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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-07-2004, 03:43 PM
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2001 Suzuki King Quad

Anyone have any experience with the king quad?? just looking for stories or do's and dont's..
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-09-2004, 02:32 PM
 
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Re: 2001 Suzuki King Quad

The old king quad was a great utility machine. There was even a magazine that named it one of decades best back in 02'; the last year they made it.

Make sure it has the aftermarket fan on it. Being strictly air cooled, it needs a little more volume of air.

They are definately stable, low geared and probably out pull anything.

The down fall to them, really under powered for riding in high range. However, in super low and diff lock it will walk up a wall.

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post #3 of (permalink) Old 12-09-2004, 04:11 PM
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Re: 2001 Suzuki King Quad

Hey Jesse, maybe you could help me out. Today i went down to ride and it started up just fine, i rode it down the drive way and on the way back it started to sputter, when i stopped it died, i thought it was out of gas, i put gas in, then when i restarted it, it was hard to start and white smoke was coming out of the tailpipe, and it would not idle , my dad said that it may be a float or something not right in the carburetor, but i dont know.. anyone have any ideas.. by the way its still the same 2001 king quad..

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Re: 2001 Suzuki King Quad

those machines had a tendency to get really hot. Make sure it's not allowing oil to pass by the rings.

You may have a bad set of rings. Spendy. Keep a close eye on your oil level. If you are burning a lot, that is probably what is going on.

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