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  1. Important Information
    I accidentally left the key in the ON position for the entire week. I tried starting it and no luck. I unhooked the battery put in on a charger. The charger said that the battery was fully charged. I hooked the battery back up to the quad and tried to start it. No luck. Also the neutral light...
  2. Wanted
    Just bought a 450 today and noticed the battery was held in by zip ties. Anyone have a battery cover they can part with?
  3. Problem Solved!
    I have a 2008 LTR-450 that I just bought recently. I haven't really rode it much but the other day I noticed the bike was hot and the fan never turned on. I kept riding and then then the bike stalled out on me, I tried turning the key to fire it up again but the lights weren't working, they...
  4. General Discussion
    New to the group, so thanks for the add for starters! I have a 2007 ltr 450 that I just recently purchased. I would only kind of somewhat try to start, (cranked reallly slow) so naturally I charged the batter which didn't solve the problem. Bought a new battery which didn't solve it either, so...
  5. Engine/EFI/Drivetrain
    Not exactly a 4-Stroke guy to start off with. Anyways, got this quad a month ago. Happy with it but I know I should begetting better starts than I have been. Cold, it starts in a good 2-4 seconds or so. (good in my eyes) Now, after it's been ridden, (warm/hot) it takes anywhere from 5-15...
  6. Engine/EFI/Drivetrain
    OK, I have a 06 Ltr45o. Heres the problem, I was riding and all the sudden it stalls out, so i get it back to the shop and jump it, and it runs fine hooked up to jumper cables. So i got a new battery, and it rode fine for about a week of occasional riding, then i go on a ride and it stalls...
  7. Engine/EFI/Drivetrain
    06 ltr450:rock: with air box lid removed, baffle out, and cherrybomb. I had a problem with my quad charging in the past and it was the voltage regulator, when i put the new regulator in everything was fine and charging about 14.2 volts at idle and went up with rpm increase it never hit more...
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