I thought I read somewhere, that when replacing the clutch you can tilt the quad over to not lose oil. Not sure if this is accurate or not? Only reason I am inquiring is because I just did an oil change and would like to eliminate the need to drain and fill if possible.
And I would imagine, nothing you can do to save the coolant from running out?
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If your raptors clutch is smoked then I'd change the oil to remove the debris / fiber material that's in the oil.
Trying to skimp on maintaining / doing it the proper way just costs you more money end the end.
2003 Limited Edition Raptor
Kenz 720cc 11:1 stroker, +1 valves, Mega Cycle X-4 Cam, Sparks 6x Big Core, Keihin 35mm FCR's. 158 mains, 52 pilots, fuel screws 2 turns out.
F.A.S.T. Dune Ported 4mill, CPI Inframes, Keihin PWK33's, Direct Drive Lockup. 158 mians, CEL needles second clip, #48 pilots, air scews 2.0 turns out.