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Hello, new to forum. Got a 08 that is stock. Ran like a bat out of he'll for the weekend. Brought it out few days later and while riding I experienced loss of power, but of back fire and it died. Let it sit for a minute amd it started up and idled fine. As soon as I started to give it some gas and release the clutch an it died. Changed oil and oil filter. Flushed coolant and gas and am currently waiting on a fuel filter conversion kit to come in. In the mean time, I have run it (resting lifted on atv jack) on 5 occasions and each time it sputter and dies at the 10 minute mark. Anyone know what might be causing this?
 

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Spark plug.



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Is the fuel tank vent hose stock or one of those aluminum bling bling type? Is it plugged up?
 

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had the gas cap not venting on a different quad . it happens
 

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Yeah vapor lock sounds like a good idea, I missed the part about quad dying after 10 min run time. That's also about how much fuel the pump holds, so also check fuel lever.

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I'm having the same issue. Not the gas cap, checked that. Runs great 15-20 mins then a couple of small backfires then dies. Let it sit 15-20 mins and it'll run, then die.
 

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I'm having the same issue. Not the gas cap, checked that. Runs great 15-20 mins then a couple of small backfires then dies. Let it sit 15-20 mins and it'll run, then die.
How long does it run the 2nd time?

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I was also having that problem. Then my stator bolt came loose and messed up the whole stator got a new one but now it won't stay running unless I pour gas in to the air box
 

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This could be a combination of things ranging from electrical wiring, engine compression, and stator or coil failures. The best way to figure out this kind of problem is to take one issue at a time. It's a pain, but a necessary evil unless you just want to haul it off to the dealer
 
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