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Just did a bunch of work to my 97 ultra touring that I just got this summer and got enough snow to take it for a spin around the yard tonight and noticed when I get on the throttle, the tunnel under my right foot bows up a little. Just wandering if the torque
recieved by my chaincase should give a little or if this sounds like broken motor mount. Going up to Gaylord in the morning and probably will take it easy on it unless this is normal for polaris, this is my first polaris.
 

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that shouldn't happen. I would check your motor mounts or engine plate. my engine plate was broken recently. could also tighten up your toque stop.
 

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this is common on the ultra. my '96 broke one then i had had it welded but broke again. start off with a new one and build a torque arm off the front of the motor to the shock tower on the pto side and problem solved.
 
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