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Thanks for all your help on the suspension. Granted it cost me over $400 to rebuild, but they are SO nice now, and setup for ME and my fat ass.
We cleaned up the carbs last night... will get you some pics, good LORD were they nasty. Can't believe it ran and idled so well before hand!
Here's my questions for you:
What do you recommend for an aftermarket air filter media?
I do not have TPS on ANY of the 3 600XT's I have, all 1996 models. What gives? Will my sled not get proper timing advancement?
The TORS is disconnected, I assume this is OK? Could I mess anything up reconnecting it, since I know which two wires it goes to? (They are hanging loose right next to the carbs)
By the coil, there is a small white connector not connected to anything. Also one coming out of the wires that attach to the TORS wires (that are disconnected.) Are these for aftermarket things? Or what do they go to?
And lastly, is it strange to have THREE, 1996 VMAX 600 XT's.... and have ALL the TORS disconnected, and NONE have TPS?
Thanks again man, you have helped a lot already!
what are your concerns with trailering and a full tank of fuel? i know there is mention of this in several owners manuals but honestly i have never had an issue. i tow alot and i tow alot of sleds. always with full tanks. the trick is is to leave about an inch from the bottom of the filler neck for expansion. like right to the end of that white tube inside the tank. if your tank vents are free from obstruction, you shouldnt have a problem.
as for the shut off, the universal one should be fine. you will find the oem lines to be a metric inside diameter and most fuel shut off valves closer to standard measure. what you run into is a too tight or too loose fit. good quality hose clamps usually takes care of the problem, along with some other tricks.
be sure and get a good quality fuel line if you need to change or add any.
I was under the assumption they all had tps and tors. Thanks for that info. I'll give plugging them I'm a whirl.
As for filter, my piece on the hood is toast as is trim around air box hole. Thinking I'll drop a piece in on top of the inner plate 1/2 way in the box?
Both of the extra wires look to be two or the terminal white clip connectors. One by the coil right under what I believe is the regulator or rectifier? The other comes out of the same wire bundle that the tors sensor plugs into. Your guess is probably right, as I don't have electric start our reverse on any of the 3 sleds.