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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-27-2000, 06:50 PM
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XLT flooding help needed!!

Flooding problem - '97 Polaris XLT SP, low miles, excellent condition, all stock except main carb springs cut by previous owner to lower throttle pull. This sled is fast and smooth. Carbs were cleaned & adjusted, fuel pump diaphram checked for back flow, gas tank vent is clear, and chokes adjusted. If I let the sled sit for a couple a days without shutting off the gas, the crank case will fill with about 1 cups gas, and no start until I drain the case and dry the plugs. Warm start is always great. Outside temp. makes no difference. I know the easy answer is to remember to turn off the gas. Usually I do...but it seems as if it shouldn't act as it does regardless. Any thoughts or ideas are appreciated. General post/reply or private E-Mail to [email protected] is appreciated. THX

 
 
 
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