Thanks for the reminder. I did purchase a manual and went through the manual testing resistance, voltages, leaky injectors, throttle sensor resistance, etc.
The only thing I did not check was fuel pressure. The sled does idle ok.
Sometimes it will flood on start up when cold and I remove the injector wires until she kicks over.
I talked to a friend who I bumped into a the Artic Cat shop when I took the sled in on last Saturday and he said they are pigs on gas as he has a 1996 dual carbs but I have a 93 fuel injection.
I see a reply that says 10mpg US which I could only hope for.
The shop will be looking at the sled today(Wed) or Thursday.
I was leary on the TPS (throttle positioning sensor) as the resistance was low when it should of maxed out a 5,000 ohms full throttle. It only read 3200 ohms but when advancing from an idle the reistance climbed smoothly.
I did have a hell of a time working with clutch springs to get rid of a dead spot from 30mph to 50mph when speeding up steady. I would have to hammer on the throttle to get past the dead spot. Working on the clutch springs and fly weights I got it better but not 100%. Maybe the dead spot is something to do with the fuel economy problem and only the clutch rebuild helped a little.
Also installing studs on track. Does it help with fuel economy much?
Hopefully shop will know or find something.
Thanks for the replies. (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org