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  1. #1

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    Jul 2007

    Very High Idle SL 750

    I just got my sled back from the shop and it has an out of the water idle of about 5000 RPM. Have started it 3 times and only run it a few seconds each time because it is out of the water.

    Had the limiter float in the tank replaced because it was previously been limited in top end RPM.

    It is Saturday and shop is closed. Any ideas on how to troubleshoot the problem?

    Checked the throttle cable and it has some play. The butterly valves seem to close well. Hi grade fuel less than a month old put into an empty tank. 110 octane fuel. Have not put it into water because it is a lot of work to get it in on our lake.

    1995 Polaris SL 750

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    Apr 2006
    Campbell, Ca.
    Ho doogrich, WELCOME to the Green Hulk Forums!!
    I moved you here to the general area so others can field your questions.
    Have you tried to turn the idel screw lower and see if the RPM'scome down?
    You might also have a small vacuum leak, try adding a little choke and see if it brings your RPM's down.
    Make sure to set the idle in the water after she's warmed up, roughly 1300RPM.

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