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  1. Hi Folks, This is my first post... I have a 2004 Outlander Max XT that stalls out above 900 feet (yes, 900, not 9,000'). It progressively gets worst the higher you go. I have consistently returned to the same location / elevation and it always "acts up" above 900' and gets worst up to 1,900'. I have cleaned the carb and replaced most all seals & jets with a rebuild kit. When it happens, I am completely on my own. It will not start again without a 1/2 hour+ wait unless... I can sometimes manage to temporarily get it running in short (15 second - 2 minute) bursts by: 1. Draining the carb 2. Waiting a few minutes 2. Spraying starter fluid into the carb 3. Starting it, then slamming it into gear 4. Going like heck (wide-open throttle) 5. If it starts, it will then give me a short burst until it succumbs/stalls again 6. Repeat until I drop below 800-900', then it runs fine I was thinking of putting in after-market jets, but I would rarely go above 2,000' around here and possibly up to maybe 5,500' in other parts of the state (Alaska). So I am here at this forum looking for a few suggestions. FYI - I live at sea-level or there-abouts and there are no dealers anywhere close. Thanks for your time.
  2. I have a 2007 Outlander MAX XT. I had a major problems getting it started this spring. I went through three spark plugs before I went more then 18km. When it starts I don't have any power for about 0.1km and it will often stall. Once it gets going it runs fine (went for a short 30km run last weekend with no problems). Last night it started fine but then cut out after less then 2 minutes while letting it warm up (currently -15 deg celcius -27 with wind chill) This morning it wouldn't start at all. There are a number of Outlanders here in town which all seem to be working fine but they are all older models. Could this just be because it is so cold? Or are there some other test I should do to help diagnose this problem? Thank you
  3. Bombardier, Trax Max, 2003 Having problem with engine idle. Have to run higher RPM to keep it from dieing. Sometimes after running for half hour or so problem gets better, sometimes it doesn't. It just doesn't seem to be running right at low speeds. Only has 250 miles. Anyone have suggestions? Thanks
  4. I have a 2009 Outlander Max LTD which I swamped a few weeks back. Went through the routine of draining everything and changing the oil & filter until I had everything flushed out and good clean oil. Now my machine fires up no problem when cold, does not appear to be burning any oil, no active P codes. After I ride for about an hour and everything is good and warm, when I shut the machine off and go to fire it up again, it turns over really hard like the battery is dead. It will start again after some coaxing. Then I can ride again no problem and it starts fine after I get it loaded, get back to town and unload. This has me worried that I am going to get stuck out in the woods with a problem machine. I suspect that maybe I have a scuffed piston or stuck rings? But before I go tearing down the engine and spending a bunch of cash, I was wondering if anyone out there has seen the same type of problem?
  5. I have a 2006 Outlander 400 Max XT that quit running. I checked everything basic I know of...it's getting fuel, has spark and the compression is good. The engine will turn over but will not fire. Is there some kind of ECM or something that might have gone bad?
  6. She's brand new Just got it in the mail this past Saturday Changed my mind about what im doing with my bike. So here it is up for sale. Viper Max 4000lb winch comes with a snatch block and the roller fairlead has the "Aircraft Grade" wire rope.(as it says on the box) There was supposed to be a winch cover included, it was not included, im working that out right now. If i get my hands on it, it will be included once i get it. $160 shipped Paypal preferred. How ever, i will accept money orders also. Any questions? Just PM me or reply here. Thanks
  7. The 500 H.O. EFI is a machine to be reckoned with. With 54% more power than Honda Rubicon 500, and even 22% more than the new-for-2006 Polaris Sportsman 500 EFI, you can expect class-leading power, handling and performance every time you get on. Plus, it has all the great Outlander features, such as, Visco-Lok automatic front differential, SST frame, TTI rear suspension and more. - [bombardier] Includes everything on the Outlander 500 H.O. EFI, specifically designed for two riders. XT added-value package includes all the extra equipment you want - factory-installed. MAX-specific features: Customized chassis with proactive riding position for passenger Ergonomic passenger backrest Multi-position passenger handgrips Raised passenger floorboards Convertible Rack/Seat system [CRS] with totable box Ability to ride with passenger or ne-up with added gear XT model features: Cast aluminum rims 2,500-pound [1,134 kg] BRP XL2500 winch by Warn‡ Roller fairlead Handlebar and wired remote winch controls Aggressive tread Carlisle‡ ACT radial tires Heavy-duty front and rear bumpers Handguards 2007 Bombardier Outlander Max 500 H.O. EFI XT

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