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I'm with Polaris650. Probable causes would be an inlet needle/seat that is letting gas by and filling up the case, or a ruptured diaphragm in the fuel pump that is letting fuel into the case via impulse line. Definitely drain before starting, as this gas has no oil in it for lubrication. It wouldn't hurt to put a bit of oil down the plug holes just for grins...
That's the main reason it's suggested to shut the gas off when not using the sled.
I shut the gas off after I seen it pouring out.
Whats the best way to drain the gas? So after I drain it, I should put a little oil straight in and try to start it?
I want to be very sure of what I'm doing, I can't afford to cause any damage because my own ignorance.
Just drain the gas out of the motor. There are 2 10mm I think bolts under the y pipe on the bottom of cases. Pull those out. Make sure gas is off. Let whatever is in there drain out and than start to pull it over a few times(do not try and start it, just pull it over so the gas vapor will blow out) Than like bc Dan said pour a little oil down the cylinders for lube. No need to pull the carb bowls off.
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