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Travis

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  1. My starter did that several years ago, just replaced it and that fixed it. Im not sure what the igniter wire is, my 550 dont have a igniter. i wonder if something is wrong with your ignition switch? are you using OEM starters or cheaper starters? another thing i would check is to rule out the neutral safety switch is while having the key in the start position, wiggle the gear shift back and forth a bit, since the safety switch interrupts power to the starter. Battery good?
  2. I am not too familiar with your type machine, but if im thinking right they would go on the camshaft. Here's another thread about this issue, Thread <--- Click. But i do have to ask, have you checked your valve lash/clearance?
  3. I found another forum that had someone with a similar problem and found this reply, "there is no way to disconnect the limiter, The engine is designed to rev as high as it can without causing damage, if you were to make it rev higher, the valves would float and come into contact with the piston,"
  4. since all we know is it's a 2012 Hisun, we can't be 100% sure it is a rev limiter. What is the Model name? It should be like a Sector, or Vector etc.
  5. what portion of the machine are we seeing? A wider view will be better.
  6. Alright, there should be a kill wire that goes to the magneto, find it, and if possible un plug it, then try to start it. If it does something is wrong with the wire its self (shorting somewhere) or your ignition system, if does not start with The kill wire disconnected most likely a faulty coil. And did you set The air gap properly?
  7. What type of ignition system does it have? Is it like a car with a distributor, or like a lawnmower with a magneto flywheel magnets?
  8. What's the model name? It could be it has a rev limiter on it for safety.
  9. https://www.kolpin.com/products/gun-boots-grips-carriers/gun-racks Welcome to the forum! I searched for racks specific to your model, and couldn't find anything. Except the above link. Good luck! And Shoot Straight!
  10. You should probably get an answer by contacting HiSun directly. https://www.hisunmotors.com/contact/us/ PHONE: 972-446-0760
  11. Spent the last 10 minutes searching, with no results. What machine is this going on? Engine? I did find this https://www.dbelectrical.com/products/carburetor-connection-yamaha-yfm350-raptor-04-13-carburetor-complete-pd36j.html I have bought a lot of electrical parts from D&B and have never had a problem, so hopefully their carbs are good too.
  12. https://www.polarispartshouse.com/oemparts/partsearch/polaris?partsearch=2683817-317 if you click on "Where Used" it will show you all the Polaris models that seat was used on. That might can broaden your search.
  13. As in lower seat, do you mean the one you sit your hind end on? If so, I found the part number for it, 2683817-317, babbitts online has it for 460, bike bandit has it for 430$.
  14. Welcome to the board Ed! Nice looking machines!
  15. To add to what kenfain said about storage, I will advise you to not put the name brand Sta-bil in it, I've seen it many times on small engine carbs, and v-twin Briggs where the owner added it, and after a month or so, it acts like ethanol, and crystallized inside the fuel system. At some point with a fresh tank of gas add some Berrymans b12 chemtool. whenever the Mule started to run rough in previous years, add a bit of it to the fuel tank and cleared it up after a few days driving.
  16. There has been a few times I wish the windshield was a bit wider on the Mule during winter. I finally got a brown carhartt coat, keeps me warm.
  17. Doing it with a tarp like you said sounds like a good idea. I'm not sure of the durability of enclosures for 50+ mph for 300 miles. You could tarp it, and use a ratchet strap to secure it around the Mule. If it's easy, I would remove the windshield, cause if one rock gets kicked up by another vehicle, you'll have a hard time seeing out of it.
  18. Good looking machine! It'll last you for years to come! Thanks for sharing the photo of it!
  19. Here is a very good long independent review on it https://www.utvguide.net/kawasaki_teryx_review/
  20. If you have a volt meter, set it to DC 20 volts, put + to + and - to - Then start it, or crank it over, if the voltage drops to 10 or below its bad. Also most auto parts stores test batteries for free.
  21. GREAT news! 457 to bore a cylinder!!!!! Yes, you should dispute that charge. That is bull crap, machinist down here told me on mine $20 for honing, and $50 if it needed bored.


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