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2013 Teryx Loss of power after it gets warm.
This is the second time I have had this problem. Replaced the fuel pump and that fixed it the first time.
Just replaced fuel pump again, but still loses power after about 10 minutes. While it is cold it runs fine. Anyone else have this problem?
 

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Had same issue with my 17' T2 the fuel pump filter was plugged from the poor tank vent design pulled it apart had a spare pump filter for my Kingquad in my garage cured the problem. INSTALL REMOTE FUEL TANK VENT WITH FILTER ran it up under center console
 

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Where is your tank vented to? Mine has a vent tube into the roll cage. Changed spark plugs, had valves adjusted. same problem. If something doesn't help soon, I will find it a new owner. Beginning to think the 2013 was a bad purchase.
 

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If you ask people here, there are no bad teryxes. My service manual doesn't live with me.

Do they have fuel pressure regulator? Put a fuel pressure gauge on there may the thing to do. Need to find out if a fuel problem or spark. Do you think both cylinders are firing when it bogs down?

I realize what I said is extemely vague.
 

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It acts like someone shut the fuel off, Spitting, coughing, jumping. Spark plugs and fuel pump changed with new fuel filter. Valves adjusted, still no help. Planning to check fuel vent. No pressure regulator. Stands to reason if you can't get the tank vented, fuel won't pump out. Even the fuel tank needs to breath.
 

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full tank may need to breath more

I have read lots of discussions on fuel vent lines on lots of various types of machine. Worth looking in to, but I suspect something else.

But it does get brought up a lot on all over, so never know.
 

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The pressure regulator is inside the fuel pump, it is a check valve type. You did change out the entire fuel pump assembly or just the pump inside?
 

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HFP-A490 Fuel Pump Assembly Replacement for Kawasaki Teryx KRF750 KRF800/Teryx4 KRT800/KRT750/PRO-FXT/FX EFI (2009-2018) Replaces 49040-0716, 49040-0733
This is the pump I put in my 2017 after confirming that the pressure was dropping out after about 17-19 miles when it got warm this pump carries a lifetime warranty and it runs perfectly.
I put a remote K&N breather filter up under the center console the one that goes into the frame was allowing dirt to get in and plugging up the pump suction filter found very fine dirt inside the tank removed it and flushed completely
 
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