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    Do you happen to have any pictures? I just want to make sure I do it right thats all. Thanks for the reply!

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    I have no pics. Simply take the 2 vent lines from each carb to a "t" fitting (Polaris # 7052048), then 1 line from the "t" to the airbox
    below the shelf in the air box using the airbox vent fitting (#7052127) ]I mentioned in my previous post. The link below may although it is
    from a different Polaris sled.

    https://www.polarispartshouse.com/oe...4942104210c006
    2 - 98 Red Rockets
    1 - 136" Edge w/ Fox Clicker, 1.25" Predator, SLP SLT skis
    1 - 136" Xtra-10, 1.25" Ripsaw, IQR skis
    Tempa Flow installed below shelf, carbs vented to air box . 1/8 turn ccw, Elevation: 950
    370 mains, 159 P-4 nozzles, stock 6DH7 needle #2 pos. w/ 1 - .020 EGT shim
    3.5+ UFOs, 17.5 pilots, 1.75 turns on air screws
    black, w2 weights
    Team TSS-04 66/44-.46, red/blue LH spring w/ 3 delrin washers
    20/39 gears

    00 XC 600 136" Edge w/ Fox Clicker, 1.25" Shockwave
    400s T-Flow #1 w/ 1- .030 egt shim
    Pol blu/wht, 10-62s (62.5), 34X, EPI purple #2, 23/40
    Boss seat, Tru-Vert riser, SLP Powder Pro skis





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    Thank you sir! Also having a very hard time as far has finding the hot seat 52 34s helix. Is there something you may now that's comparable to that? I found the 52 38x and seemed to have good reviews on it. Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybird21 View Post
    Thank you sir! Also having a very hard time as far has finding the hot seat 52 34s helix. Is there something you may now that's comparable to that? I found the 52 38x and seemed to have good reviews on it. Thanks again
    Hot Seat (HSP) helixes are difficult to find. The 52/38x is too much helix for a 440.
    "pockets" on https://www.hardcoresledder.com would be a good source. He has done a lot of work and testing tuning Polaris sleds.
    2 - 98 Red Rockets
    1 - 136" Edge w/ Fox Clicker, 1.25" Predator, SLP SLT skis
    1 - 136" Xtra-10, 1.25" Ripsaw, IQR skis
    Tempa Flow installed below shelf, carbs vented to air box . 1/8 turn ccw, Elevation: 950
    370 mains, 159 P-4 nozzles, stock 6DH7 needle #2 pos. w/ 1 - .020 EGT shim
    3.5+ UFOs, 17.5 pilots, 1.75 turns on air screws
    black, w2 weights
    Team TSS-04 66/44-.46, red/blue LH spring w/ 3 delrin washers
    20/39 gears

    00 XC 600 136" Edge w/ Fox Clicker, 1.25" Shockwave
    400s T-Flow #1 w/ 1- .030 egt shim
    Pol blu/wht, 10-62s (62.5), 34X, EPI purple #2, 23/40
    Boss seat, Tru-Vert riser, SLP Powder Pro skis





    http://mrcc.isws.illinois.edu/cliwat..._SNDP_MAPS.htm

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    If my belt to sheave clearance is not right and is to tight...will that cause me begging issues off the line? I've tried to run my sled a little leaner and richer but seems like the sled still runs the same no matter what. I do have the tempaflow installed as well. As soon as I pin the throttle it bogs down then take a few seconds for it to pick up and go. I also have the 074 belt I just haven't dont the sheave clearance yet. Thanks guys

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    Yes, clutches not being happy can cause bogging. Your belt to sheave clearance needs to be correct along with deflection and alignment. Are the clutches in good shape?

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    Clutches are OK but not the best. I was going to rebuild the whole primary and have the clearance done at the same time. Just wanted to see if that could be a possibility of my bogging. Been fighting the jetting but over looked the belt to sheave clearance.

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    Hey gents its been a while. Hope everyone is enjoying the Red Rockets so far this winter. Mother nature has been difficult this year in my area so no real riding yet. Hoping to get my RR out for a ride in the next few weeks. Saw a Youtube of a 440 giving a Skidoo 800 a good run recently. Simonxcr440 was that you??
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    '98 XCR 440 "Red Rocket"

    370 Mains W/TempaFlow Airbox Vented Under Shelf 1/8 Turn CCW
    17.5 Pilots W/UFO's & Torque Flows
    P-4 286 Needle Jet W/6DH7 Needles #2 Position W/1 .020 EGT Shim
    S53Red Weights, Polaris Almond/Gold W/911 Response Cover
    TEAM TSS98 66-44-.46, Red/Blue
    22/41 Gearing
    Camoplast Ice Ripper
    Kimpex Arrow Skis W/Woodys Carbides
    Koso EGT/H20/RPM Digital Gauge

    '16 Switchback Pro-S 800 Snow Check

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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Hot-seat-he...Rn3:rk:43:pf:0
    A good hard, cold fast trail set-up. Price is quite steep for used equipment, but HSP helixes are hard to come by these days.
    2 - 98 Red Rockets
    1 - 136" Edge w/ Fox Clicker, 1.25" Predator, SLP SLT skis
    1 - 136" Xtra-10, 1.25" Ripsaw, IQR skis
    Tempa Flow installed below shelf, carbs vented to air box . 1/8 turn ccw, Elevation: 950
    370 mains, 159 P-4 nozzles, stock 6DH7 needle #2 pos. w/ 1 - .020 EGT shim
    3.5+ UFOs, 17.5 pilots, 1.75 turns on air screws
    black, w2 weights
    Team TSS-04 66/44-.46, red/blue LH spring w/ 3 delrin washers
    20/39 gears

    00 XC 600 136" Edge w/ Fox Clicker, 1.25" Shockwave
    400s T-Flow #1 w/ 1- .030 egt shim
    Pol blu/wht, 10-62s (62.5), 34X, EPI purple #2, 23/40
    Boss seat, Tru-Vert riser, SLP Powder Pro skis





    http://mrcc.isws.illinois.edu/cliwat..._SNDP_MAPS.htm

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    I'm looking for some primary clutch setups for running hill climbs. Some are straight drags and some are not. Looking for a set up for both situations. Thanks guys.

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