05-10-2014, 08:57 AM #1
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1995 Polaris SL 750 oil pump question
Hi i have a 1995 polaris sl 750 i replaced the oil injection lines from the pump to the flame arrestor check valves. My question is that is it possible to be sure the oil from the pump to the flame arrestor is providing proper lubrication. Cause at idle it seems as if it is barely flowing
05-10-2014, 10:09 AM #2
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The oil injection system does deliver a rather slow dribble at idle RPM. This is by design as the engine does not need much oil at low RPM to maintain lubrication.
As the throttle is squeezed the linkage to the oil pump increases the oil flow rate.
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