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  1. The genuine PVL manufactured Gen III magneto...

    The genuine PVL manufactured Gen III magneto stator for the red Polaris engine tends to be reliable.

    The genuine PVL stators are no longer available new, so sellers of ‘new’ stators for the red...
  2. You can check the static ignition timing using a...

    You can check the static ignition timing using a 9 volt battery and an ohmmeter. This is part of the stator test for the Hall Effect sensors. That will tell you if the electronic trigger going to the...
  3. Is it somehow possible there is liquid fuel...

    Is it somehow possible there is liquid fuel pooled in the bottom of the crankcase, flooding the cylinder with so much fuel fume density that it cannot ignite?

    Try cranking again with just mag...
  4. Check that you have the firing order correct. ...

    Check that you have the firing order correct.

    Use the single cylinder at a time test. I have posted the test method details elsewhere on here.

    Get the MAG cylinder by itself to fire and start...
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    The oil pump has a flat ‘prong’ on the rear end of the oil pump shaft. That flat engages with a slot on the front of the crankshaft snout.

    The white plastic coupler snaps onto the hex flywheel...
  6. Tip: Click this link. Read everything. ...

    Tip: Click this link.
    Read everything.
    Knowledge restored ;)

    http://polarispwcknowledge.shorturl.com/first-things-to-do
  7. Maximum two minutes on the garden hose. The...

    Maximum two minutes on the garden hose. The driveline seals are not cooled when the engine is run while the jet pump is not-submerged.

    The thermostat and engine temp warning sensor are not...
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    I do not like things that ‘fix themselves’.

    It can unfix itself later, again (:
  9. We all make mistakes. You might guess why I put...

    We all make mistakes. You might guess why I put the red tape on my own batteries :-?

    It is an industry-wide error that the common Powersports battery designs, widely used, have both battery posts...
  10. So you have a genuine original Gen I magneto...

    So you have a genuine original Gen I magneto stator - hmmm.

    There might be enough resale value in a ‘known good’ Gen I stator to partially pay for a Gen III CDI. Then find a good used OEM Gen III...
  11. Original or Gen III ignition update CDI installed?

    Original or Gen III ignition update CDI installed?
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