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new polaris indy 600 2013 plug issues

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    Anyone fouling plugs at idle (warmup) i'm on my 8th plug with 340 miles ...

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    TAKE IT BACK TO THE DEALER SOUNDS LIKE TPS AND CHOKE ARE NOT SET CORRECTLY

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    I'm not on my 8th plug in the last 8 years on my old 600 Polaris. There is something wrong. Get it to the dealer and use that warranty! On second thought, you got a lemon and you should get rid of that sled. I'll give you $5000 for it, and I'll be there this afternoon.

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    Check to see if that sensor plugged into the air horn is on there tight. From what I read on HCS, have to warm up atleast to 100F before you take off. Has some enrichment going on till 87F

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    Quote Originally Posted by david00
    TAKE IT BACK TO THE DEALER SOUNDS LIKE TPS AND CHOKE ARE NOT SET CORRECTLY
    Not sure if I want to do that. I might look at it myself. I seen the horror and mess that the dealers do. Problem is that they hire anyone that proclaims themselves "technician" that is willing to work for next to nothing.

    been there seen it all

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    Try iridium plugs, they are foul resistant.

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    what do you have to lose it's under warranty if they screw it up they fix it for free so what the heck are u doing this sleds are like a car now with computors you need special tools so take there and get it fixed just my two cents worth

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMK-KING
    Try iridium plugs, they are foul resistant.
    X2. I fouled out one plug last weekend and I am going to swap to Iridiums. Warm up the sled to 100 degrees and take it easy till about 110-115. If it keeps fouling take it to the dealer..

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    Quote Originally Posted by RMK-KING
    Try iridium plugs, they are foul resistant.
    X3, 2 sleds with 3 year old iridiums in them...

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    I have been following the same warm up procedure as powderforlife described, I have only fouled one plug since I got the sled. I fouled the one plug when unloading the sled after getting it home one evening and the sled wasn't warm enough when I drove it out of the trailer.

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