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Ran sled today, ran fine, changed clutch clickers from 3 to 2, then bogged down before 8000 rpms, let off throttle, hit it again bogged down a 7000. Then it seemed like everytime I hit the trottle you could hear the bogging sound. Checked plugs both looked tan. The sled seemed to Idel good just acted like it was starving for fuel, air, or spark with trottle??? Going to set the clutch clickers at 3 again to see if that is the problem, but I would not think so??? HELP going north in 2 weeks.
 

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It's got to be a clutch issue. Your secondary spring setting is too soft and th ebelt is going down into the sheaves too quickley therefore bogging down your engine. I'm not a Ski-Doo clutch expert but I do know Polaris clutching. shane
 

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Check your battery. had the same problem with my indy. Either you have the wrong battery or it is dead. Hope this helps.
 
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