Try this - drive in 2 wheel low and see if you hit the rev limiter. Thankfully, the fix to this problem is fairly simple.
I understood this should be 41 mph. See what mph you are at when you hit the rev limiter. All Rights Reserved. il bet if you hold it wide open down a hill you will hit the limeterIf my belt is crap could this be a reason it wont hit it?2005 660 with BRP cdi,26" mudlite XTR,3000Lb warn winch,sport roof,1/2 windshield,4 seater,Dyno Jet kit,TwinAir filteryou should edit your details in your user pc. So i wouldn't think that your belt or sheave is the problemIs there something i can check that would cause this?
While Yamaha has been praised for starting the UTV craze with the Rhino 660 they did make a few mistakes. Sheave and grease less weights, KN air filter, Msd Ecu it helps people answer your questions better. The company has 20 years of experience working with factory race teams for major manufacturers and also oversees the factory race prep for SCORE race team, Team Matlock. See if that works and let me know the results ! we tried it the reverse light is on when we start it cant go over 24 mph and sometimes it goes off but most of the time it is either on or comes on right as you get close inbetween 18 and 23 mph we took it to the dealership and they adjusted something they told us they cant tell us how to fix it and to bring it in but we cant afford to do that and warranty is over with now
... Yamaha Rhino 700 reverse gear update fix Jim Anderson. See what mph you are at when you hit the rev limiter. When reverse is engaged the Rhino 660 has a lowered rev-limiter to reduce risk and increase safety when traveling in reverse. One of these that we encounter on a regular basis is the reverse sensor below the airbox. When this happens the Rhino will literally fall on its face and sputter. if you change the belt you may want to pull the sheave apart and inspect and clean grease out.My rhino is a 2005 it has 3500KM so 2200 miles.I purchased it in February so i dont know if the belt has been changed before and if there are any other mods done to it like sheave, clutch kit, jet kit.The only thing that i know it has a Black rhino cdi and i have 26" mud lite XTR tires.The guy that had it before me had a track kit on it for winter.2005 660 with BRP cdi,26" mudlite XTR,3000Lb warn winch,sport roof,1/2 windshield,4 seater,Dyno Jet kit,TwinAir filterit your belt is worn or your sheave is dirty, that won't stop you from hitting your rev limit. I think i got alot of play in throttle pedal got to check that tonight.2005 660 with BRP cdi,26" mudlite XTR,3000Lb warn winch,sport roof,1/2 windshield,4 seater,Dyno Jet kit,TwinAir filterif you have smaller tires put them on it to see if you can get up to the rev limiter with those on. On 02 through 05 Yamaha built in a rev limiter for reverse that pretty much caused reverse to be useless. Thank you for your patience! The 01 660 did not have a rev limiter for reverse. all the grease does is make the clutch quieter. It has good power and runs great but Rev Limiter starts shutting it own at 31 mph.
they have no effect on you motor reving. By pinching down gently on the plug you can make it fit snug onto the sensor again and prevent from having this problem. Beneath the airbox you will find a single pin straight style connector. Sheave and grease less weights, KN air filter, Msd EcuA forum community dedicated to Yamaha Rhino owners and enthusiasts.