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11-13-2016 02:32 AM
QuadManiac
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Originally Posted by yammirappy View Post
2004 Raptor, red wire 'cut' didn't work, still sputtered, had to unplug the wire from behind the shifter and ground it.
Yes, not every quad seems to take to the red wire fix, but most do (which is what "usually" means in my post above)... do you have an aftermarket CDI?
11-13-2016 02:29 AM
QuadManiac
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Originally Posted by dabombcra View Post
I had the same issue. Had dynojets put in. Seems to have made it better

If jetting fixed your problem, it was a fuel issue, NOT the Reverse RPM limiter this thread is discussing.
11-12-2016 10:54 AM
03LimitedEditionRaptor For you guys who said that it didn't remove it, but did it significantly raise the rpm in which it kicks in?

I have an aftermarket stator that doesn't have the rotor rotation circuit (only the two pickup coil wires in the square plug). It didn't remove the reverse rev limiter but it raised the RPM in which it kicks in. I can go 1/3 to 1/2 throttle before it starts to activate.
11-12-2016 12:48 AM
dabombcra
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Originally Posted by yammirappy View Post
2004 Raptor, red wire 'cut' didn't work, still sputtered, had to unplug the wire from behind the shifter and ground it.
I had the same issue. Had dynojets put in. Seems to have made it better

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11-10-2016 01:12 PM
yammirappy 2004 Raptor, red wire 'cut' didn't work, still sputtered, had to unplug the wire from behind the shifter and ground it.
07-05-2016 03:30 AM
QuadManiac It usually does the trick... but I suggest you do it in a way that is reversible, just in case.
07-04-2016 11:41 AM
dabombcra So after reading everything twice, is cutting the red wire the trick? Some reported it isn't.

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09-14-2015 02:20 PM
birdofpray I would like to do this to my 2004 660 does cutting the red wire work for that year?
05-16-2015 07:58 PM
jjxtrider Another option then would be one of those momentary push buttons that you can mount on the handlebar easily accessible to your left thumb. Have it hooked so it's normally open (will have the limiter) but when you push it in and hold it ,there is full power(grounded to frame then).

Polaris has that setup on their POS's .



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05-16-2015 07:49 PM
IL_Advised_660R
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Originally Posted by QuadManiac View Post
So your swich grounds the reverse switch wire... or doesn't, depending on switch position. A reasonable alternative for those that don't mind the additional step involved.
Yep, if you don't want the switch just tap into the wire and run an extension to the same frame bolt. Either way it's a less than 5 minute fix. With the wire tap I have (again NOT a scotch lok type) I can completely remove the MOD wire and have it back to stock with no tools in 30 seconds.

http://www.posi-products.com/posiplug.html These are what I use, and if it doesn't come up go to the "Posi Tap" link, best wire taps made hands down!
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