What has changed is the rebuilt carb, that is where I would start. You can always check the belt for slippage and rather easy to replace.
For starters don't use an impact wrench on the primary nut!Ok, I’ve never had a primary apart before any tips/ anything I should look out for?
Have you noticed the if the reverse light is coming on when the speed tops out?Hello all,
I’ve got an 02 grizzly 660, it runs great (below 30mph) idles great hot or cold. Races right up to 30mph and then it will start cutting out. Intermittently maybe 25% of the time it’ll run right up to 45 and I’d assume more but that’s all I’ve gotten it up too. The carb was recently rebuilt, along with a valve adjustment. I’m wondering if it’s not getting enough fuel or if I got a clutch issue. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
Once the entire job is done the belt must be all the way up the secondary sheave. Very important!Well I got the primary apart not much for grease in there. Someone previously described it as tar and that’s what I’d call it too. cleaned it all up and greased it up. It’s all back together hopefully can get out to the trails this afternoon and test it out. Also have not noticed a blinking reverse light but if the problem persist I will look for that