Question about Interactive Toy Concepts Crossfire Arctic Cat Rc Snowmobile
You probably have a bad clutch seal on your crankshaft, or one dirty carburetor, or possibly bad spark plug caps. Clean your carburetors, change your plug caps, and test drive the machine carefully. If it still bogs , buy an after market piston kit with crankshaft seals, gaskets, pistons, and rings. Do a complete rebuild it should only cost about $150 for all the parts in a kit. Then you should be good to go for another 17 years.
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