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How do i fix my 2010 bearcat 570 xt 2- stroke. bearcat runs fine for awhile than starts bogging down when i use throttle ?

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SOURCE: poor idle and bogs down when more throttle is given

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Posted on Mar 23, 2009

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SOURCE: car bogs with full throttle

Its the Fuel Filter...mine did the same thing :)

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Carburetor issue

make sure the oil level is correct also on carb is a screw fiddle with this mixture screw and get back to me if it made no difference i will send a pic in a while

Posted on Oct 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Not running at full throttle

close to the carb you will find two tiny screws. They are labeled H and L. L sets the idle speed. H sets the max RPM. Hold the throttle wide open and turn the H screw. When you find the very top end, back it down some or it will be running too lean. That would make it run hot, and provides less lubrication. Could result in engine failure if you run it too lean.

Posted on Dec 23, 2009

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SOURCE: polaris 2 stroke jetski bogs down if more than 1/4

This is typical fuel starvation.

Possible causes:

1. Clogged Fuel filter
2. Dirty fuel tank fuel pick up screen or tank outlet hole
3. Cracked fuel line
4. Fuel mainfold screen clogged on the side of the carb. Plastic screen is inside of the manifold where the mounting bolt is
5. Pinched fuel line

One other thing it can be is a severely clogged clogged air filter. Usually if the air filter is clogged the plugs will foul often and fuel consumption will be high with low engine power.

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Turn adjusting screws in all the way "gently" until they seat. Not too hard or you will damage them. Turn out 1 1/4 turns on both will get you in the ballpark to start it up. If it starts, let it warm up without going to wide open throttle for an extended period. As it is idling, turn low speed screw in until it starts to want to die down, then turn back out a little at a time until it starts to bog down, then turn it back in to the center of the two bogs (at the highest point of RPM). Throttle it from idle to WOT and it should be a steady rise in acceleration without bogging down. If it does bog on acceleration, turn the Low speed screw counterclockwise 1/8 turn at a time until bog goes away. For the high speed it is critical that you don't lean it out too far. Hold the throttle at wide open and turn the screw counterclockwise until it appears to run really rich. (Blurbs like a four stroke). Then turn the screw back in while holding WOT (wide open throttle) until you get a smooth sound with a bit of blurb every couple of seconds. Hard to explain in type rather than showing it in person, but it will get you in the right direction. I'm wondering why you are trying to adjust the carb in the first place...... If there is an issue that makes you think an adjustment will fix it, try the method above. If the adjustments don't work, or you have to adjust them A LOT, you may be in the realm of a carburetor rebuild. Be sure to check the fuel line, fuel filter, and depending on what model saw you have, the carburetor boot for splits or cracks.

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