We've drained fuel tank and filled with new. Engine does not feel hot. Installed a new oil temp sensor. So now will check the gas flow. Plus put a new CDI box on.
when you drained the tank, did you make sure the inside of tank was CLEAN before adding new fuel?
was the carb you replaced a OEM carb or a cheap china knock off, as these knock off's are very hit and miss, meaning MOST end up being bad carb's?
next have you replaced the fuel line from tank to cab>
the game is when something sits a LONG time,
you really need to make sure entire fuel system is clean and flowing good
drain fuel tank, make sure inside of tank is clean
inspect peacock and make sure thing are free flowing , and also fuel lines
the reason is ethanol fuel as well as dirt and carp over time will gum up the inside of the peacock, and fuel lines(tank will get dirt and or even water in it over time too)
and if you DON"T confirm all things UP stream of a carb are good and clean, adding a NEW carb can be a waste of time, as , as soon as fuel flows thru dirty tank, peacock/.fuel lines, you can have a brand new dirty carb on the bike!
so, its about making sure all up stream items are good to rule things out in them
I am NOT sure if your model has a Fan control unit, but if it does, this too could be the problem, as on atv's that have them, they will trigger the oil light to come on and shut the atv down
as for a NEW CDI< again, aftermarket one's are HIT and MISS< I personally never buy afgtermarket electrical parts, far too often they don't work well or last long!
, but your atv, your money, your call!