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2007 Polaris Phoenix dies and refuses to start

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I've bought a used 2007 Polaris Phoenix 200... it's in pretty good shape... but after it starts, warms up, a few minutes of my son riding around yard it will die... it refuses to start back until the next day, then same thing again... I've seen this is a problem but haven't found any real answers... my son is driving me crazy to get him back riding... any help is greatly appreciated...

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That’s a great bike the Phoenix.  Take a look inside the thumb throttle cover there’s two wires inside the cover with a plastics partition that separates the wires. Mine was worn out and causing a contact issue.  I separated the wires and the problem stopped.  It’s a rev limiter that interferes with the ignition system.  

This could be your problem.  

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Checked it out and wires are good I couldn't do anything to make a connection between them... I've found one possible issue in the carburetor with the needle that comes in thru top... do you know where the clip came set at factory?

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Had some time today to tear into the Phoenix and found this wasp nest completely blocking in air intake onto air box... I'm thinking this may have been a contributing factor...

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Put on a new carburetor new gas lines new gas filter new air filter... started first bump... let it warm up over 5 mins... took it around the yard and it rand great... came back out 10 mins later started right back up took another pass around the yard and it dies again... refuses to start back up... could it be the coil or cdi box... anyway to test?

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Worked air bubble out of gas filter and it went back to running great... but air bubble keeps coming back... what did I do wrong?

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Nice work on the bike. Is that gas filter going on the right direction ? There is an arrow on it indicating the direction of flow, If yes then to relocate it so it’s in a vertical position. 

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Thanks for the help... my boy had a blast... stalled a couple times over the weekend and backfired a handful of times but ran like a champ...

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