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2001xcr 800

Discussion in 'Aggressive/Gen2 Platforms' started by Norbert Comé, Feb 21, 2017.

  1. Norbert Comé

    Norbert Comé New Member

    Messages:
    5
    Location:
    Sturgeon falls
    Country:
    Canada
    Years Snowmobiling:
    29
    Snowmobile:
    Polaris 2001 Xcr 800&2012 Polaris switchback pro r 800
    I need help if anybody can help me ?????
     
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  3. Garth

    Garth New Member

    Messages:
    9
    Location:
    Barrie, ON
    Post up your issue/question.
     
  4. Norbert Comé

    Norbert Comé New Member

    Messages:
    5
    Location:
    Sturgeon falls
    Country:
    Canada
    Years Snowmobiling:
    29
    Snowmobile:
    Polaris 2001 Xcr 800&2012 Polaris switchback pro r 800
    I need to know if that alright to have compression of 120/140/120 the sled runs good but when hot need to press trotle to get it going again
     
  5. Norbert Comé

    Norbert Comé New Member

    Messages:
    5
    Location:
    Sturgeon falls
    Country:
    Canada
    Years Snowmobiling:
    29
    Snowmobile:
    Polaris 2001 Xcr 800&2012 Polaris switchback pro r 800
    Is it my jugs that need to be changed what can cause that
     
  6. Dr.Notadoo

    Dr.Notadoo Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    799
    Location:
    Richmondville
    that is a carb. issue on a warm restart,its to rich on the bottom and the added air flow from opening the throttle will lean out and help starting the sled. first easy thing to do is turn up the idle a bit, not much this will help but most likely be changing pilots jets and or air jet #..
     
  7. polaris754

    polaris754 New Member

    Messages:
    3
    Location:
    michigan
    Country:
    USA
    Years Snowmobiling:
    20
    Snowmobile:
    17 xcr 800, 2000 xcr 800 x2 95 xlt sp
    compression should be 140 across
     
  8. Mike-DRH

    Mike-DRH New Member

    Messages:
    13
    Location:
    Hastings
    Country:
    USA
    Years Snowmobiling:
    40
    Snowmobile:
    2019 Polaris Rush 800
    Don't panic until you at least get the carb issue figured out. It's possible you have a cylinder flooded, flooded cylinders will seal better than non-flooded and show slightly higher compression numbers. And because nobody has ever had a compression gauge calibrated I wouldn't worry about anything over 100 if it runs good.
     

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