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There should be an adjusting screw on the throttle cable housing on the handlebars.Thanks you for asking and I hope it helps.Please leave me a 4 thumbs up.

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I have 1999 Polaris Sportsman 500. Just replaced the carb, but now it will not start or run. I've adjusted the idle screw, etc. Ideas?


Adjust idle and mixture screws to default positions - start it and then make the necessary adjustments. Idle speed, low and high speed mixture settings if applicable..

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2001 rancher 350trx atv. Runs good but no take off power. Give all the gas it hardly goes but when it gets up to speed its pretty fast. Why no take off power on 350cc honda


Could be a handful of things; 2 that you could check and let me know what the outcome is will narrow it down -

1. When was the last clutch replacement done on the bike if any? When your clutch starts to go - one of the symptoms is loss of power at take off.

Here's something you can do and I believe the 350 had a basket as well as a centrifugal clutch if you have an adjustment - there should be a nut on a stud on the front cover of the engine. Front Housing is what it's called. You can't miss the stud - it's on the engine cover that faces forward. That's your clutch adjustment. Hold the stud stationary and loosen the nut - should be a 10 or 12mm - once the nut is backed off - loosen the stud - then go counter clockwise slowly until you start to feel resistance - once you feel resistance - go forward about a 1/4 turn.

That's a standard clutch adjustment for multiple makes & models especially the Foreman, etc. I've got a 2000 TRX450 and that's the clutch adjustment*. If this atv has the hondamatic - or no clutch adjustment stud/nut - I'd pull that front cover off and check the tolerance on your centrifugal clutch.

2. - every 6 months or 500 hours they recommend you check and adjust your valves as needed. No one does it and the valves get out of whack. What could possibly be happening - your valves need adjustment - when you start the bike and until it's really warmed up performance will suffer. Once they bike warms up, heat makes everything expand - and if you're on that threshold - you'll run terrible at first/better as the valves warm up. You'll see this play out everytime you get on it and it hasn't been running in 20 hours.

Could be a carb issue as well, your idle and slow jets could be getting clogged up. Or your pilot screw's o-ring is shot and you're drawing too much air at idle/slow speeds and evens out under demand. Once that happens - you'll probably idle okay/nothing great - putting around will be about the same - but when you're on full throttle your carb pulls from a different jet. Each jet has a job - idle jet, slow jet, fast jet, - if you haven't cleaned the inside of that carb out in awhile - now is the time to do it - if nothing else, you'll have a clean carb and you'll have that knocked off your list.

These aren't the only causes by far - there's a flow chart attached/it's from an 04 TRX400 - Same rules apply. I didn't touch on electrical - but if you check on the things above/need any tips going through the flow chart, etc. feel free to shoot me a message. Glad to help if possible.


All The Best, Justin Lee, 17 South Industries, LLC
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Will idle & run at slow speeds, bogs down at higher speed.


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Will idle & run at slow speeds, but bogs down at higher speeds.


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2001Rfz4 e-ton 50cc rascal atv what is the dial on the back of the cdi box


It's a SPEED LIMITER ADJUSTER the higher the number the faster it will go.

Jun 05, 2015 | ATVs

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Adjust idle


!. New spark plug
2. New or CLEAN air filter
3. CLEAN and properly set carb.
4. Air screw should be about 2 turns out AFTER lightly seating.
5. Adjust idle speed to your liking, but not too high.
6. Refinement is made with 1/4 turns of the air screw.

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No 4 wheel drive


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Four wheeler


Could be a CV axle if worse when turning tight it's a front sounds like a rear tho.

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