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    94 SL750 Stalling

    I have a 1994 Polaris SL750 which wants stalls when water comes over the top onto the seat. It never compeltey stalls however spudders for about 30 seconds until the water burns off. Not quite sure how the water is getting in or what exactly it is doing to make it want to stall. Any suggestions?


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    Check your seat seal!!!!

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^WHAT HE SAID^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    And if the seal seems to look OK, make sure the seat is latching down tight in all three spots.

    Welcome to the forums!!!!

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    Hey 11505 WELCOME to the Green Hulk Forums, great to see another Polaris junkie make it this way.
    The seat can also be adjusted, as the seat seal wears down you should tighten the seat clearance to keep that compartment watertight.
    Check the speedometer water tube as I've seen those leak and spray the carbs as well.
    If it were my ride, I'd strap it to the trailer, back it into the water, remove the seat and run it. You can now verify there are no leaks or anything spraying at the carbs while the engine is running. Be sure to raise the RPM's as sometimes a leak wont rear its ugly head until there is some pressure in the system.
    Let us know what you find!!

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    If the speedometer water tube was leaking, wouldn't that cause the speedometer to be inaccurate because i have clocked my ski with someone else's and we read the exact same speed which would mean that my speedometer is accurate. Also do you know where I can get a new seat seal w/ out going to the dealer and paying their rediculas prices.

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    The old part number has been subbed from a 5521288 to a 2200760 so look for both numbers when searching. Both numbers retail for 55 bucks and atlantic powersports offers greenhulk members a discount so you'd save a couple more bucks.
    Otherwise I guess you can search e-bay for a new one, used will be a waste of time, you already have one of those.

    Good question on the speedometer tube but I don't think a very small hole will be noticable to the speedo. You should also check for water leaks at the exhaust and head gaskets, I've seen them leak at both. I just run mine on the trailer, so you can make sure you have no leaks anywhere.

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