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  1. I've seen this just I didn't want to take the risk of it because it also shows a picture of the OEM lightbulb and I didn't know if that was basically what they were going to send 😅 I'll probably get these and a small lightbar or pod like TBRider said. Thank you for helping me look for one of these though, much appreciated!
  2. I normally don't ride with people, but you kinda need brighter lights where I live because it's hard for people to see you and people like to go fast on this road. Only one light is working right now and even with both of the lights, you can barely see 5 foot in front of you, so that's not very ideal for making sure there's no deer or bear in front of you (or people walking). Also I've been somewhat thinking about getting accessory lights but I don't really have the time for the wiring and the fabrication of the mounts. Also for the LEDs you don't have to modify anything, it's basically the same as the OEM.
  3. Alright, well I'm posting this on here cause yet again, the suzuki forums ain't responding (I like this community a lot more, I should probably just buy a honda at this point lol). But I need to buy new lights for my quadrunner, preferably LED ones but I can only find the ones with connections like this (first link) and the ones on the quadrunner are like this (second link). I was wondering if these would still work or not. https://www.amazon.com/SHENKENUO-Motorcycle-Headlight-1500LM-Yamaha/dp/B08N5XZG4D/ref=sr_1_6?crid=36KU69W1T372C&keywords=Led+lights+for+suzuki+quadrunner&qid=1649463227&sprefix=led+lights+for+suzuki+quadrunner%2Caps%2C59&sr=8-6 https://www.ebay.com/itm/294095646377?chn=ps&_trkparms=ispr%3D1&amdata=enc%3A1ekke-Yz9Rr6RNeSZIKCbqw68&norover=1&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-117182-37290-0&mkcid=2&itemid=294095646377&targetid=1644837435763&device=c&mktype=&googleloc=9006554&poi=&campaignid=16743749222&mkgroupid=138744546207&rlsatarget=pla-1644837435763&abcId=9300842&merchantid=6324134&gclid=Cj0KCQjwgMqSBhDCARIsAIIVN1WAow05a75gjZv4p9JzEwtSr8kFyqsAVNVI8M2reN2N6Xm6IJROwhsaAjXSEALw_wcB (Also I'm not planning on buying those exact LED lights, just that one shows the connection points the best.)
  4. Also I just said "screw it" and I bent the timing chain guild back in place and put everything back together. And now it runs but if you rev it up it has some timing chain rattle so I'm just not gonna even try to use it. And I found out that it sounds extremely loud (louder than expected) and sounds horrible without a muffler, I just decided to leave it off for the ! and giggles
  5. Absolutely no idea what caused it. When it happened I was barely in the throttle so its not like it had an extreme load on it or anything. Heck, I used to move a truck around with it with no issues.
  6. I'm sorry it took me so long to respond, I've been extremely busy. I've gotten the time to take off the stator side cover off and this is what I found. The time chain guild was also very twisted up. The oil has a little bit of dirt and debris on it because it was very muddy out the last time it was used so that got into the oil some. It also seemed very low on oil somehow, I had everything sealed up properly so I have no clue how it was leaking, I didn't even see any oil marks from where I had it parked. 20220312_231414.mp4
  7. It still will not turn over, I will probably take of the subtransmission side tomorrow
  8. Well I do know that when I first got it running it was very rich but I leaned it out some so there might've been left over gas in the oil maybe? I mean someone might've sabotaged me but I would have no clue why. This town is an extremely nice town and I don't have any problems with anyone. I do remember seeing some dirt bike tracks on my property the other day but I doubt they were the ones who put water in my oil because there was no tracks near my quad. Also I tore the head off last night, and everything looked fine. The piston had a little extra deposits on it, but that was when it was first running and it was very rich. Everything else seems fine, there's no up and down play in the piston, it stopped at BTD and the cylinder walls looked fine, no scratches or anything. Edit: And the valves were seated perfectly, they weren't bent, and it stayed in time.
  9. I only have 1 neighbor and he lives like 2 miles away and he's the nicest person I've ever met. It's still air cooled and no I didnt go through any water, it did rain recently but I had it covered with a tarp. I made sure I put gasket sealer and gaskets on everything I took off too. The oil was fresh so I have no clue how it turned white. And the weird part is, it was mostly at the oil cap. I drained the oil and it seemed grey, not pure white. But at the cap it was pure white
  10. Well, I got it running perfectly 3 days ago, rode it here and there, not much or hard. And I was cruising down a hill going 25mph in 4th gear barely on the throttle, and then it randomly sputters and shuts off. This always used to happen with 4th and 5th gear if you're in that gear for to long, I believe 90% of 300 king quads are like that so I wasn't worried. I gave it a minute and I tried to start it again and it sounded wayyy off, it was barely starting and it would only stay running if I kept on the starter. So I decided to put the choke on, and then try again... well I tried again and it wouldn't even turn over, not even with the pull start. I got it towed back to my house and I took the oil cap off, and it was pure white. And it's air cooled so there's no way it could be coolant. I had everything perfectly sealed up so how would water even get in there? It obviously blew up already and I'm just done with it.
  11. No I have not, I've owned it for about 7 years now and only really used it for about 3. The carb is 100% original, the guy who gave us it wasn't really into doing carbs and such. I believe he tried to take it apart once but he stripped the bolts. I was able to get the bowl off, and so far I got the main jet and what I believe to be the pilot jet. There's a middle jet that is completely seized in there and I can't get it out, but both of the jets were completely clean.
  12. Its definitely running rich, so I guess I'll take the carb off for the fourth time and figure out what's up. I feel like it could be what jeepwm69 said or the pilot jet might be clogged so all the gas is going through the main jet? 20220227_134755.mp4
  13. Also when I turn the idle all the way up, it doesn't even change rpm, same for all the way down.
  14. Looks like I might have to take the carb apart then because this is probably what's happening...
  15. I'm truly at a lose for words? I tried it just now, and it didn't work, but randomly it worked and I went to adjust the idle because it was way to low and then it shut off and then I turned it back on (it didn't want to start at first) went back to the extremely high idle. Then I decided to give it some manual choke (hand slightly over the intake) and it idled down but when I went to go rev it a little, it just died. Then I decided to take out the spark plug to see if that had any signs of if it was running rich or lean... and when I took it out it was covered in soot. Like I rubbed my finger across it lightly and it instantly looked cleaner. I'm at a complete lose of words and I have no clue why it's doing this. When I had the carb off, I adjusted the A/F screw to about 1 and a half turns, I believe it was at about 2 and a half. I want to adjust the A/F again but it's at the bottom of the carb and you can't get to it unless you take it off which is ! to put back on. (Also when I rev it up in general, it sometimes stays at that rpm for a few seconds without lowering in rpm? That's without the manual choke.)
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