I have owned my 2015 Hisun HS700 Crew for about 3 or 4 months now. I got it used and was supposed to run good but was not put all the back together from a stator upgrade due to previous owner said he was going to out a stereo system on it. Anyway I have worked it much more than I have rode it. I seem to work on it 2 days and ride it for a hour. Me, my wife, and 2 kids (10 and 18) enjoy it but the engine compartment gets so hot. I've replaced the water pump and burped the cooling system and any other thing I could think of to bleed the air out and think its good with no air and water circulating. Fan seems to run fine and be on about all the time. Changed the coolant twice and oil 3 times. I noticed the engine really has nowhere for heat to go because heat rises and no air flow at all. Has anyone had any experience in this area? Any DIY tricks or any advice in removing the heat out of the engine compartment and getting it to a tolerable temperature. Im about to sell it if I can't figure something out and go waste money on a big name brand but I won't have red legs and arm from engine heat burning me and my wife. They machine never acts like its to hot or anything but it feels like it is. Thanks in advance for any and all help.
I have recently acquired a 2012 CFMOTO 500 CC side by side. The previous owner said that it ran great but had a gas leak by the throttle body that caught fire and ruined most of the parts on top. It also melted the cover and fan for the stator. Does anyone know of a good place to get all of these parts? I usually use Amazon for all my 2020 hisun parts, but can't really find the ones I need for this. If anyone has any ideas I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance
By Josh Lounder
I acquired an older HISUN BIG BUCK 500 that hasn't run in years. Little elbow grease and she's running. I have a few more parts to switch out but when revving the engine over 4K the r light starts blinking. After googling and seeing other people I replaced the rev limit switch under the air box and found the same issue. I traced the green and white stripe wire back to the computer module and found no breaks in the wire and cleaned the connectors. Still same issue. I then cut the wire right at the plug and grounded it directly to the battery. I can now rev over 4k rpm however the light still blinks and when in reverse the light no longer lights up. Anyone else run into this? Can R light blinking mean something else.....HELP, what am i missing?????
By Chuck Winburn
I bought an axis 500 brand new, hauled it home and the light indicator for 4 wheel drive is not working. Is there a something the store didnt tell me, or is it messed up right off the assembly line? Any thoughts or advice is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
So i have a 2011 EFI 700. the SxS will crank right up everytime without any issues. If i let it run or ride it for about 10 mins it will shut off and then it may turn on if i am lucky but most time i have to let it sit for like 3 hours and then it will run again. i have done the following
-New fuel filter
-New spark plug
-New coil pack and plug wire
-New air filter
Also could i get a grizzly 660 engine and put in it or would it not work.