i have driven my sled three times this year and the third time it would not go above 4000 rpm and eventually it would move and run perfect i changed the plugs and checked the oil and all was good now the check oil light is on IM STUMPED PLEASE HELP
If there is sufficient oil in the tank the light should not be on. Could be the sensor is toast ( usually pretty rare though ). Is it running on both cylinders? Check for fuel and spark? Have you done a compression test?
get ready to buy a new engine for it . i had a 2001 xcf and i went threwe 9 motors in 2 years. warrenty luckly but my last motor did that u would hold it wide open and it does get any rpm and once and a while its goes a bit faster. i melted down both cylinders taht day. io hope it not taht with urs tho
its running both cylinders the oil is half full thats probally why the light is on i checked the compression a month ago and it was 150psi so its not that but i probally should check it again im gonna change the oil filter and see if that helps
They fry motors because your not jetting right. its a race sled for that year and it is EXTREMLY finiky. you need to rejet every 5 degres were i live. it was a horible motor i ran a modded 488 then a 550 in my 2001 xcf sp chasie.
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