Quadrogic: 70$ carb on Honda foreman 450 worked fine
Austin Lawson: was the electronic shift good on this bike
karissa price: I got the engine fluid filled but it wasn't the same it is black he other was blue does this matter?
karissa price: I have the same four wheeler it seems to die out as I ride and it takes about 10 mins to start again than I will go for about 1 mile than the same thing happens again it will just shut down as I'm driving any advice please reply
karissa price: Hey
Grady Parker: i got the same carb from ebay, question i have is are there any vacuum lines that need to be routed, or are they vent lines. my trx 350fe was bought with out a working carb.
alex isaacs: The one thing I wanted to see was how to connect the choke cable to the carb.....(is there a pin that connects them?)
Brainer Fallas Arias: Hello, I like this tutorial, I would appreciate if you told me what the name of the store where you buy the parts for this ATV. greeting
G_MONEY _NO9: That looked easy
Teresa Whaley: how do u disconnect the throttle cable and reconnect it? please and thanks
Gnome2112: Thanks for this video. It helped give me the confidence to do this myself. I had one issue after the install that really confused me for a while. After putting everything back together the motor ran for only a few seconds before quitting. I thought the idle was set incorrectly, but when I pulled the spark plug I realized that it wasn’t getting any spark. So that led me to the 10 amp ignition fuse that had blown. I looked for nicks on the wires that might cause a short, but couldn’t find any. I replaced the fuse and then I disconnected the carburetor heater plug and it started right up. So I replaced the carb heater from on the new Chinese carb with the carb heater from the old carb and now it works great.
Sub servience: my trx 350 has a tought time starting in warm weather (it shakes and quits) do you know why this is happening. BTW it does run very good when warm
cm: I love these tutorial repair/restoration ATV videos! It's a shame we ever sell any of our rides and can't hoard them all in our garage. :(
cubbeezx: I would try running some carb cleaner through it first. Maybe your fuel screw adjustment needs some tweeking?
cubbeezx: Great purchase, smart fellow Canuck!
jeb721: Awesome! On it.
I forgot to mention I did just buy a battery tender for it. thanks for the quick reply!
cubbeezx: Thanks! Should be fine covered up. You might need to take out the battery though or keep a battery "tender/charger" on it. They can freeze. We've always kept ours outside with a cover on and they've been fine. We have a whole playlist of our Honda TRX 350's, might find a few "test" rides in there! Thanks for watching and commenting.
jeb721: Dude wheres the test ride!?
Love your vids, been watching for awhile! Just a quick question. I live in Yellowknife,, I have a 2007 420 Rancher (FI), and it gets down to -50 here some times, do you think she will be fine out side under a cover all winter? I don't have a garage and I don't think it will hurt anything as I wont run it from dec-mar as its just to effin cold. It looks like you store yours out side so I just wanted to ask ya if ya had any problems maybe, restarting it in the spring.
cubbeezx: Not too sure, maybe a broken motor mount or cracked frame? I really don't know.
Jacob Booth: I have a 2011 honda rubicon 500 it was wrecked and needs a new front bumper and top rack, the frame is not bent, but when it idles, the entire fourwheeler shakes pretty bad, why is this happening?