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    iqr bogging problem

    My 07 iqr 440 has been running fine all year in the cold, I took it out for a rip yesterday and it was bogging out off the line and there was just no bottom end, the tip end was fine, I'm just wondering what the problem is I was thinking carb jets but I'm sure

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    clean your carbs
    different fuel?
    did you mess with the timing dial?
    a bazillion factors here, and your question is very vague

    and you should have done your post in the Polaris section.....this section is for showing your sled off.
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