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The only number I've seen thrown around in any official release is 233k, which they have to be truthful about or else be in trouble with the SEC since they are a publicly traded entity. I'm also willing to bet at least 10% of those don't even exist any more ( totaled, parted out, etc).
They will actuate them and flow test as well as part of the cleaning to make sure they are still good.
Guaranteed the spray pattern is screwed up and thats why you are having idling issues, the ecm cant compensate enough to maintain idle.
Pull the injectors and have them professionally cleaned if they were that screwed up.
InjectorRx in Texas is one place that has the equipment & wiring harness to do the Polaris injectors, they get $18 per injector plus your shipping to get them there.
Much cheaper than doing a top end if you...
Only thing I'm seeing thrown around elsewhere is dealers being told to block out 1hr to 90 minute timeslots for the repair and that it will apparently be released the end of the month.
The are likely building up an inventory of fix-it kits and fixing the ones on the assembly line first to keep...
It does, but I think a lot of things have to line up to make it happen. That's why the failure rate is so very, very low.
I can see a scenario with the pump being in a locked rotor condition on startup causing a spark to ground. Polaris has open contacts on their ground, they also boost the pump...
I think you already answered your own question, no professional shop in their right mind would let that back out due to liability. If someone lost steering ability and caused an accident because of that failing down the line, they would be done if it got traced back to them knowingly ignoring...
They likely firmed up their component orders much earlier this year to help delivery, thats why product and color choices were constrained. I also thought they moved some dirt product production from Roseau in order to help the snow product line run continuous this year
More than likely complete if its arriving this early, they were only shipping incomplete product in late fall to speed up final delivery to the consumer when the parts showed up. Much harder to hold & ship an entire sled than send smaller components via Fedex or UPS.
Let me start by saying don't think of this like an automotive 12v system.
I believe there's a rectifier in that part of the circuit, separate from the voltage regulator, that controls the voltage to the battery. That regulator you tested controls voltage to the headlight, handwarmer, & ignition...
Polaris had a 1 page supplement to the manual in those days with all the specifications & clutching recommendations. They since got smart and included that info right in the manual.
I found and attached a copy for your sled
I think you are going to have problems keeping it cool in that chassis since the RMK coolers aren't really meant for trail riding.
You'd be better off juicing up an Assault since you are only going 146 anyway, not to mention the rear suspension is designed more for trail than the KHAOS skid.