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the quad runs great and idles good in 1st and second ear, but once i go full throttle in 3rd 4th and 5th gear it starts to bog down and bang until i let off the gas, if i gently ease into the gas it accelerates great and i can get it to full throttle. i just bought it and as far as i know it only has an hmf exhaust
i have tried cleanin the carb and just beating it to see if it gets better, thanks for the help
 

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sound like a jetting problem
 

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Yes, just as Tyler said it sounds like it could be a jetting problem. Also check the intake as it sounds like it may not be getting enough air. Are you running stock filter, with or without lid?


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i tired it one night with the cover for the airbox off, it ran like total crap it would not let me rev after first gear and would barely moove, there are little black plugs on the cover i removed - 6 of them after thatit ran a tiny bit better. as of right now it is sitting in my garage because the key wiring is messed up or something and the lights, the neutral light and nothing wants to power on.
 

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so i think maybe the guy before me may have put a bigger jet in it already. it backfires after rev in neutral and still the sputtering problem, i have to rebuild my carb anyway and im going to try the jets that came in my new rebuild kit when i get it running to see if that helps.
 

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That’s a good place to start. Jets should tell a lot about the situation. Also consider an aftermarket filter, even the cheap Uni foam filters for $30 make a noticeable difference. Will run better with the pipe too.


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If you took the airbox off (introducing more air) and it ran much worse, then I’d say you need more fuel (either need a bigger main or a restriction somewhere in fuel delivery). Let us know what jets you have in there to compare with the jetting database.
 

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Looks to me like you need DynoJet 145 main and 22.5 pilot, mixture screw 2.5 turns out, and using stock needle or adjustable needle on 3rd clip.

Not sure what the “80” you have is, but it isn’t the pilot.
 

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The 80 is the starter jet, i think, we just ignore that.
 

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ok guys, i made a quick temporary fix until i get the money to buy a jet kit, there are some holes in the airbox and i blocked off most of them with duct tape and the thing is running beautifully, it goes through every gear wide open with not a single sputter at all and it has Way more power. i have also found the problem of why the key wasnt working. there is a green connector and the clip broke off allowing the connection to come undone, i used a little hot glue and put it in the connector and its in there now, and i also fixed the starter button being goofy, before you would have to wiggle the wires to get it to work. it just so happens there is a little black connector box and one of the wires was loose and about to fall out. i shoved it back in and taped the box and that is working great too now. the last issue im having is that there is gas in the oil, i checked the oil the other day and it came pouring out for a little and it reeked of gas. i read online that the petcock is messed up and gas is going into the vacumn line. it said to plug off the lines and all should be well. if you have any recommendations please reply them to me and thanks for the advice
 

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The gas could be from the petcock, but usually it's the needle and seat or the O ring under it. If you are going to mess with the petcock, just get a genuine Raptor petcock for it, and block off the vacuum port at the carb.
 

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The gas could be from the petcock, but usually it's the needle and seat or the O ring under it. If you are going to mess with the petcock, just get a genuine Raptor petcock for it, and block off the vacuum port at the carb.
i rebulit the carb so i dont think it is that, ill try a new petcock
 
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