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Old 05-01-2012, 02:41 PM
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Default 2009 mammoth 800

hi i just bought a 2009 kazuma mammoth 4x4 and im having a problem when i throw it in high or low and start off its really rough (like jumping and grinding ) but once i get up to like 15k/h its fine and drives normally ? what can be causing it to do that?
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Old 05-01-2012, 07:02 PM
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You can try and adjust the cable, but more than likely you have an internal issue with the clutch. Then there's another issue with the transmission needing a washer type shim. Good luck. Since my last post I have rebuilt the top end on my mammoth. I have a for sale sign too....
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Old 04-12-2013, 11:58 PM
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I am in Australia.
We have a 2012 Kazuma Mammoth 800. As soon as we recieved it we moved the radiator up into the rollcage between both seats.
Pulled all the wiring and brake lines out and ran them through sunnyhose on the top side (in the cab) of the tunnel for the drive shaft.
I have rerouted the rear brake lines to run on top of the chassis with retaining clamps.
We have cut a 12mm polythene bellyplate out to go on the underside of the chassis from the front to the front of the swing arm. We have polywelded a 12mm poly plate for the firewall up in front of driver and passenger.
We have made another bellyplate to fit to the rear swingarm.
We have modified Canam aluminium A-arm CV protectors to both front swing arms.
I have fited a uni filter to the carby and modified the centre cover to allow it to protrude.
I have wired the fan to run continuous as soon as the key is turned on.
We have moved tail lights up onto the upper rollcage.
We have welded new tiedown points in the tray, on the tray and to the rollcage.
We have fitted 10 ply tires all around.
Had a problem with the gear shift being heavy to change. Sprayed lanolin down the cable and it's like brand new now.
Had to put a new head gasket on the other day as the head bolts were all loose from factory. 30hrs of use.
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Old 04-13-2013, 12:02 AM
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Default Kazuma Mammoth CVT Clutch

I am from Australia.
Can anyone tell me where I can source a Heavy Duty Clutch kit for a Kazuma Mammoth 800. I am aware that they have a Polaris CVT system in them but what model of polaris is the exact same clutch. Does anyone also know where to access a manual for this machine as well.
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Old 10-11-2013, 03:50 PM
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Default Mammoth 800

Hello,
I bought all of the parts from Kazuma Pacific,the U.S.A Kazuma distributer.If anyone needs any parts,or help with the Mammoth UTVs I will do my best to help.I still speak to Kazuma in China and can ask the manufacturer. Thanks Jim
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Old 06-18-2014, 03:16 PM
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Default Swapping Suzuki f8b to Chevy Sprint 1000 or Geo Metro Engine???

Question: Is it possible to swap the Suzuki F8B for a whole engine from a Chevy Sprint or Geo Metro.. Is the bellhousing the same?

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Just wanted to set things straight.
The 800cc 3 cyl motor is NOT a geo motor. I was told this early on and found out that it is not true. Most parts are NOT interchangeable. THe geo is a 1000cc. THis is based on the suzuki F8B engine that is found in the Suzuki "Mighty boy" 4x4, suzuki capachino, and suzuki city baby.

You can down load the entire engine manual at buggynews.com under the above 450cc section.

Both replacement and performance parts are available for it if you know where to look, but not at your local auto parts store.

hope this helps

Chris
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Old 06-18-2014, 08:19 PM
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Default Mammoth 800

I was told that a sprint or metro engine will not fit . I have a new and used complete mammoth engines if your interested. I also have all the parts to repair your engine. You can call me at 262-210-7509 if your interested. Also, I still am in contact with the factory. Let me know if I csn help.
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Old 01-14-2017, 01:56 PM
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Anybody out there have a used Mammoth 800transmission or internal pictures it would help me out alot
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