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Quad mechanic for LTR450?

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Looking for a mechanic near Huntington Beach to work on my LTR450.  Last week it was cutting out after riding for about 30 minutes, but only when I would go over a small rise or get a little air.  Does anyone have a recommendation on a good place to take it to get fixed/tuned up?  

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Rev limiter? Clean your jets and replace the spark plug and see if that helps. 

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1 hour ago, jtmoney714 said:

Rev limiter? Clean your jets and replace the spark plug and see if that helps. 

Pretty sure they are fuel injected......?

Loose ground? Pinched wire, petcock has debris on it?

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Try inside line moto in orange....they are good guys, mostly ktm but they know it all....

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It’s probably just your fuel filter. No need for a mechanic. Those are the symptoms when it is clogged. 

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+1 on the swirl filter, they also have a tip over switch that was known to fail from time to time. bad ground somewhere. original  fuel line , unlesscan be failing  from the inside (seen this happen on my LTR - was a brain twister). not as much goes wrong with them as you may think. also possible fuel pump dying/pressure regulator clogged - do homework on how to clean and dis-assemble, not for a novice mechanic or a dummy. make sure competent people are working on it if you end up taking it somewhere. Hear good things about the pro-shop in Stanton.  Garret at fuel atv (fuel intakes and dyno) knows a little about this stuff and would be good for a recommendation of who to go to if he can't do it. There is a handful of guys who are good with these bikes you just have to find them. Kelly at KMS performance in AZ is the guru. Williams ATV performance in FL is supposed to be good too.  good luck, not an easy bike to diagnose if its not simple like things already mentioned. whatever you do - DO NOT throw parts at it unless you have a swap doner bike.  Could be a clogged injector too. 

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