As Kma mentioned they use to come from the factory with a u-bolt under the gas pedal to limit your speed. I don't know if they still do or not. I would also check your air filter to make sure it's clean. If the mass air flow sensor is bad or not working properly it may cut fuel back
I just took a 2015 Oreion Reeper in trade for my Harley Davidson as I could not do two wheels safely any longer. This Reeper is in near new condition (only 750 kilometers on it and everything on it was working until I just trailered it from Texas to Florida. Now the headlight/taillight stem switch will not turn on the headlights and tail lights. All other lights come on with the switches on the dash (halo light switch, etc., as do the turn signals, emergency flashers, etc. Have checked all fuses listed as relating to headlights. Fuses all appeared good and I swapped them around to see if another problem cropped up but none did. Does anyone have a suggestion for the cause of the problem and the repair necessary. I would have to rent a trailer and haul it about 100 miles to get to a dealer and would like to repair myself. Have been a "shade tree" mechanic for almost 60 years but this is a new animal for me and the owners manual in right next to useless, in my estimation. Will greatly appreciate any/all feedback on this problem. Thanks.
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Nice video. You do clean work. If your new piece doesn't fix the issue, I noticed in your video the ID of your brass fittings are pretty small. It could be restricting the coolant flow through the heater.
That's a good question about the sticker. Then again without the doors and only two wheel drive it might fall more under the guidelines of a dune buggy. That might be a plus for the states that allow you to legalize them.
I know it doesn't have doors. I was just saying where they normally are now a days. Maybe it's attached to the frame somewhere. I had a picture of one off of an 09 that was Black in color. That one was listed as an Off Road.
I really didn't mean to sound like a smart a**. Being on the frame kinda surprised me a little. I would have thought it would be somewhere on a permanent part of the body where it is somewhat protected
The 07 model doesn't have doors for a jam. Hard telling where it would be, or if it even has one. Not sure what year they made the first one but that has to be close. I'm really curious as to how it is titled. It may even be titled as a dune buggy being 2 wheel drive and no doors.
Lugnut and a couple others are pretty sharp on the electrical aspects of things. If this is something you really want to be able to do they may be able to help you in the right direction. If one of them doesn't chime in in the next day or two you might try sending lug nut a message
No it's not a very good advertisement for the Reeper. It has been well documented on this forum on how loose Chinese tolerances are and quality control is almost none existing. Being so for only 2017 and newer having this problem it could be possible they got a bad batch of parts that didn't get heat treated properly.
While riding today my reaper died out on the trail. Noticed gas dripping under the front so opened up the hood an found that the plastic nipple that the gas goes to the filter broke off😞. Had to be towed back. Any one know where I could get the fuel pump housing from that won’t cost an arm and leg?
Reading through the thread it said about a $150. I haven't heard of anyone else needing one.
Anybody put snow tracks on their Reeper? Looking to add tracks but not sure who to turn to, any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Dave 509-521-2121
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Isn't this also experienced when the gas overflow can gets full on the 1100's? Just thought I recalled seeing that once before.
I believe you are right. I do remember reading something about that. If I remember correctly he modified the catch can so the fuel tank with vent properly. Unfortunately I don't have the time to do a search now but you should be able to find it fairly easily it hasn't been that long ago.