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Arctic Cat: Powder Special and older 2000 and older, all models in the Powder Special chassis and older chassis models
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Old 01-27-2015, 12:08 AM
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Brother in-law just bought one but i haven't seen it yet, but I will be the one working on it. I have a few questions. Are they fuel injected or carbed? It has been sitting for a few years. If efi, what do I need to do to clean the fuel system? Just looking for a place to start. Thanks.
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I believe they were available in both...ZR600 and ZR600 EFI. Mine was an EFI so it always started in a couple of pulls

Put in some fuel stabilizer...Seafoam works great in all small engines
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Old 01-27-2015, 08:33 AM
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I have had some really good luck with seafoam in the past. I wasn't sure if it would work on the injectors. Thanks.
I have torn into skidoo clutches but not familiar with the cat. Any chance the doo and cat primary clutch puller could be the same? Best place to get tools? What are the common parts that wear out in the clutches? Any other advice on a sled that has been sitting for a few years?Thanks for the info.
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I can almost guarantee the clutch pullers will be different.

For the clutches, check the rollers and the bushings in the weights. Also the springs may be worn out.

For other stuff, just check bearings and bushings in general, and make sure bolts are tight. Pay special attention to the driveshaft bearing under the secondary clutch, those are a known trouble spot on all Cats in that chassis.
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I can almost guarantee the clutch pullers will be different.

For the clutches, check the rollers and the bushings in the weights. Also the springs may be worn out.

For other stuff, just check bearings and bushings in general, and make sure bolts are tight. Pay special attention to the driveshaft bearing under the secondary clutch, those are a known trouble spot on all Cats in that chassis.
agreed and if its good and the speedo ever stops working stop riding it 95% of the time the speedo stops its because of this bearing failure, give primary a good look over they were prone grenading about 2000-2500 miles
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