Then I went to to ride it the other day. And now it’s missing and seems to be on one cylinder below 4k rpm. Above that it runs fine and idles fine. Even at times the throttle hangs high for a few seconds then comes back down. Even does it in neutral or park…
Now I’m hearing a clanking in the front diff. It’s not very loud . But it’s there…
Uggghhh, I’m getting so frustrated with this…
I currently have a full set of Can-Am Aluminum Skid Plates on my Commander. They have held up great except for some minor dents but that is just the name of the game. I’m looking into getting some skid plates for my Outlander Max 1000 as it is ridin extremely hard. The Richochets seem to protect more in the rear axle boots and front A-Arms but I’m worried about hitting something and having them bend into the boots, thats why the can-ams have the little plastic protector for the CV boots. What is your opinion. What holds up better? I do mostly fast paced woods racing through rocks, mud, ruts, hills, dirt, jumps, water, fields, roads, you name it I hit it….. hard. I unfortunately have stock suspension but might be getting some used FOX Podium Suspension. Thanks for your input! Also what thickness is the can-am skids?
Also, Can-Am has drain holes in their a-arms. I ride extremely fast and often a lot of stuff gets in the a-arms. The Richochet does not have drain holes. I’m worried about getting something stuck up in there and ripping my boot open. Is it possible to run the Richochet Frame skid plates and the Can-Am A-Arm and CV Protectors? Or would they not fit together?
I bought my atv in camo mainly because I think it holds up better than other colors for scratcher so adding color to the bumpers doesn’t bother me for hunting (dear don’t see color). I have machined beadlocks coming that I’d like to power coat the same color I do the bumpers. I’m a black & yellow and black and orange type of guy but not sure how those colors would look with camo (I’m thinking the right orange might). Anyways if you have something different looking please add a photo.
Preferably 27’s as that’s what I’m looking to get.
My riding is really all over here in Maine. Sometime putting around the property, riding trails up north and other times really backwoods terrain and some very muddy areas.
So many tires I’ve burned myself out on looking for my outlander and just want to see what other people are running.
I have a wore out clutch. I put in new sliding pucks but the grooves on the other half are quite deep. I am currently saving for a cvtech to replace this…prob 6 months time. In the mean time should I have the grooves machined down?