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Hello,

I have a 1994 arctic cat wildcat 700 EFI, and I hav a few exhaust leaks on my pipes, and such. Will this hurt my sled at all this season? I will replace them next season, hopefully, but i need to know if I can ride it this year without problems.
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Take it apart and use High temp silicone and go threw all the joints! Replace any weak or broken springs. Let it sit over night, before you fire it up! Any leaks other than the joints, can work into big touble!
 

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to do as KC says will only take you a half hour .if you dont fix the leaks it will rob you of power,make a lot of noise, melt wireing or other parts,and may even catch on fire depending on the leaks.
 

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Not to mention, depending on where and how big the leaks are, your back pressure for your fuel is controlled by that. If its too big of a leak you could start running it to rich...
 
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