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I bought my first sled this past fall (an '89 Polaris Indy 500) and love riding it.

I noticed if it is 25 degrees outside, the sled ran a lot better than when it was 45 degrees.

Since the winters in upstate, NY tend to be a little on the warmer side for the most part, what do I have to do to my sled to make it run better in 45 degree weather, than 25 degree weather?

Is it just jetting? Is it something else?

Just to let you know my sled is air-cooled too.

Any help is greatly appreciated.


Jeff
 

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its probally your jetting, i ride in upstate ny to and have to rejet my sled often when the temp varies. You especially have to do this if you have any mods.
 

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o i forgot to explain, the temp affects the air fuel mixture making you sled run lean or rich if you dont adjust you jetting to the temp.If you have any questions email me [email protected], if you live in ny maybe we can ride together next year.
 
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