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I was riding today in temps of 12-16 degrees with -30 windchills and my sled ran really good, but after 40 or so miles it started to idle really high, like at clutch engagement speed. I stopped once to let others catch up and the sled died and would not start. It will fire, but not stay running. Any ideas? Smart valves, etc.? I'm stumped and need to get it going by Friday.
 

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I agree w/Dan. I had the same thing happen 3 years ago.
 

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Water is gas can spell a whole different world of troubles.
 

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This happened about 4 miles down the trail right after filling gas. I filled at a busy gas station, so you'd think it would be okay, but who knows. I'll take a peek at the smart valves, what should I look for?
 
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