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PostSubject: Reset instructions for ISC   Fri Aug 20, 2010 5:42 pm

Use the paper clip to put it in dealer mode. Then turn your red switch on the handle bar on, Push and hold the throttle wide open, while holding it wide open... Turn the key on, count to about 10-15 seconds, while still holding the throttle wide open turn the key off and then let off the throttle, Remove paper clip jumper. That will reset it. It needs to be done every time you remove your battery as well.

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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Fri Aug 20, 2010 8:23 pm

By using the paper clip - you meen getting it to display coo-
Right.
Yeah of course thats what you meen.
Thanx a bunch Boot , im going out and re set it right now .
I want to feel that VDI grin once again.

Wonder why Lyle didnt mention this ?
He seems to know an aweful lot about the KQ 750 engine.
I thought as long as i was getting a coo- with the - in the middle it was reset.
I wonder if he has another way of resetting it with his VDI because we sure did do alot of re setting and re mapping and all kinds of stuff .
Then he said man you have deffinatly got a bad ISC -
Those little boogers aint cheap.
Would love to borow one for a min. befor i buy.


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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Fri Aug 20, 2010 8:36 pm

Lyle probably don;t know about it because it came from an Artic Cat Dealer Mechanic posted over on the KingQuad Section of NYROC. BTW, curious but have you changed your spark plug lately. Reason I ask is mine was doing the same thing.

Dealer found that the plug was about 1/4 inch from being in far enough. I guess when I changed it I did not get it in far enough. Afraid that I would torgue it to much. It solved my problem which was exactly what you described DD.
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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Fri Aug 20, 2010 8:43 pm

Yeah i changed the plug a bunch of times - ill check that to -
Thanks Rooster , kinda scared to over tighten it as well .
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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Fri Aug 20, 2010 8:52 pm

Dirt Dobber wrote:
Yeah i changed the plug a bunch of times - ill check that to -
Thanks Rooster , kinda scared to over tighten it as well .

How you can tell it that you will see Dirt and Mud up on the threads....Indication it was not seated all the way....It was fouling plugs also, another symptom of not being in far enough....

I think he said something about a little grease on the threads to help you finger tight it....Then torque to spec.
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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Fri Aug 20, 2010 10:51 pm

You can get them on Ebay for a cheaper. I seen a bunch of them on there a the other day. It may not help to reset it but its worth a try. If you battery loses any voltage or is not grounded perfectly it will cause all kinds of weird problems. Also....if you can and have time clean your spark plug hole and threads and make sure you got some Anti-Seize on the threads. Then that little rubber gasket on top I have mine sealed up and I don't have any issues with any mud or anything getting in there anymore.

Let me know when you put that sheave on....I have some work done to my clutches that is working very well. Its a little mix & match of two guys work. I love coops work...he did great. But after riding a bike that has Stage 5 Airdam work done to it....now thats a WOW factor...!

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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Tue Dec 06, 2011 9:22 pm

Perfect, just what I needed for the new beat to run nicely
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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Wed Dec 07, 2011 1:43 pm

If you need any help with you KQ let me know.

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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Wed Dec 07, 2011 3:55 pm

Thanks for the offer bootlegger
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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Wed Dec 07, 2011 5:24 pm

flyinkiwi wrote:
Thanks for the offer bootlegger

No Problem....I use to have a lot of extra mods for them as well. My best friend bought a 700 and I put all my extra clutching...Coop45 Primary, secondary spring, roller weights, and Power Commander on it his. Then tuned it for him. He really likes it.

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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Thu Dec 08, 2011 2:59 pm

boot, but the power commander doesn't touch the timing of the bike right? only the gas/air mix?
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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Thu Dec 08, 2011 7:09 pm

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boot, but the power commander doesn't touch the timing of the bike right? only the gas/air mix?

No....but I have had both. I have the VDI now. I tuned PC3 IMO is just about as good as a VDI. I can't tell much difference in mine except for about mid throttle and I tuned both of mine. Don't get me wrong...the VDI is very nice....but very aggravating to get tuned correctly.

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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:14 am

I'd like a little more off the line speed...so I keep wondering if the VDI or PC3 is the way to go.
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PostSubject: Re: Reset instructions for ISC   Fri Dec 09, 2011 9:01 pm

flyinkiwi wrote:
I'd like a little more off the line speed...so I keep wondering if the VDI or PC3 is the way to go.

Your clutching is what's going to help the most.

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