I agree with RJ. Normally, you have a little gas coming into your engine from the main jet and a little air coming in from your pilot air jet. If either one of those has the slightest bit of blockage, you can pull all day and get nowhere.
If you have fuel in the fuel line all the way to the carb, it should start fine with a carb cleaning. If not, try taking off the gas cap and blowing into the tank for a few seconds (keep your mouth sealed to the tank so no air escapes) until the gas enters the carb.
1996 Arctic cat ZR 580- 6 inch risers, C+A powder skis, 99 ZR's front suspension, freshly rebuilt engine
1992 Ski doo mach 1 617cc (the beast)
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