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andrew0907

polaris 330 very little power. any help or suggestions?

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Need more info does it rev ..... or fall flat? anything eles you can think of would help.  (I am gonna guess you mean from the engine not the 12V system)

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check drive belt

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Carb issues, or worse yet is pistons and rings.

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more info please

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