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    Carb jetting with the roller secondary.

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    • Member since
      December 2006
    • From: Minnesota
    Carb jetting with the roller secondary.
    Posted by rfs004 on Wednesday, January 10, 2007 12:15 PM

    Dear Sirs,

         I have an '02 RMK 700 Vertical Edge.  My son has an '04 RMK 700 Vertical Edge.  His sled was built with the Team roller secondary.  I have bought a Team roller secondary identical to the one on his '04 RMK.  According to the jetting charts, the '04 is jetted one step richer at all temps and altitudes than my '02.  Is this because of the roller secondary and will I need to jet my sled the same? 


    • Member since
      July 2005
    • From: New Baltimore
    Posted by jtssrx on Wednesday, January 10, 2007 3:00 PM

    No. I'm not a polaris guy but different jetting from year to year has abslutly nothing to do with your clutch config. The Motor's may have differnt porting, Compression or Timing which would cal for more or less fuel.


    Most time through testing OEM's make changes to sleds year to year including jetting to improve performace. 

    • Member since
      January 2007
    Posted by Experts on Thursday, January 18, 2007 10:22 AM
    Between 2002 and 2004 Polaris added the PERC to the sleds. This changes the needle calibration, and idle tuning to allow the PERC to work properly. They also changed the airbox design, they may look alike but have different part numbers and these changes affected the main jet calibration between the two sleds. The drive cluches use the same weights and springs so the Team Secondary should just bolt on and will not require any jet changes.

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