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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-13-2017, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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Mid range to full throttle issues

While under load going up hill if I give it gas it acts and sounds like it is loading up it hesitates is sluggish haus little response. If I hold it down all the way down it will eventually clear and accelerate, even under load. At first it was thoght bad filter, changed it. While in neutral it will freely rev. Give it light gas no issues. Any thoughts? I am thinking of pulling it tomorrow and cleaning it out.
I have never gone through this carb. Nor do I know if ir when it may have been.serviced

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-13-2017, 09:14 PM
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Could be something simple like a boot air leak. There is also a hidden air/fuel screw on the bottom which can be opened up too. After countless hours of fooling with the stock carburetor, I trashed it and added an HSR. Best money spent on my Rhino. I'm down in Anaheim every other week, so if you ever need help, shoot me a pm. Here's some links that may help.


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Thanks for the links. I am not sure what the previous owner did to this Rhino. I was told he put a big bore kit in and spent a good amount of money.

When I got it he was running a K&N and a fliter cover and an open airbox. I went and replaced all missing parts including the airbox cover. I am wondering if I by doing this have restricted the airflow and caused a loading up issue at mid throttle last night I removed the cover and ran the rhinio for a bit and it seemed to rev better and I did not get the loading up issue. So this coming weekend we will take it to Stoddard Wells and see if this made any difference.
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