Iam putting together a 95 trail boss 250. Just put a top end kit in it and was wondering how this engine is prevented from over heating. there is no fan that i can see ?? Hope this doesn't sound too stupid. lol
It's a two stroke for one thing.If there is a fan it would be up in the front of the engine.That's where mine is. I saw another guy with one like mine that removed the fan because it ran all the time killing his battery.
thanks for the info guys, I have another question, does anyone have a carb diagram that shows where the small lines should go ? there is a small size tube hanging from the top of the oil reservoir that is not connected to anything.
I've got a 96 Explorer 4x4 that the front eccentric is torn from the mounting. Not sure what failed.
Eccentric bearings spin freely, 4x4 was working fine. Worked on and driven Polaris a long time. Never seen or heard of this happening.
I have about 8hrs on this machine so far and the brakes are no different than the first ride. Solid lever but weak (IMHO) braking requiring a lot of pressure to stop. At low speeds very noticeable on slight downhill for example really have to pull the lever to slow or stop. My son's friend...
Ok, here is the skinny. I replaced the engine in my 2012 Ranger 800 crew with a re manufactured engine. The new engine came without a stator and in the process of removing the original stator. I dropped it on the floor and broke the darn thing. I ordered and installed a new stator (non polaris)...
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