Last year my 2000 ZR 440 Sno Pro blew a ring while it was idleing. I haven't narrowed it down to one single problem yet.
The throttle cable is three cables. One to either carb and one to the oil injection unit. When the throttle is all they way out (as in idleing), there is no pressure on the oil injection 'lever'.
How far should the cable be tightened? Should I move it to a point where there is always pressure on the 'oil injection lever'?
(If this makes no sense: The cable that actuates the oil injection is slack when the engine is idleing. Should it be tight enough so it is always 'engaging' the oil injection?)
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