electric power steering for my Joyner trooper..I bought a steering column out of a 02 satern vue for $80 at a junk yard..then bought a wiring kit off of eBay for another $80. And made the steering arm...the wiring kit even came with a adjustable nob..
  7. 2 points
    Looking at getting more height out of my Kawasaki Mule. Put a lift kit on it but wondering about putting 28 inch tires or 30 inch tires? Don't know if 30 inch clearance is too large.
  8. 2 points
    just some pics from stock to now stock winter tear down, new design new elektronics, lights, seats new rims and brakes actual setup
  9. 2 points
    The generator coil is pretty good ,the starter itself need 2 time the amp of the batteries to make it work just fine. I can confirm you that the starter itself will never frie as long as you not try to jump start it whit a 24 volt batteries hehe and its a 12 volt starter its more damagable for the starter to run whit not enough amp than more(he cant take more amp than it need himself)maybe the power cable of the starter will have to be upgraded but not a big deal to this side. My biggest concern was about all the rest . Do the voltage regulator will like to have a batteries of 800 + cca. The whole system itself will be able to handle that? I tried to contact hisun but after 1 month they will never answer me hehe I know alot in the automotive but not so much in utv and atv so any good answer are welcome
  10. 2 points
    Hi i have read your stories and i own a motobishi raptorex 2011 800cc (hisun strike differently named) Hisun brand its part of the ghanzou automotive that own cfmoto,odess, hisun and few other brand of utv. Check at cfmoto dealer for part. All driveline parts will fit on the hisun. It is what i have do on mine before it break and i never touched it again. The problem whit the yoke on hisun utv is a cast material and machining issue. If you are good in mechanic you can flip the coin and do brp, shaft and yoke upgrade (just need a good drive shaft shop to make new drive shaft
  11. 2 points
    Chery Engine Parts Cross by Rusty Nutz Racing » Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:24 pm Maybe this will help all the Joyner owners out, after hours and hours of research I found that the 2007 and older Chery engines are a clone of the ford's Britian CVH (escort) motor such as the 1.1, 1.3, 1.6 and 2.0. The great thing is that even though it was a clone of the Britian Ford CVH motor, they used 90% of the same parts as Ford U.S. CVH motor. The trannys are a VW model gear boxes with Ford bell housing. Least that is what mine is. Like the 650, 800 & 1100 are from a 1.1 to 1.3L VW golf. I have the 2006 1600 Joyner and my tranny is from a 97 VW Jetta. Now I'm not saying everything will bolt right up on the 650, 800 and 1100's you'd have to check that out yourself. But I know a friend that has a 800 Roketa and replaced transmission parts with a 1.3L VW golf. Another friend with a 2007 Joyner 1100 used gears and several other parts from a 1.3L Golf tranny. I have a 97 Jetta tranny that matches perfect to my 1600. I'm currently running a VW Jetta starter on my 1600. I bought several ford escort parts as replacement parts that fit perfect. Just do some research or pull photos of the VW 1.3L tranny and you can compare what it looks like to what you have. Do the same on the engines. Google photo of the 1.1 or 1.3 and see if they don't look real close to what you have. I've seen this info before but not on this forum. thought it might be of interest Jeff
  12. 2 points
    To find out which wire goes to the battery, use a continuity test. With the battery disconnected, and the key in the off position. Using a multi meter, set to ohms, run a jumper from the positive battery terminal, of the disconnected battery. Hook the jumper wire to one end of the meter, then probe all the terminals on the switch with the other. When you get a reading, there shouldn't be much difference between this reading, and just touching the meter terminals together. There'll probably be some difference, but not much. Then turn the key on, and find the next wire, that'll be the one that's always hot when running. Then the start wire is last. That should just about cover most of the wires on the switch, so you can track down the problem. But from what I've read so far, it seems like a ground wire problem. But if you can't get continuity at the switch then it's obviously a problem on the positive circuit.
  13. 2 points
    I'm a little late with this, but look what I got to go see on the morning of the 4th. http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865684206/Photos-A-grand-flag-for-a-grand-4th-of-July-celebration.html this just one of several article about the ( Pleasant Grove, Utah Flag )google it if you want. Really awesome, I can see it out my backdoor, especially at night when it's lit up and throws a shadow on the rocks behind it.
  14. 2 points
    broken yoke ..well couldn't wait for 8 to 10 more days for there delivery . Very disappointed with Hisun in the customer service department. Machine is home with 6 month extended warranty . Not satisfied with machine and service.. I would like to say a special than you to Josh Yocume and Avery . Very professional dealer . Sorry for the problems with your Hisun supplier. Definitely looking for a new machine( if I CAN EVER FIND A DEALER THAT WILL TRADE A HISUN )
  15. 2 points
    So, I have found a very possible and very interesting engine swap after looking for quite awhileBTW I am still looking and researching. I present to you the 1.4L cylinder out of a Chevy Cruze. Let me first caveat this by saying I have NO problem with my Chery engine. But it seems to have only so much potential and there is not enough technical support and R&D out there. Considering there are thousands and thousands of Chery 1100s out in the world (mostly in other countries) we should have WAY more options than we do. The problem I DO have with the Chery 1100 is the transmission it is bolted too. Even if you BORE, Supercharge, Nitrous this engine the tranny just too weak. I would be more inclined to do motor work if there was a stronger gearbox we could strap to it. My experience has shown me the output shaft is weakthats a stock motor. If you power it up what is next to goprobably clutches. NOW--Why the 1.4L turbo out of a Chevy Cruze? ITS AN ECOTEC! They are plentiful (fleet car motor) and can be had for relatively cheap ($500-$2000 depending on condition and if it comes with or without the turbo). They are compact and lightweight--all aluminum block and cylinder head. They are decently powered (138hp) and even better torque (148 ft/lbs)!!! Most smaller engines, to include ATV/UTV gas powered engines, the hp numbers are always higher than torque numbers. I care about TORQUE! In this case torque is the king over hp and it peaks at 2500 rpm!!! This motor was specifically designed to produce low to mid-range torque. Also, keep in mind factory engines are designed to be economical. This engine could be easily tuned or a bigger turbo installed to go well over 200 hp. Now, the most IMPORTANT partputting the power to the ground: The stock Cruze comes with either a six speed manual or an automatic/hydramatic six speedwith manual shift capability!!! Now, I know what you are thinking. We need a low first gear. Now, I cant find anything online about the Troopers first gear ratio. I called Joyner and I am waiting for a call back. If anyone knows please post. My best guess is its around 5:1??? More intriguingfirst gear in the manual of the Chevy Cruze is 4.27 which is quite low in comparison to most cars being in the 3:1 range. EVEN BETTER the automatic comes with a first gear ratio of 4.58 to one. That is the lowest factory first gear ratio I have found in any FWD 4 cylinder car so far. If you know of one lower please share. Now that may not be low enough for us, but when you keep in mind WE ARE DOUBLING OUR TORQUE it should offset the need for a granny gear. Last, it comes with the manual shift option. This means you can just push the lever forward to shift and back to downshiftNO CLUTCH! Now this is just a birds eye view of this potentially sweet drivetrain swap. Outside of the normal custom intake/exhaust, mounts, rewiring of any engine swap here are some of the bigger things that need to be figured out/answered: How do we lock up the differential in the gearbox differential like the trooper is? The trooper has basically a spool (fully locked). In RWD buggies Joyner turns the motor and tranny 90 degrees and opens the differential (I hear some models are full locked). How would auto/hydramatic transmission handle the stress of offroad? Will technology get in the way of making things simple? Nowadays if you disconnect a seat belt sensor the car wont start (exaggerating herea little). How hard will it be to simplify the ignition system and get the electronics for the transmission of in harmony? Interested to hear your guys thoughts and concerns
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    No it works great..just had to make a linkage for the power steering unit to the stock rack and pinion.. the wiring kit from eBay even can with a knob that I mounted on the dash to adjust how much electric assistants you want.... there is some utube videos about it to.. people have put it on hot rods and tractors.. you can put it on anything really.. you just have to adapt it to whatever you put it on..
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    Got it remounted and it is as quiet as it ought to be, happy happy joy joy Jeff
  21. 2 points
    Hello, PBO Auto Sales here, just joined the UTV Board. Proably should have joined a long time ago. But today I can tell you we are now a full service Joyner Dealer. My Dealership is located directly across the street from Joyner-USA so I have access to all parts and I have a Master Mechanic who does all or any Warranty work plus works on most of my local customers Units. I have a warehouse stocked with NEW Joyners all models ready for delivery. PBO Auto Sales 3842 E Roeser Rd Phoenix, AZ 85040 602-828-1885 www.pboautosales.com We will also ship them to you anywhere in the country, please call for more information.
  22. 2 points
    OK for the 09 Trooper T2 front CV's Outer Front NAPA 686-2149 Inner Front NAPA 686-2151
  23. 2 points
    Thanks bigdan120, Put 2 Sylvania H5006 lights in today, but instead of buying the Dorman plug, I soldered some wires on and use some connectors I have on hand. Haven't had it out at night yet, maybe tonight. Thanks, Kinarfi
  24. 1 point
    Tomorrow (Or today, depending whenever you read this) Marks the 16th anniversary of 9/11, that day of the vicious attack on American soil, NEARLY 3,000 innocent people lost their lives. only since then have a little over 1,000 victims have been identified. Let us never forgot all the brave men and woman who have fought and died to protect and preserve this Great Nation! Though other nations have suffered greatly with terror attacks, we have been blessed enough to have a STRONG military, and a great president. And thanks to all the Firemen, Policemen, and military members, we can ride our UTV's with out any worries! GOD bless AMERICA
  25. 1 point
    I'm sure we could. But they would be pricy I'm sure.... Rip the rear apart.. your just wishing and hoping it's not it when you know it is.... lol
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