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  1. Polaris Snowmobiles
    Hey all! Time to get back wrenching to try and get my sled actually running for this winter... When I tucked the XLT away for the summer I had the engine torn down to the crank and couldn't get the flywheel off. Still won't budge so trying to get in into a shop to both get that apart and also...
  2. Polaris Snowmobiles
    So I've been silent a few weeks, basically haven't been able to resolve the issues with my 95 XLT Touring running poorly, so I'm going to crack it open, assess the situation and likely full rebuild over the summer. Top to bottom. I might be jumping the gun, but wondering on some insight for...
  3. Engine / Drivetrain
    So in my last two posts I've been dealing with trying to get my XLT running. 10 miles on it so far this winter between 3 runs, all of which ended in me limping back to the garage. Carbs meticulously cleaned twice, fuel pump & filter replaced, lines inspected, oil pump adjusted electrical...
  4. Polaris Snowmobiles
    Starting a new thread after my low compression issue threads started getting long and off track. So diagnosing my inability to hold idle and poor power, I replaced my fuel pump, ran a new line to the pulse inlet, completely and meticulously cleaned my carbs, checked my clutching, and got it...
  5. Engine / Drivetrain
    So I got the XLT running again. Freshly rebuilt clutch installed, spare recoil housing installed after broken pull cord. Took a bunch of pulls to get it started, but once it did it idled just under 2k, let it warm up and gave it a test out in the field. Clutch seemed to work well. Engaged...
  6. Engine / Drivetrain
    Seems like all the stickied resources are now dead links, so I apologize for starting a new thread... I had started asking about this in my primary post, but figured it warranted its own post. I put my first mile (singular) on the 1995 XLT Touring on the weekend, and it wasn't doing so hot...
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