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Default High Fuel Consumption Skidoo Rev 800

I have a 2003 skidoo Rev summit 800HO. I ran out of fuel in 35 miles. The sled is also running rich. I bet if I put a cup under the exhaust I could collect some fuel.

Is there a way to change my float level?
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I replaced all lines on the DPM, carburetor, and in the fuel tank and it's not leaking anywhere.
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If your sled is running that rich I bet the O-rings on the float bowls are leaking. No way to adjust the bowl that I know of.
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have you checked the reeds?
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If your sled is running that rich I bet the O-rings on the float bowls are leaking. No way to adjust the bowl that I know of.
Thanks! I was thinking of getting an o ring kit, so I guess I will now.
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have you checked the reeds?
I replaced the carb boots last fall and checked them then, they looked fine to me, but i'm not sure of what to look for exactly on them.
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