I have a Rural King version of the Hisun Sector 250 with about 75 miles and 15 hours on it. It just started being difficult to start and idle. But if I hold in on the gas a little it will start and run until I left off. It also runs good and will run good until I stop then it idles for a few seconds then quits. Its about 4 months out of warranty. Battery voltage is fine before, during, and after starting. Oil is clean and clear. Gas is fresh. I can hear the fuel pump spool up when I turn the key to actually start it, not when I turn it to the on position though like on most other UTV's I have owned. Its really odd and has me perplexed. The only other thing that I have noticed is that the engine temp indicator on the left side of the dash only indicates one bar regardless of how warm the engine is. Other than that, it runs great. Just hard to start and won't idle. Any suggestions? It has me perplexed.
Hey. I recently got a used Polaris Ranger 570, and I’ve noticed if I let off the gas going down a hill, after about 5-10 seconds, it kicks out of gear or free wheels. Is this normal? It’s kind of annoying imo, since you have to hold your brake so much more. Also, is it bad to leave it in 2wd Diff Lock? I have turf mode, but like to keep it in diff lock because I climb some pretty steep hills frequently. Is it bad to engage/disengage diff lock/4wd while moving or in a pull? Thanks
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By Dale Linton
Hey guys new to the forum! Upgraded my old 800 to a 900s and decided to part out my 800. Have a few items laying in the garage and didn’t know if they could get someone back on the trail!!!! I have..
good rear end
and good secondary clutch
all parts came from a 2011 rzr 800 with 1800 miles. Have pics of odometer and video of it running .thanks for looking
By Tobe Long
I have a 2019 RZR Turbo S 4, and have been loving it since I bought it in May. Now, I am beginning to wonder how well it will hold up under hard driving over the long term. I would describe my driving style as aggressive, but always with the cost of repairs in the back of my mind. I live in Utah, so I love hitting the Little Sahara dunes and rock crawling in Moab. I have put about 500 miles total on it, and just blew my first belt which had about 300 miles on it. This happened just as I got to the top of Sand Mt. in my stock vehicle. I'm looking for any recommendations (maintenance or upgrades) for drive train and suspension that will make my vehicle more reliable and reduce long term repair/replacement costs. Are belt temp gauges worth it? How are other owners doing with belt life? OEM vs. aftermarket belts? Anyone had to deal with rebuilding the Fox Live Valve Dynamix shocks yet? I hate to think about how much that might cost! I've got a week in Moab planned for the end of September and want to make sure I can hit some of the classics without worrying (too much) about breaking anything. Any info is appreciated-
2017 Can-Am Maverick X3 X™ RS Turbo R Triple Black
Just serviced and detailed.
Well maintained and looked after.
Stored in garage.
S&B Particle Separator for cleaner air and longer engine life.
Dragonfire 4 point harnesses
Flag mount & flag.
2017 Aluma 7814ST Single Heavy Axle Utility Trailer
$250 spare tire.
$75 vertical mount.
$3425 + 8% tax = $3700 new
$22,000 Maverick with trailer.
$19,500 Maverick without trailer.