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post #1 of 4 Old 05-24-2011, 06:20 PM Thread Starter
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Question brute force back firing need help

my brute force is back firing out the exhaust and the only performance parts installed on the quad right now is dynatek cdi. is there something wrong with the carb or what. any help much appreciated.
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YouTube - ‪brute froce 750 montague NJ‬‏

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2005 brute force 750 28" mudlites, itp delta, Dynatek CDI, hmf exhaust W/ quiet core, jet kit, K&N w/outer wear, epi maroon primary-almond secondary, full skids.

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I watched the vid and it sounds like it may be an exhaust leak. You might check the seals where it bolts to the heads.

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Is it a brute force common problem?

2006 brute force 750-27" mud zillas,itp delta 5" offset,Dynatek CDI,epi clutch kit= 54+56g weights-white primary-red secondary spring,full body skids,HD bumper, warn rt2500 winch.

2005 brute force 750 28" mudlites, itp delta, Dynatek CDI, hmf exhaust W/ quiet core, jet kit, K&N w/outer wear, epi maroon primary-almond secondary, full skids.

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From what I read, it is. A loose motor mount seems to be the common cause. Sometimes, installing a different pipe lets it leak if it's not tightened down good.
Just repeating what I've read on here.

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3" Center Snorks, ODI Rouge Grips, HDPE Skids
Wild Boar Radiator Relocate, Highlifter Signature 2" Lift Warn 3500 ProVantage

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DynaTek FS CDI, HMF Penland Pro,Center Snorks, HDPE Skids, Brush Guard, Aluminum Bumper
30" Mud Lights on 14" ITP SS106's, Warn RT2500
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