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It is fuel injected so it is not a problem. I happen to know from experience. Pioneer sat upside down overnight. Got it right side up the next day and it started right up and drove home.
 

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It is fuel injected so it is not a problem. I happen to know from experience. Pioneer sat upside down overnight. Got it right side up the next day and it started right up and drove home.
So when you had this misshap, did the engine shut off by itself? That's what its meant to do.
 

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I'll have to look a little deeper on this one DG. A quick glance at the service manual and I'm not finding it. I'm sure they have one but they might have built it into another component which will make it harder to find.
 

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It was back in September and no one had a winch kit for it yet. It was too heavy to push it back upright by hand. As I recall I think it did shut itself off. I had to walk out and get a ride back to town and get my rzr with a winch to make it upright the next morning. There is a thread on it.
 

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It is fuel injected so it is not a problem. I happen to know from experience. Pioneer sat upside down overnight. Got it right side up the next day and it started right up and drove home.
So.....Where are the photos of the said rollover?:cool:
 

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Ouch! Must have missed the last page in the owner's manual that said the utv works better with the rubber side down. To soon? Sorry...
 
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