Had the same problem on a ZRT. Primary clutch was binding/sticky and
the ***cables needed to be readjusted. Running too rich. Drive
full throttle for a minute or 2 on a lake and then pull the plugs to
see if it is running very rich. Course this assumes a carb model. If
it's EFI, well.... Have fun.. As far as clutching goes, take
clutches apart and confirm nothing is bent, bound up, sticky, etc.
Also put sled on a stand so track is off ground. Engine might do full
revs when it's not under a load. This will give you more info to work
Food for thought - Joel
>My buddys got a 97 zr 440 it wont go over 4000 rpm changed the cdi the coil
>and plugs still the same thing. We tried firing in dragon fire to see if it
>would pick up and it just booged it down. Any ideas out there is is flipping
>out over this...
>Thanks in advance