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Hey guys, just looking for ideas here.. I took the kids for a spin around the fields today, about 8" of fresh powder. Sled seems to run ok, about -20C outside. After a bit sled wouldn't idle unless I held the throttle for a bit. After a while it was the opposite, sled was idling way to high as though lean. Would ice in the carbs from all the snow, temp etc. make it act like this? Pulled sled into shop and removed airbox and sled idles fine again. plugs are a light tan colour. Ive got the air box in the house thawing out right now. I've cleaned the carbs, checked for leaks etc. not long ago(I just bought sled a while ago and this is about the third time running it.) I really don't feel like cooking a piston.
 
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