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I currently have a 2011 Polaris 400 H.O. that has fewer than 300 hrs on it. My buddy bought it new and I bought it with around 100 hrs. I use it around the farm and to get between two properties that are about a mile apart. I am tired of dealing with the choke when its cold or even cool out. It starts fine and runs ok if your driving but until it gets completely warmed up if you pull up to a gate and get off to open it will die. And because of the choke my wife has a hard time with it. Before I got the 400 I had a 2013 polaris 500 midsize that was fuel injected but aways ran rich and foul plugs. I had it at two different dealers and neither one could fix it. So I sold it and bought the 400. My father in law has a 2015 Polaris 570 midsize which is fuel injected and it is hard to start and cranks more than it should. Needless to say I am done with Polaris and ready to sell mine and move on to something better.
I have been looking at the Honda Pioneer 700 and the Kawasaki Mule Pro MX. I was disappointed to learn the Kawasaki Mule Pro MX engine is built by Hysun and not Kawasaki, but that maybe a non issue. Maybe I'm missing another good option that I haven't considered. The main thing is getting something that is bullet proof reliable. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
The MULE PRO-FXT™ 1000 LE is a full-sized, high-capacity side x side that features our exclusive 3- to 6-passenger Trans Cab™ system. With a reliable 999cc Kawasaki-built engine, this dependable side x side is ready to transport heavy loads or transport the entire crew without breaking a sweat. Work harder and smarter with the dependable help of the MULE PRO-FXT 1000 LE.
NEW KAWASAKI-BUILT 999cc LIQUID-COOLED, 4-STROKE PARALLEL TWIN ENGINE NEW MASSIVE GROUND CLEARANCE NEW DOUBLE-WISHBONE SUSPENSION WITH LONGER TRAVEL NEW FRONT FACE STYLING NEW IMPROVED MAINTENANCE ACCESSIBILITY (EASY ACCESS TO OIL FILTER, DIPSTICK, AIR-CLEANER FILTER) 3- TO 6-PASSENGER TRANS CAB™ SYSTEM 1-ton towing capacity Electrically selectable 2WD/4WD/dual-mode differential with diff. lock Speed-sensitive Electric Power Steering (EPS) and tilt steering Sun Top Steel front bumper Under seat storage (driver) Kawasaki STRONG 3-Year Limited Warranty
Just purchased a new Axis 700 which was delivered a few days ago. It's May 2023 and I received a 2021 model. Do they upgrade their model years like a car? The Axis 700 was brand new but the model year stunned me.
hey guys hopefully someone can help me out here, I just acquired this 2008 joyner renegade with the 0.8L chery motor. Im the 3rd owner since the unit has ran, I have extensive knowledge in automotive repair, electrical repair, and my diagnosing is leading me to replace the ecu on this unit. Now the previous owner has done just this to no avail, while I cant confirm he did not make a mistake and damaged the internal circuitry of this module, visually it is very much brand new. Now the question I'm having a hard time finding an answer for is whether or not these modules come pre-programmed/plug and play ready or require a programming once installed? Also any tips or tricks for this concern will be greatly appreciated. NOTE: according to schematics and connector breakdown info i have, my ecu power's/grounds are good, my injector supply voltage is a solid 12v and will light a test lamp, my ecu injector pull down circuits don't seem to be working, i have a constant 300ish ohms to ground no matter the conditions, never have a pulse.
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Hi, I just bought a used 2015 MSU500 with 365 hrs on it. After riding it the UTV seemed sluggish and would not climb a moderate hill without getting a running start in low range. Took it to a repair shop and they told me that the clutches were burnt and slipping. Had the primary clutch replaced and afterwards was told that the compression of the cylinder was only 80psi, which I was told was 100psi below original compression. I've bought all parts necessary, including new crankshaft and bearings to rebuild the motor. My question is, does anyone know if a 700cc top end kit will bolt onto the 500 motor case?
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