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Quads , Sleds, bikes and Boats Got a question or want to show off a new mod on your Quad, Snowmobile, bike or Boat? This is the place to go

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Old 05-04-2011, 03:31 PM
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Quad Mechanic?

Anyone recommend a good quad mechanic? I have a 2002 Prairie(bruteforce) 650 that needs the exhaust sealed properly(new exhaust is 1/8 larger ID than old pipe so doesn't seal) and jets changed to match pipe(although this may not need doing i can check paperwork to see what jets are in it now)

I would normally do this myself but I don't have time before may long and when doing slow trails it tends to flood itself or run lean but the end result is that it dies and takes 10s to get going again

Oh also one thing I don't want to do myself is that it wont stay in low range, I think the shift fork is bent adjusting the linkage does not help
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