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I have a 90 and 96 that we're riding at higher elevation and I need to adjust the weights. Anyone have a pdf of different applications for these older sleds?
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So more info. Iím running a red and white spring 100-220 and stock 10 51 weights. Going to keep stock spring but which weights should I go with for 3000-6000ft? Sled in higher elevations struggles to engage clutch. If I remember right Polaris. Set these up for 0-3000ft.
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So more info. Iím running a red and white spring 100-220 and stock 10 51 weights. Going to keep stock spring but which weights should I go with for 3000-6000ft? Sled in higher elevations struggles to engage clutch. If I remember right Polaris. Set these up for 0-3000ft.
what year and model?
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what year and model?
90 Indy trail deluxe and a 96 Indy trail touring
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90 Indy trail deluxe and a 96 Indy trail touring
my shop manual for 96-98 sleds says your indy trail touring should have 10AL weights which is 53 grams? it also shows no change in clutching going from 0-3000 up to 3000-6000
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I think that is too rich of jetting rather than clutching.
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I think that is too rich of jetting rather than clutching.
That was my first thought but plugs looked good.
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