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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-19-2006, 09:18 PM Thread Starter
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snowmobile bogs down when revving/accelerating

my 79 enticer has a fuel problem where it bogs when accelerating but will eventually pick up and go ive tried replacing the fuel lines cleaning the carb and checking over the whole fuel system the pump was replaced recently i just cant figure out whats wrong anyone have any ideas?? someone told me it could be a crankcase issue?
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Check the clutches for free movement. If one or them is binding, it will give you these symptoms.

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oh amn i think you went through too much work, its probly as simple as a dead plug or the plug cover ahs a bad connection
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Check your float hieght, lower it alittle? Turn the air screw out 1/4 at a time?
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it might be that your main clutch sping is weak and the clutch is closing to early before the motor is up to rpm therefor the motor doesnt get enough rpm to take off with out bogging I had the same prob
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have you cleened your carbs recently?

but as somone else said it could definatly be the clutches.
what rpm doen it engage at,if you let off the trottle so slow down an bit then stand on it, what happens. what colours are your plugs.

does it sound like an engine bog or a drivetrain bog.
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it is definately a engine bog because even with the track lifted and even belt off it bogs so im thinking its gotta be a carburetor/spark isssue im thinkin about switching carbs with my parts enticer that i have if anyone has a dianostic plan i could folllow something specific cuz im gettin snow reallly sooo!!!!!
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What happens when you let off the throttle, then hammer it again like eric phazer said? This can help us eliminate it being a jetting problem.
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