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Travis

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About Travis

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  • Birthday 04/07/2003
  • Location Conroe, TX, United States

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    Kawasaki Mule's specializing in 550's

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  1. I guess go back to the basics..... Fuel Spark (at the correct time) And Compression What I would do is fit an Inline spark tester to the plug wires, and when it won't restart, crank it over and see if you're getting a constant spark.or intermittent... https://www.amazon.com/Lisle-20610-Inline-Spark-Tester/dp/B0002STSC6
  2. Try pushing the gas peddle down to the floor when starting, and let off as soon as it starts...my mule has been similar as long as I can remember, but hold the pedal down and it would probably start right up in the north pole! One thing I would do is pull your spark plugs out and check them to be sure you aren't running too lean..
  3. I try to Buy American whenever and wherever I can... It may cost a few bucks more, but it sure is worth it...
  4. slick looking machine, πŸ‘πŸ‘ πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
  5. Could you take some pictures or what model Subaru engine is it?
  6. 3600 is pretty much the standard for Max rpm for small 1 or twin cylinder engines, Some manufacturers will governor them to 3600Max, but they are usually safe up to 3800-4000 rpm... I was told this by a guy I know who is a Briggs and Stratton MST,, Kohler and Briggs and Stratton found that with the RPM set at 3600 is where the highest torque/power produced at the lowest revolutions... So in a sense more efficient and less wear on the engine.
  7. Could you elaborate a bit please?
  8. We're losing the old timers of country music, and I can't stand much of what's on the radio now that passes for country music.
  9. This is what a PDM looks like and according to Polaris your specific model has one : And it does appear to be mounted under the dash according to parts diagrams... but it looks like on the driver side?
  10. i assume it uses a CVT belt set up? If its brand new, take it to where you purchased it or contact the manufacture... Im sure that is NOT normal...
  11. Still have 10 fingers and 10 toes! with a beautiful full moon with a stunning light display!
  12. You're sure welcome. Happy Independence Day
  13. I did some google searching, all i found for the state of Arizona was registering them for like state parks etc. I would imagine your local DMV or DOT could supply you with the correct information.


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