Home | Fishing Reports | HSOList Classifieds | Guides-Resorts | NEW HotSpotOutdoors Forum | Business Services | OutdoorProStore
@ the Leading Edge:
Featured HSOList Classifieds
John?s lots
2000 Lund Rebel 1440v tiller, excellent shape.
Lake Vermilion Family, Fishing, Vacations
Selling Two (2)MotorGuide Gator Breakaway Trolling Motor Bracket
MotorGuide Trolling Motor 36-Volt Univ. Sonar
Motor Guide Trolling Motor 36-Volt
Minnkota Maxxum Pro 80lb
Events For You to Enjoy!
On The Forums ...
FREE HSOList.com
Classifieds
John?s lots
2000 Lund Rebel 1440v tiller, excellent shape.
Lake Vermilion Family, Fishing, Vacations
Forum Stats
48543 Members
168 Forums
175888 Topics
2113290 Posts
Share HotSpotOutdoors with family & your good friends.
Who's Online
0 registered Members, 15 Guests and YOU online now.

Become family and
share HSO.

"i'm having fun"
At the Leading Edge
"!!

Topic Options
Rate This Topic
Hop to:
#2066074 - 11/16/09 12:09 PM
Cold blooded Honda Rincon?
rainylakefisher Offline
HotSpotOutdoors.com Family

Registered: 07/29/05
Posts: 83
Any ideas for curing a really cold blooded Honda Rincon 250? I'm willing to admit I'm not much of a mechanic, but the wheeler starts and runs fine but doesn't idle well and especially not cold. Simple fix? Suggestions?
Top
#2066114 - 11/16/09 12:55 PM
Re: Cold blooded Honda Rincon? [Re: rainylakefisher]
IL Res Offline
HSOShow.com Family

Registered: 11/05/09
Posts: 117
Loc: waukegan, il
I've got same Honda '07 model and problem as you. I adjusted [ raised ] idle control speed needle on carb last winter. The owner's manual [ stored under the rider seat ] shows needle location and describes procedure. You'll need a small standard screwdriver to do this. Just make sure motor is warm when you adjust idle speed. Good luck.
Top
#2066119 - 11/16/09 01:04 PM
Re: Cold blooded Honda Rincon? [Re: rainylakefisher]
Dave S Offline
HotSpotOutdoors Pro Staff

Registered: 01/01/05
Posts: 5937
Loc: On the Concours
Originally Posted By: rainylakefisher
Any ideas for curing a really cold blooded Honda Rincon 250? I'm willing to admit I'm not much of a mechanic, but the wheeler starts and runs fine but doesn't idle well and especially not cold. Simple fix? Suggestions?


Do you mean a Recon 250?
Top
#2066124 - 11/16/09 01:07 PM
Re: Cold blooded Honda Rincon? [Re: rainylakefisher]
DREZLER Offline
Sr HotSpotOutdoors.com Family

Registered: 02/11/09
Posts: 315
Loc: Anoka County
I don't know the answer to your problem but my brother had a rincon and it's a cold blooded sob also. We have owned and ran Honda four wheelers since dad starting buying them in the late 80's, and I've never seen one as cold blooded as the Rincon.
Top
#2066135 - 11/16/09 01:17 PM
Re: Cold blooded Honda Rincon? [Re: DREZLER]
IL Res Offline
HSOShow.com Family

Registered: 11/05/09
Posts: 117
Loc: waukegan, il
I assumed he meant 250 Recon. That's what i've got...
Top
#2066147 - 11/16/09 01:26 PM
Re: Cold blooded Honda Rincon? [Re: rainylakefisher]
DREZLER Offline
Sr HotSpotOutdoors.com Family

Registered: 02/11/09
Posts: 315
Loc: Anoka County
YEAH I GUESS MY BROTHERS IS A 650 RINCON
Top
#2066352 - 11/16/09 04:28 PM
Re: Cold blooded Honda Rincon? [Re: DREZLER]
cm1977 Offline
HotSpotOutdoors.com Family

Registered: 01/30/09
Posts: 44
Loc: WI
I have an 2003 Rincon and I have the same problem. The 2004 Rancher is really good though, is it the bigger engine or what?
Top
#2066362 - 11/16/09 04:39 PM
Re: Cold blooded Honda Rincon? [Re: cm1977]
Dave S Offline
HotSpotOutdoors Pro Staff

Registered: 01/01/05
Posts: 5937
Loc: On the Concours
the EFI machines are better than the carbed versions.

Vehicles have to meet a standard to become green sticker compliant in states like California and are jetted lean from the factory.

Sometimes a simple jetting change will fix the issue. Other times it may be a simple air/fuel mixture screw that needs to be adjusted.
Top
#2069180 - 11/18/09 09:50 PM
Re: Cold blooded Honda Rincon? [Re: Dave S]
mozy Offline
Sr HotSpotOutdoors.com Family

Registered: 12/10/07
Posts: 409
Loc: Lac qui Parle
The issue with the Rincon is that the oil for the transmission is the same as the crankcase, so it takes a while to warm it up enough to make the wheeler move without stalling. I'm assuming those that are wondering about the Rincon are talking about why it won't move right away.

As for the Recon 250, I have no idea. Like others have said, I would try to turn the idle up on the carb and see what that does.
Top
Use the Share Buttons below, If You Like this topic.
FishingMinnesota
HSO Business
Discover how Outdoor Minnesota delivers outdoor marketing.
Guerrilla Tactics Unveiled - Pound this link to see for yourself.



Moderator:  Dave, Dave S 
New Topics
"I Have Fun"