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High performance ATV engine GY6 150cc engine

NameGY6 150cc engine
Stroke4 Stroke
Cold StyleAir-Cooled
StartElectric / Kick
Cylinder NO.1 Cylinder
Ignition MethodCDI
Displacement (ml)150cc
FuelGasoline
Horsepower(KW/Rpm)6.5/7500
Max. torque(N.m/Rpm)9.0/5500
Displacement149.6 cc
Cylinder/Piston57 mm
Engine oil0.75 Liters
Gear oil0.17 Liters (6 fl. oz.)
Net weight32 kg
PackageCarton
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ATV engine part PD34J-2 carburetor China Manufacturer

  • Model Number: ATV PD34J-2 carburetor
  • Product Name: ATV PD34J-2 carburetor
  • Engine Type: Gasoline engine
  • Intake manifold side inner diamter: 34mm
  • Net Weight: 0.65kg
  • Material: Iron,aluminum,copper.plastic
  • Size: 15.5×10.5×10.5
  • Fits: ATV QUAD

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125cc 4-stroke T125 piston ring set used for bikes ATV engine

NamePiston Rings Kit Set
Model NumberT125 Piston Rings Kit Set
ConditionNew
Net Weight0.128KG
MaterialCopper, Iron, Aluminum
ColorAs Picture
PackageCarton
Piston Diameter54mm
Pin Diameter14mm
ModelT125 125cc
Fit forPIT QUAD DIRT BIKE
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Starter (9 Spline) for 400cc Engines, ATV’s & UTV’s – Version 40

Product Details:
  • Replacement starter for many 4-stroke ATV’s and UTV’s
  • Fits 400cc models
  • Space of mounting holes: 53mm [2.1″]
  • Overall length including shaft and mounting arms: 175mm? [6 7/8″]
  • Spline length: 23mm [.92″]
  • Spline OD: 12mm [.47″]
  • 9 tooth spline
  • 31200-003-0000
  • Known to fit Bennche, Hisun, Massimo, Menards, QLink and more!
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Motorcycle horizontal engine cylinder head SUV 110CC cylinder head assembly ATV sleeve cylinder accessories

Product NameATV sleeve cylinder accessories
Displacement220 (mL)
Number of cylinderssingle cylinder
100 km fuel consumption180 (L)
Torque190 (nm)
Model110 CC horizontal
Applicable modelsMotocross ATV110CC
Item No.GTZC- 3
CPNOQG.00026

How To Rebuild your ATV Master Cylinder

Step One
Carefully remove the twin Phillips head screws that hold the cap on and set the cover along with the diaphragm plate and rubber?diaphragm to the side for now. Be sure the handlebar is positioned so the master cylinder is as level as possible to avoid spills.Using a couple of paper towels or disposable shop rag dry up the fluid in the master cylinder until the majority of the old fluid is gone. Be very cautious as to where you dispose of these rags after they have soaked in the fluid. If these rub up against some metal or painted surfaces, things will start to corrode.

Step Two
To gain better access to the master cylinder for cleaning, remove the master cylinder from the handlebar by removing the two 8mm bolts that keep it in place.
Step Three
Loosen the 10mm banjo bolt that holds the brake line to the master cylinder. Be sure to not lose the copper washers as you will need them once you start to put the system back together. You may want to wrap the line with an old shop rag just below the bolt as fluid remaining in the line could leak out. Loosen the two 8mm bolts that hold the brake master cylinder to the bars and pull the master cylinder from the bars.
Step Four
Remove the brake lever from the master cylinder by removing a single pivot bolt, which is held in by a locking nut. This will
allow you to see the plunger and rubber boot that covers the plunger. There is a snap ring that holds the plunger in place and you will need long thin snap ring bits to get down inside the cast body of the master cylinder to get it out. The old plunger, spring and seals should simply pull out of the master cylinder. You will also want to remove the black silicone seal inside the master cylinder to get any debris out from under it.
Step Five
Once everything is removed you are ready to completely clean the master cylinder. After it is prepped for the new plunger, spring and seals add a little coating of brake fluid to the seals. This should help the reinstall of the new plunger and spring.
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