Ya figured that out soon as you left the post on the OTHER site. Didn't look at the quad all that much till i read your post. Then noticed that the quad didn't match his signature. Plus its got the factory stickers on it.Are you talking about that post on the OTHER site? If you are that photo is of a factory suzuki bike. From what i have heard the RMZ kicker will not work. I know Cernics is working on a Kicker Kit, but it is a few months out still.
You could say that about ANY part that isn't installed properly though...could you guys explain a little more? Are you referring to compression changes or?I'd just leave it stock, messing around with Kickstarters can mess up your quad and may not let it run right.
Did you have the cam-mod done? Not trying to drill you just curious...there's definitely a major difference between kicking a 4-stroke and kicking a 2-stroke. Alot of people have troubles getting use to the changeI converted my old yfz to kickstart and immediately regretted it. That thing was so damn hard to start it wasnt even funny. And if i ever stalled it when the motor was hot, forget about getting it started for AT LEAST 15-20 minutes. Now im not saying the ltr will suffer the same fate, but all i know is that ive done the whole kick start thing and i think ill stay with e-start.
This was discussed on here some time ago...I can't remember what all was said but it was some great informatino no doubt (may be able to find it with a search or two).Seems to me that you would at least need a mechanical pump. Can someone explain how that would work out? Not sure about getting the computer booted up. That's beyond me. But getting the pressure boosted up before hand like the electric pump does now when you turn the key on might be tough.....
That article can be found here:Is there going to be a kick start version of the LT-R450?
I am pretty sure because there is a hole in the case for a kick start, but I don’t know when one will be released, and I believe that the team will be on an electric start regardless. I did find it interesting that you don’t need the battery even for the fuel injection system, so the battery can be removed.[/b]
Yeah I kinda remember the thread, but don't remember any solid info.This was discussed on here some time ago...I can't remember what all was said but it was some great informatino no doubt (may be able to find it with a search or two).
Interesting debate no doubt......