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  1. So with a bad o ring what occurs? The rocker arms don’t get the oil they need? You burn up the oil down the valve seals?
  2. Can someone tell me what the purpose of the O-Ring is that’s under the valve cover where the oil delivery happens from down below up into the head? Trying to understand why is there a o-ring there, isnt the whole point to deliver oil up into the head so what is the o-ring sealing?
  3. Do you have a part number for these pads? What you do, remove the caliper after every ride?
  4. How many miles per set? what pads you using? 2 years for a set seems very reasonable.
  5. The 450 has front Disc Brakes which are worn out. The setup are Quadtrax type that appears to be a spin off from SuperATV. for the Canuck folks. Doing some researching online it comes back that these calipers are re-branded Wilwood. Here is the actual disc brakes. https://revco.ca/quadrax-front-disc-brake-kit-for-honda-atvs/ Caliper; https://www.wilwood.com/Calipers/CaliperList?subname=PS1 Pads: https://www.wilwood.com/BrakePads/BrakePadsList?padtype=4108 Anyone recommend some brake pads that will last? I see these style with these 1 rabbit ear like connection all over the place from $10 a pair to $100 a pair...
  6. Sealed up the airbox joints and decided may as well put a new filter in it. Top lid o used like a electric grease filled the void and then put the cover on. I don’t intent to go into water to that level but it never hurts. Also scored a OEM FCU from a 02 450 for dirt cheap that actually works! So that’s installed also.
  7. Wonder if braking performance would be any different / better with them at the rear?
  8. What's that mean for me @jeepwm69? Swap em or leave them as is?
  9. Yah I'll have to flip them. My Bleeders are on top now. Worst is I just bled and flushed the oil fluid and brakes about a month ago.. lol
  10. I dont have the instructions for this setup, it was installed when I got the bike. But I think I've seen photos of them being mounted where they are lol on others as well. So you guys are saying mine are installed wrong? Ill have to flip it over..
  11. Interesting on the location of your calipers, my kit (Quadtrax) Canadian spin off from SuperATV the calipers sit towards the front half of the rotor/bike....
  12. That was my intended idea and understanding of it. I wouldn't cut into the existing wiring either I would just simply put a switch inline and add those barrel connectors and potentially the switch could be removed from the equation in the future with the exception of where the switch gets mounted and a hole drilled, lol. @retro or @Melatv thoughts?
  13. That was my intended idea and understanding of it. I wouldn't cut into the existing wiring either I would just simply put a switch inline and add those barrel connectors and potentially the switch could be removed from the equation in the future with the exception of where the switch gets mounted and a hole drilled, lol. @retro
  14. Gotcha. But taping into the blue wire lead, it would still be keyed and only function if bike is on. Because grounding the blue wire out the fan wont run unless you have key ON?
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