Has anyone replaced the stock shocks and springs on their 2015 Dominator 800 X2 to ride alittle smoother are just changing the springs out.I gotten alittle spoiled riding in my son's rzr 1000xp.
My wife just made a comment why don't ride as smooth as our son's thing.lol
I'm 62 she's 61 the little rough ride doesn't really bother me. I drive a concrete mixer for a living.
I really like the Odes it's pretty good power for for only 800cc
I took off the cat and the stock muffler. Put a glasspack with 2" inlet and outlet it has a good deep tone and not really very loud. I'll find out Sunday when we hit the woods .It's definitely more peppy.
By Everyday Medic
I have a 2012 HS700UTV EFI, I am from canada so it was marketed under the name power max roughrider 700. I use this machine to plow and general yard work. I have been slowly over the years working electrical bugs out.
Yesterday the SxS well my son was using it began to make a wire burning smell. We found that the wires coming into the voltage regulator/rectifier had burnt and melted the plug. Because if this I will be replacing the voltage regultor.
Before I replace (have to the plastic is destroyed) I wanted to test the stator to ensure that there was not an over power. Now I know this is very very doubtful as I believe wires in the harness had shorted eachother causing the melt down. But just to be sure.
I would like to know if anyone can answer, what the ohms reading should be across the windings of the stator. It is still in the bike.
Second, there is 5 wires... 3 white they plug into the bottom or back side of the regultor. There is one black and a red with white strip, which two terminals would these plug into on the front of the regultor? I know the center front is it used as this is plugged on the now melted connector.
Thanks for any advice and help.
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