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i own a 1991 suzuki 250 4-wheeler i have noticed it has lost a lot of power, any suggestions, other than geting a new one?

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  • i own a 1991 suzuki 250 4-wheeler i have noticed it has lost a lot of power, any suggestions, other than geting a new one?

    i own a 1991 suzuki 250 4-wheeler i have noticed it has lost a lot of power, any suggestions, other than geting a new one?

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    Start with some carb cleaner in with the gas. Also see if you have a fuel filter and replace that. My honda has an air cleaner too but I know not all 4 wheelers do so if that one does clean that up. If it still doesn't have the power you might take it in for a mechanic to go through, but it may be cheaper to get a new one than to do that.

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    • #3
      I take my Honda 250 to a local motorsports mechanic.I can get a good tune up for around $100.00.This includes oil change,spark plug change,adjust the valves,etc.I do this about once a year and it does wonders for my quad.

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      • #4
        FIX IT!!!!!!

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        • #5
          go buy a honda rancher 420 fuel injected like i did

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          • #6
            go buy a honda rancher 420 fuel injected like i did

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            • #7
              I'm not sure what you mean by losing power, is there a throttle or electrical issue? regardless, probably a fuel tune up and oil change is in order. be sure to change your filters and fluids from time to time.

              Other than that you might try cleaning disassembly and cleaning anywhere with Carbon buildup

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