I have a 2016 Joyner T2 that is giving me problems engaging in and out of 4 wheel drive. I have read some older posts that address this issue on some older models, but can't get any of the older pics to open for a good explanation.
I have not taken anything apart at this point. Hoping some mechanically savvy Joyner owners can help me out.
By Monty Herbold
Wondering if anybody has switch the engine and transmission from a trooper t4 to a sand viper have found a sand viper missing the engine and transmission also wanted to put front end on sand viper so i would have 4x4 sand viper?
Glad I found the forum, seems like some pretty knowledgeable folk in here. I recently bought a Mule with 860 hours on it from auction and I've noticed a couple small issues I'd like to get some opinions on.
1. When the Mule is heated up, been driving 15-20 minutes, when going uphill, it'll have a really hard time getting out of a "low" gear and when trying to shift upwards, it will make a sound like it's not catching and won't pick up speed. If you push down on the gas, the noise gets worse, and you're not goin any faster. I've worked around this by stopping the mule, dropping it in neutral, leaving it running for about 30 seconds to 1 minute, then shifting back into drive and it'll go a little ways further before having the issues again.
2. When going from a stop uphill, the entire mule will shudder and shake while moving for the first few seconds, after that, it lets up.
Any help would be appreciated, thanks in advance!
Custom camshafts for 800cc 1100cc.Chery Engines.
We just installed a new regrind camshaft with new software.I don't want to say it but big time power.Low end more power you can be 5 gear at 25 and it gets up and goes. Can say this will kick 1100cc Viper a-- And this is the easiest thing to do and you will be amazed at the power yes in the seat of your pance.Power starts at 1500 rpm and you can feel the power pulling the engine at 2900 it just goes wild you can hear the engine changes sound as it winds up.I just got to drive it and it's great.Sorry but when something work this good it is exciting.Was tested on a renegade 800 cc.Check out YouTube silverbulletmotorspots cams and you will see how easy it is to install.And we did not use tuner all stock renegade.We are going to make a good video in the future.All i can say is this is the best and biggest performance upgrade part you can do yourself.In the past we did not show how to installing the cams with head on the engine.We supply all the shims.And we will do a good Video.This is the best thing it is amazing power.This is total change in power is amazing.The only thing else is the supercharger.We are going to test on the 800 cc engine this week.But believe me you will drive the buggy 800 cc.And will get out with a big smiling.It's killer power.The 1100 i can't wait to install.Any body who lives in Az & Ca.and Wants a camshaft installed we will do install for 80.00+parts only 1 install just to show how easy it is and the power it makes.You will be very impressed with the amount of torque.Puts out! Note about camshaft.New cam guy who builds his own software and does all the camshafts work.thanks Ted!
I am brand new to UTVing and never owned one before. As a starter, I'm thinking of buying a Hisun 250 for several reasons. First, it will exist in my existing cargo trailer and also in my garage. Secondly, I'm contemplating just light trail riding on narrow trails so the 250's width would be ideal.
I'm only 5'7" but weigh nearly 200lbs (no diet advice please ?) so I'm wondering how a 250 would do both for fit and for power. It seems almost everyone who discusses a 250 does in the context of kids.
Also,any thoughts of whether a Hisun Scout 250 is any better than a Strike? As I said, I'm not planning on pushing the unit --just want to get out into the woods and desert.
Thanks a heap