Open up the main thread on carbs an you'll see a stick on HSR carbs. You'll have to adapt the throttle cable. If your engine is stock I think you would be better off with a 42. Place a want thread on here and see if you can score one already setup for the rhino.
I just bought an 06 Rhino 660, and when I try and get it up to 17+ mph it makes a thudding noise in the exhaust and has power loss. Is it a jetting issue? It's backfired one when I was slowing down, but not much other than that. It just doesn't want to run clean at high RPM's. Any suggestions?
Hi guys. Ive recently purchased an 04 660 that jumped timing and destroyed the head and piston.
I got a 102mm 9.9:1 piston, mud buster cam, timing kit, and head. Rebuilt everything and its running and driving. Seems a bit hot, but they all do from what I understand.
The bike pulls and very...
Hi, I'm going to rebuild the carb on my Stock Rhino 450. The Rhino is used for hunting once a year and is in great shape but I had trouble getting her to idle lately.
I changed fuel filter, fresh fuel, blew out lines, checked the fuel pump, return line, changed spark plug, and even added a fuel...
I have a 06 - 660 SE that is pretty much a garage queen (dusty queen but dry and out of weather ALWAYS inside) as I don't get much time to play these days. Problem is when I want to use it getting it started is as unreliable as the dang day. I have made NO engine mods. I had gone to...
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