New to this forum, but I have a question regarding a recuring problem on my '95 Polaris XCR 600. Late last year my buddy was riding it, and from what he's told me it just stalled out (like it was flooded) at low speed. We couldn't get it started right away, so we let it sit for a while. We finally got it started, but it ran on 2 cyclinders (the machine is a triple), until the third one kicked in. But it dropped out (off an on), and evertime it kicked back in the engine knocked (I assumed that it was the third cyclinder lighting off the excess gas). I thought I had a plug problem, so I changed the plugs, and checked out the wiring to make sure that I had a proper spark in all three cylinders. Everything was ok. Just last weekend (next riding season), same buddy and I went for a ride, and the machine stalled out again (when I was getting off to check out something on the trail), and would not start. It was flooded, so we waited and eventually got it started, but not before towing it and letting it sit for 20 odd minutes. The machine runs great at high speed, and all the trouble I've been having has been during low speed runs. Things that I've been told to check: clean the carbs, change plugs, check wires, look at water pump. Anybody have any similar experiences? or recommendations/advice?