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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-03-2019, 05:20 PM Thread Starter
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New Rhino Owner 2007 660 running rough

Sorry for the request in help but I'm a new utv owner this 2007 Rhino 660 is the first one we ever had. Mostly us it to feed livestock and check fencing so I'm not a big recreational rider.

Having a issue when I hammer the accelerator. It bogs out and honestly dont know what it can be. I'm not a mechanic and dont want to lie to you.

I have a short video of it just have to figure out how to upload.

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Ha got it to work
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Kinda sounds like fuel starvation. Pop the fuel line off at the carb and do a fuel flow check. Not exactly sure what the flow rate should be, but a steady strong pulse is what to look for.
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The fuel flow is going to be very weak so don't expect a lot there

I would take the boot off the front of the carb, crank it up and rev the crap out of it and make sure the slide is going up all the way, if not investigate a leak on the diaphragm. The pedal controls a butterfly behind the vacuum slide.
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Mother nature is not working well with me today with all this rain. I'll get out there as soon as it gives me a break. I can tell you the rhino has an aftermarket electric fuel pump. Anyways I'll go to out there and video what I do, hopefully I'm doing it right lol.

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Sorry for no updates mother nature and her storms have put troubleshooting, hay cutting, and crap load of other stuff on hold.

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Sorry for no updates mother nature and her storms have put troubleshooting, hay cutting, and crap load of other stuff on hold.

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Wait a minute. We're talkin about get a Rhino back to life - stinking weather shouldn't be a deterrent!
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Lol one day I'll have a pretty shop to work on it in.....

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