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I have a 07' 700 H1, engine failure, actually bought it like it, replacing the piston i noticed that the connecting rod has oil ports in the top of it, does the pin float in the connecting rod or does it fit snug so it doesnt move since there is no bearing????
 

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not sure on the piston....but that is not an h1 engine
 
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Thanks ricktherocket, i later found out it was a snug fit but you can also turn it when its installed with a film of oil on it...

Savageman69, it was my understanding it was a H1, but i am willing to learn new things, what exactly is an 07' arctic cat quad with a 700cc singlle cylinder engine then??
 

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Yes Suzuki 700 efi
 

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yes probably one of the best 700 mills its a suzuki ;)
 

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or he has an 08?
right side clutch cover-------
black composite plastic = Suzuki engine
bare aluminum cover with "Arctic Cat" cast into it = H1 engine
 

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I've also seen black painted aluminum here in canada
 

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I dont think the black plastic one used on the Suzook engine says anything, just plain. But I'll take a look see today at O'beer thirty this afternoon.
 

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You're biased! :p lol
Might be but lol...one buddy is on his 3rd h1 in his mudpro...other buddy with an 08 tcat sold it for problems to get a zuki motored bike lol...Cant deny they are tuff little buggers
 
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