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    Get the oil filter changed as soon as possible. Don't wait until the end of the break in. It is probably already clogged with assembly lube and bypassing. Someone on here cut theirs open and found it full of goo. I did the same to mine after the first couple hours and it looked like this....

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    IUEC Local 8
    The elevator guy!

    I had a 2012....cracked engine case stock, then w/ MCX Turbo and STM Clutch broke 2 crankshafts, and blew up 2 rear diffs,

    Then got a 2014 X Limited....leaked oil since new, bent crankshaft, and cracked the stator cover....

    Got a RZR XPT..hauls ass, rides great, handles terrible, sucks in the whoops

    Now....Speed XX #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanTeck View Post
    wife's hair blower does the trick for me...start at a corner, after initial heating of that area and then slowly pull while keeping the heat going...
    Thanks DeanTeck!
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    2018 Wildcat XX green/black

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    HMF Titan QS Blackout exhaust
    Custom roof
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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAWLR View Post
    Get the oil filter changed as soon as possible. Don't wait until the end of the break in. It is probably already clogged with assembly lube and bypassing. Someone on here cut theirs open and found it full of goo. I did the same to mine after the first couple hours and it looked like this....

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    Mine is still on my bench waiting to get cut open.
    Interesting though- mine was a larger WIX from the factory.

    I did mine at 100 miles. I will do it again at 500.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drpalo View Post
    What's the easiest way to remove the stickers from the plastics? Heat gun?
    Quote Originally Posted by DeanTeck View Post
    wife's hair blower does the trick for me...start at a corner, after initial heating of that area and then slowly pull while keeping the heat going...
    This....

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAWLR View Post
    Get the oil filter changed as soon as possible. Don't wait until the end of the break in. It is probably already clogged with assembly lube and bypassing. Someone on here cut theirs open and found it full of goo. I did the same to mine after the first couple hours and it looked like this....

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    Good info, ill swap it and check. You stay with OEM or go to something bigger/aftermarket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Total Loss View Post
    They pulled right off mine without heat...But then I'm not in the frozen tundra like Dean...LOL.

    Congrats on the new ride Novaman.

    I know your intentions to race in a stock class with it...keep us posted on the build and first race.
    Sucks about the ECU problem...doesn't sound too difficult to fix though. Get all the gremlins done now..then walk away from those stock XP's.
    Ya, putting together an excel spreadsheet right now to see what changes I would be required to make (or allowed) for the different racing organizations (DP4, Ave, D38, BITD). Also trying to decide if I want to go Lowrance or LeadNav on a iPad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by novaman64 View Post
    Good info, ill swap it and check. You stay with OEM or go to something bigger/aftermarket?
    The Wix is a LOT bigger.
    My oil change kit I bought when I purchased the car came with a Yamaha filter.
    I'm going back to Wix next time for the sheer volume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Total Loss View Post
    The Wix is a LOT bigger.
    My oil change kit I bought when I purchased the car came with a Yamaha filter.
    I'm going back to Wix next time for the sheer volume.
    Are you using the Wix 51358 or 51365?

    From checking out the Wix page, looks like the 51358 is a touch bigger, but has a bypass of 11-14psi, where the 51365 has a bypass of 8-11psi.... Both have the same flow rate (9-11GPM) and micron rating (21)

    Not sure what stock is...

    Found this on the YXZ forum page...

    Oil filter cross reference
    YAMAHA 5GH-13440-20-00 - Alternative oil filters
    Replacement oil filters for YAMAHA 5GH-13440-20-00:
    AC-Delco PF2135
    AMSOIL EAOM103
    ARCTIC CAT 3201-044
    ARCTIC CAT 3201-451
    AUTOEDGE AL6017A
    Baldwin B1400
    Baldwin B7285
    CARQUEST 85358
    CARQUEST 85365
    ChampLab PH2876
    ChampLab PH7015
    ChampLab PH7028
    DENSO 115010-5390
    Donaldson P502067
    EMGO 10-26920
    EMGO 10-82230
    EMGO 10-82251
    Fleetguard LF3925
    Fram PH6017A
    HASTINGS B7285
    HASTINGS LF113
    HIFLO HF198
    HIFLO HF204
    HIFLO HF303
    Honda 15400-P0H-305
    Honda 15400-P0H-305PE
    Honda 15400-PFB-004
    Honda 15400-PFB-007
    Honda 15400-PFB-014
    Honda 15400-PJ7-015
    Honda 15400-PLM-A01PE
    Honda 15400-PM3-405
    Honda 15400-POH-305
    Honda 15400-POH-305PE
    Honda 15400-ZJI-004
    Honda 15400-ZW4-003
    Honda 15410-MCJ-000
    Honda 15410-MCJ-003
    Honda 15410-MCJ-505
    Honda 15410-MFJ-D01
    Honda 15410-MM5-013
    Honda 15410-MM9-003
    Honda 15410-MM9-013
    Honda 15410-MM9-405
    Honda 15410-MT7-003
    K & N KN-198
    K & N KN-204
    K & N KN-303
    K & N KN-303C
    KAWASAKI 16097-0002
    KAWASAKI 16097-0003
    KAWASAKI 16097-0004
    KAWASAKI 16097-1058
    KAWASAKI 16097-1061
    KAWASAKI 16097-1063
    KAWASAKI 16097-1064
    KAWASAKI 16097-1066
    KAWASAKI 16097-1067
    KAWASAKI 16097-1068
    KAWASAKI 16097-1070
    KAWASAKI 16097-1072
    Kubota 15853-32430
    LUBER-FINER PH2876
    LUBER-FINER PH7015
    LUBER-FINER PH7028
    MELROE 6671057
    MERCRUISER 35-822626
    MERCRUISER 35-822626Q04
    MERCRUISER 35-822626Q1
    MERCRUISER Q03
    MERCURY 35-8222626Q03
    MERCURY G590000-G760299
    MERCURY G760300-1B226999
    MERCURY P086824-P325499
    NAPA 1358
    NAPA 1365
    NAPA PS1358
    Nissan 3R0076150M
    Parts Master 61358
    POLARIS 2520799
    POLARIS 2540086
    POLARIS 3084963
    POLARIS 3089996
    Purolator ML16817
    Purolator ML16819
    ROBIN 2576730111
    SIERRA 18-7902
    SIERRA 18-7909
    SIERRA 18-7910
    SIERRA 18-7911
    SIERRA 18-7911-1
    SIERRA 18-7913
    SILVERLINE 21358
    STP PH7028
    Suzuki 16097-1072
    TOHATSU (Marine) 3R0076150M
    TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE T1210200
    TRIUMPH MOTORCYCLE T1210444
    WARNER PH7015
    WESTERBEKE 30220
    Wix 51358
    Wix 51365
    YAMAHA 3FV-13440-00
    YAMAHA 3FV-13440-00-00
    YAMAHA 3FV-13440-10-00
    YAMAHA 5DM-13440-00
    YAMAHA 5GH-13440-00
    YAMAHA 5GH-13440-00-00
    YAMAHA 5GH-13440-10-00
    YAMAHA 5GH-13440-20-00
    YAMAHA 5GH-13440-50-00
    YANMAR 124450-35100
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    A WIX 51358 was on the car from the factory.
    I would use that one.

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    Congratulations on the new ride. Drive it like you stole it!

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    Well parts should start rolling in soon.

    Got a Yaesu 65watt radio from a member on here.
    Ordered a Rugged Radios RRP5100 Intercom.
    Ordered all my rocker switches (lighted) from UTV inc. (horn, front light bar, rear chase lights, race air, comms)
    Picking up my rear light bar from "Rear Light Bar Store", kinda neat, they are 15 minutes from where I live.
    Already have a iPad (6th gen) going to run lead nav on, ordered a Mob Armor case and a XGPS160 puck, and fab up my own mount for the ipad.
    PRP 5 pt harnesses


    Still need to figure out:
    fire extinguisher setup
    Race air (debating going with the new S&B helmet particle separator)
    Front light bar (think I might go with the Cali Raised, but wont need this till night race in July)
    Roof (haven't really seen one i liked, might have a buddy that owns a fab shop make me one)
    Window nets
    bumpers/tow points (prolly try and save some money and just fab these up myself)



    That should get me racing in the stock class....
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    Fabbing my rear bumper and frame cover now. Deciding on colors. (black/green) Tow hook was easy peazy.
    AC gives you plenty of mount points to choose from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Total Loss View Post
    Fabbing my rear bumper and frame cover now. Deciding on colors. (black/green) Tow hook was easy peazy.
    AC gives you plenty of mount points to choose from.
    Ya, already have steel plate in the shop that will work for the base mounts, gonna plasma out a tow hook, just need to buy tubing, was thinking about going with 1.5" .095 wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by novaman64 View Post
    Ya, already have steel plate in the shop that will work for the base mounts, gonna plasma out a tow hook, just need to buy tubing, was thinking about going with 1.5" .095 wall.
    That is what I have coming for the rear bumper - 1.5" .095. Same as the front bumper I have- a minimalist bolt on Tusk unit.
    Making the rear to sort of mimic the front.
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    congrats on the new ride XX is XXX
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