There was a reply suggesting you check your valve clearances. It's a great suggestion and I wish I'd thought of it. Backfiring is often a symptom of lean mixture. Check breather hose in the fuel tank hasn't been crushed as well as float level in carbie.Hello all!
I have a '98 600 Grizzly.
Been having problems with it starting, running rough, back firing, stalling....
Rebuilt my oem carb...
Installed cheap Amazon carb, sent it back... reinstalled oem carb.
Adjusted air/fuel mixture
Changed the oil...
Checked the coil, ordered and waiting for the new coil atm...
The pickup coil checked out good...
So, I'm here to further my knowledge on this fine utility bike if mine.
Lots of information on this forum, and so far I find it a great help!
Welcome from Colorado. we need more mud riders with cameras
Welcome from Colorado.New to the forum and motor sports altogether. Bought a 2020 grizzly last summer and it’s fair to say I’m hooked on riding and researching products, mods and anything that has to do with atv’s. I’m from B.C. Canada and at the moment I’m trying to pick some new tires. Leaning towards htr’s but I’m open to any recommendations. Thanks.
I’ve already added the Yamaha front brush guard, LED light bar, powermadd sentinel hanguards and I just bought 14” KMC HD rims so now I’m looking for new tires. I’m most likely going to 27’s, leaning towards kenda htr’s in 27x9.5x14’s on all 4, so if I notice any power loss I’ll be looking to do some clutch work.Welcome from Colorado. we need more mud riders with cameras
Welcome from Colorado.
What are you wanting to change about your Griz?