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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-05-2001, 08:50 AM
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quad getting engine pulled.

like my busted ass piece of junk quad? im pullin the motor today and then i wait for my 530cc engine.




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the pictures arnt coming up for me....what quad frame are you putting it in?

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polaris 250 frame.

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Re: quad getting engine pulled.

that almost looks like a warrior. What kind of quad is it? Explain more about what you are doing.

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Re: quad getting engine pulled.

it is a 98 polaris trailblazer 250. i have been having no luck holding a top end in it do this was the 4th time it blew, and i was gonna buy a block, but this time i messed up the rod,crank, cylindar, and case so its time to ditch the engine. i found an artic cat 530 for 900 bucks. so thats whats going in it i guess.








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time for the new engine to go in.

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Re: quad getting engine pulled.

dude if you are going through top ends that fast you must have an air leak somewhere..or the jetting is way off...but hey an engine that big should be intersting let us know if it stays on the ground!

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Re: quad getting engine pulled.

my high compression head was doing it. iwas running a 310 mikuni main jet in the flatslide 38mm

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do you sill have that pipe for sale? I have a 2000 trailblazer that I would like to pipe

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Re: quad getting engine pulled.

how do you figure the head was doing it?? I would like that one explained...cuz i think im missin sumfin there....

that looks to me like a complete blow..which means ya may be runnin the wrond plug for the bike....i would venture to say you put a shaved head on it....and running premium gas...but what plug?? and ur running 310 jet...but what mods do you have done to it? I have 310s in my shee....with a bunch of mods....



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