Hi Joyner Gang
New to the Joyner group. I'm making long travel for the 1100 Sand viper. I'm trying to make something that will work as well or even better than the RZR Rino etc. At this time the front has 14" travel rear has 16" of travel. Still developing the suspension. comets are welcome. Ask questions and I will get back to the Forum
SSV WORKS HIRES LONG TIME INDUSTRY SPECIALIST, LORIN MORRELL AS SSV WORKS CORPORATE RELATIONS REPRESENTATIVEBy UTVBoard News
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Also Compatible With 2nd Gen T-2 & T-4 Models (2012-CURRENT) HCR Racing is reviving the reliable Teryx for 2016. With an added 3.5" of wheelbase, the Teryx can now run 32â tires andslide over obstacles in style.
TRAVEL & DESIGN
4130Heat-treated, billet balljoint receivers are used instead of tubing foradded strength and multiple weld points; eliminating a potential weak point onthe Arm. A J-arm mounting style of the lower shock allows for longerstroke shocks and more travel. This +5" kit adds 10â of overall trackwidth and 3.5â inches of wheel base for better handling, stability andoverall performance. Additional clearance has been added to front andrear arms. Achieve overall performance gains with 15+ inches of travel onall four corners; almost double compared to factory 8â of travel. Approach angles have been re-designed intothe catacomb boxed arms for less surface attraction and friction.
The 2016 T-4 Kit has been designed with the HCR eliteMaterial, enabling kits to be 25% lighter than initial design. Thiscustom alloy is 30% stronger in yieldand tensile strength than 4130 Series Chromoly and hardened for wearresistance. HCR took the indestructible to the next level allowing pocketingand material removal without reducing strength. All kits are fiber lasercut and CNC bent for accuracy and precise fit and finish. Each arm is hand TIGwelded by seasoned craftsmen for strength and aesthetics.
HCR Raceseries Kings are included with every HCR T-4 Kit. These shocks include King'swide range compression adjusters standard. Allowing up to 30% adjustmentproviding the ability to precisely adjust compression from super soft tosuper firm with the simple twist of a knob. The clearly marked knob offers 20 positive clicks of finely tuned adjustment. You can soften your ride whenjust cruising or firm up the compression when hammering rough terrain orcarrying additional payload. Youâll have the ultimate in performance regardlessof your pursuit.
RCV axles are now included with everyKawasaki T-4 kit. HCR has been working closely with RCV to provide thestrongest axle options on the market; boasting twice the strength of a Factoryaxle and featuring rolled splines compared to the standard cutspline. RCV's Revolutionary axle shaft design provides the strength,smoothness, and reliability you need to power through the most demanding offroad conditions.
+5â Over kit adding 10â of overall track width
15â of travel
3.5â of added wheelbase; enabling use of a 32â tire
Manufactured with HCR Elite Material. This Custom Alloy Boasts 30% stronger tensile & yield strength compared to 4130 series Chromoly.
Custom Valved King HCR Pure Race Series Shocks.
CNC bent for accuracy
Laser Cut construction for precise fit and finish
CNC 4130 billet mounting points for increased integrity
RCV Axles 4340 Series Chromoly
Added ground clearance to front and rear arms
Compression Adjusters allowing 30% adjustment for all terrains and driving styles.
High Clearance Boxed A-Arm Design providing increased ground clearance and strength
Each piece is hand tig welded for strength and aesthetics
OEM balljoints to maximize lowspeed steering, ease & smooth travel with lessmaintenance
100% Bolt-oninstallation using factory mounting points
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2007 Joyner 650 Sand Spider, has carburetor leak out of intake after sitting for a long time, I was going to take it off the intake manifold, but found that nuts are real hard to get to, started to think I need to remove it with the intake manifold, but not sure about the gaskets, I do not have any, so this may turn into a problem I don't want, but the gas is just pouring out as fast as the fuel pump can pump it, I was hoping it would stop after a while, as if maybe the float was stuck, and that gas flow would free it up, but no such luck today, maybe tomorrow I will try it again, so my question is has anyone deal with this issue, and is there an easier way to fix this?
Should I buy a gasket kit before starting this, do I take the carb apart and clean it, if so will I need a kit to put it back together?
Not sure what carb is on here, besides the stock one, I have no manual that tells me what it is, XIANGLI UU276M CSHI0E GO4 is all I can find on it, and the letters are real funky, like they were written by hand with an electric scribe.