Question about Winter Sports
Last year i totally rebuilt engine. weisco pistons,rings, new crank,rods,bearings,seals,gaskets(a professional put it all together) not alot of snow last year. but ran great for 300 miles. over summer water and mouse got in air box. cleaned it out, and carbs. drained water out of bottom of motor. oiled really good. it ran good for 100 miles.now i pull and pull and doesnt start good. i smell gas but it doesnt seem to pop off and go?????????
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 2000 polaris
I WOULD DO I COMPRESSION CHECK ON THE CYLINDERS, THEY SHOULD BE SOMEWHERE AROUND 100-130 PSI WITH A DIFFERENCE OF NO MORE THAN 15% BETWEEN CYLINDERS
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
It sounds like some of that water turned to steam in the engine and the pressure of the steam did some damage. Check out the timing chain and the timing mark alignment. Check out the valve condition...there might be some chipped or cracked valves...yikes!
Posted on Jan 20, 2013
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