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Torque specs 2003 arctic cat zr 900 - Winter Sports

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78 inch pounds

Posted on Nov 21, 2009

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SOURCE: need to replace my stator on 99 zr arctic cat

Remove rewind then flywheel.Lower rewind housing bolt may be a little tough to get out being its on the bottom.Flywheel needs to removed with standard 3-bolt puller and may make a load pop when comes loose.Housing around stator needs to be removed,4 allen bolts hold this in place.Do not install flywheel until stator housing is bolted back in place.After you removed everything be sure to check and see if hood harness was routed under rewind housing because in the past a few had the wires smashed from engine pinching wires between stator housing and main frame.Best place to buy stator from is Dennis Kirk,$213,just did one on my 99 ZL600.

Posted on Jan 16, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 96 arctic cat zr 580 efi that runs good

Remove handle bar cover,find 3 wires that come out of the right side throttle,follow them down to where they get just about under the cowling and disconnect them there.Find a wire to jump the 2 outside wires of connector and plug harness back together.This will disable your throttle saftey switch which is most likely the cause of your problem.The center wire is for the kill button on top of bars.

Posted on Jan 23, 2010

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SOURCE: 94 arctic cat jag 440 engine torque spec

Head torque is 18 to 20 ft lbs

Posted on Jan 16, 2011

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SOURCE: carburater schematics diagram for a 2004 arctic cat 300

Go to http://www.arcticcatpartshouse.com/arctic-cat-atv-parts.aspx?aribrand=ARC#/Arctic_Cat/2004_ATV_300_4X4_GREEN_MRP_%28A2004ATF4AUSS%29/CARBURETOR/A2004ATF4AUSS/A2004ATF4AUSR.

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