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I’m gonna try that. Mice got me this year.
Bought at paid for my harness in December. ETA on back order is still March.
It’s mangled, I wouldn’t even trust temp patching.
New Polaris. Possibly. Haven’t pulled trigger yet. No phazers new old stock in MB. No decent used ones. Sidewinder 25g...
I’m looking for a wire harness.
Stored my girl in the shed this summer and the mice made a mess of my harness.
Looking for new, but used 2012 and up are same.
Found one at yamaparts wharehouse for $288. No reply on in stock or not. Then I thought of here and site...
This issue seems to be popping up quite abit.
Mine still does it only here and there. Boiled it down to coil when it’s really hot. Soon as I go, lightly popping and farting and get snow moving it goes away pretty much every single time.
Also, reading back. That squeal you get on take off not such a bad thing. It probably means you need to only wrap your secondary spring 10* OR possible primary. But I think it’s your secondary wrap.
Slight belt slippage. Now, if you can’t get good speed out of it it’s very well possible...
Fully compressed front skid spring is definitely and issue.
Set your strap.
Loosen spring until it moves freely.
Then hand tighten enough to just take the play out of the spring.
I think you’ll notice huge difference.
I’ve had them crack at almost every joint. And brake usually close to the welds.
Sorry missed this. Been couple of long days.
Strap tight (pulled up) in skid puts more pressure on skis. If you let it down it will do opposite.
As for fox shocks I tried two kinds. Sold them. Just couldn’t figure...
Start up here I’m at 22-2400 rpm.
Is your red light on when you start it?
Is it all warmed up and still Reving high?
Your idle adjustment is above your a arm on brake side of sled. Round plug. Pull out and use Phillip’s to adjust. Counter clock to lower rpm.