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2005 Baja Motorsports Wilderness 250

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Old 12-17-2014, 10:00 PM
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Originally Posted by mywifesquad View Post
Looking forward to pics of it moving under its own power.
Agreed..
 
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Found some time to do a little work on the Quad. did some dremeling to get some of the pieces to line up in the gearcase. Installed new Bearings and seals. Reinstalled the Gearcase on the Quad.

Going to let the silicone dry overnight before trying to fill it up with Gear Oil.

Anyone know the gearcase oil capacity? There's no plug to verify.
 
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Old 01-02-2015, 09:03 PM
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More pics
 
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Installed some spare Renthal Bars I had laying around new ODI Mushroom Grips. Installed the Front Brake Lever I got off eBay. Then a quick painting of the plastics. I didn't put too much time on them as I probably could have wet sanded them before painting. I'm good with the way it looks for now.

Installed the rear engine mount and took it for a spin around the pool a couple of times. It then started to engine race, so I shut it off. Still trying to source a carburetor.
 
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Sourced a new Carb in Europe. Bought it and it will probably take a month to get but at least I found one.

In the meantime, I removed my 3 shocks and removed the springs. Painted the Shocks the same color as the plastics, and painted the Springs PlastiDip Koi Orange. The rear spring is easy to remove, but used straps to remove the fronts. Hopefully I can reassemble without messing up the new spring paint.





 
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Old 01-16-2015, 08:32 AM
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Looks good.. did you ever try to rebuild your stock carb?
 
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Old 01-16-2015, 08:43 AM
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Originally Posted by mywifesquad View Post
Looks good.. did you ever try to rebuild your stock carb?
There is no known kit out there. I've tried a couple "like" kits but none have exactly what I needed. As hard as it is to keep removing and reinstalling on this model, I've decided the only way is to replace the whole thing.
 
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Old 01-16-2015, 08:55 AM
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As long as the rubber gaskets are good it would just need to be cleaned..I have literally cleaned multiple carbs dozens of times with no new parts..if you get carb cleaner on the rubber it will grow to a insane size.. trust me on this.. or if the rubber is torn you would need a new carb/parts..


I looked back thru the pics.. no way to save that gasket..
 
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Originally Posted by mywifesquad View Post
As long as the rubber gaskets are good it would just need to be cleaned..I have literally cleaned multiple carbs dozens of times with no new parts..if you get carb cleaner on the rubber it will grow to a insane size.. trust me on this.. or if the rubber is torn you would need a new carb/parts..


I looked back thru the pics.. no way to save that gasket..
I did put a new rubber o-ring on the bowl. The kit from a Joyner was spot on as far as the o-ring but nothing else. These CV Carbs are a lot harder to work on. Plus, the float valve wasn't sealing correctly, among other things which would be part of a rebuild kit. Trust me, I've tried a couple other kits to try and get it working so "we" would have an alternative. Neither worked, instead of dishing money into the unknown, I found the one and only one out there I could find and bought it.
 

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