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  1. You probably removed the stator when you didn't...

    You probably removed the stator when you didn't have to. The AC voltage output, from each section, is the definitive test. The engine only starting when primed with gasoline (starting fluid is a...
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    If you disconnect the 40 pin connector from the...

    If you disconnect the 40 pin connector from the EMM, grounding pin 40, brown wire, will turn the fuel pump on, without the engine running. You'll hear it run. Be careful with your hands around the...
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    The display is normally on all the time--even...

    The display is normally on all the time--even when engine is not running.

    Check for supply voltage, at the display connector, and also check the pins for corrosion. Per the wiring diagram.
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    As HiPeRcO suggested, measure the DC voltage on...

    As HiPeRcO suggested, measure the DC voltage on the white/red wire, with everything connected, while cranking. It should be approximately 21 vdc.
  5. Thread: Decals

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    I had my local graphics shop scan mine and make a...

    I had my local graphics shop scan mine and make a decal. It is not raised, of course, but otherwise near identical. Here is a photo of some installed, after a hood/cowling re-paint.
    ...
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    "Indexing" spark plugs stems from drag racing. ...

    "Indexing" spark plugs stems from drag racing. The actual gain in performance is in-discernible in terms of the "seat of the pants feeling". In racing, you're always scrapping for every fraction of...
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    Your EMM likely requires repair. HiPeRcO would...

    Your EMM likely requires repair. HiPeRcO would be my recommendation for such. See post #12.
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    The stator and flywheel magnets are OK. Check...

    The stator and flywheel magnets are OK.

    Check the DC voltage on the white/red wire (21/45 vdc power supply), as HiPeRcO suggested in post #12. The white/red wire feeds power to each of the...
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    Remove the large, 40-pin plug from the EMM. ...

    Remove the large, 40-pin plug from the EMM. Identify pin 40, which has a brown wire terminated upon it. Ground pin 40, but be careful not to distort or scrape the plating from the pin receptacle...
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    radio-active, I have the red Polaris,...

    radio-active,

    I have the red Polaris, identical to that pictured, NIB. Make me a reasonable offer and its yours.

    PN: 2874882
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    Probably, I don't remember. I purchased one of...

    Probably, I don't remember. I purchased one of the 2003 Virage i new. I had trouble with misses almost immediately. I replaced the NGKs with Champions and I had no troubles after that. Whenever I...
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    Your "miss" symptoms are identical to what I...

    Your "miss" symptoms are identical to what I experienced with NGK plugs. The QC10PEP Champions resolved that issue.

    Also, K447 has information, within his info pages, regarding the flame arrestor...
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    $175.00

    $175.00
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    If you need a replacement, I have one.

    If you need a replacement, I have one.
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    Also, I've utilized a product, NuHull, on the...

    Also, I've utilized a product, NuHull, on the yellow scum on the lower portion of your hull. Spray it on with the hand pump sprayer, let sit for a few minutes, and hose it off. It is hard to...
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    The red and the white portion are dye colored gel...

    The red and the white portion are dye colored gel coat. The silver areas are painted. What this means: You can get very aggressive with a buffer/rubbing compound on the red $ white areas without...
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    Like most, I found out the hard way about the...

    Like most, I found out the hard way about the locknut on the steering stop bolt. It seems everyone of these I have done, at least one of the bolt-nuts galls. I don't waste much time fighting them. ...
  18. Both of mine still have working ECS. That being...

    Both of mine still have working ECS. That being said, the only reason I know this is because I intentionally duplicated the minimum speed, above 5 mph on the display, and fully clocked the steering...
  19. Ditto radio-active's suggestion. The Enhanced...

    Ditto radio-active's suggestion. The Enhanced Steering Control (ESC) actually plugs in between the TPS and the EMM. So you have to bypass it by plugging the TPS directly into the EMM.

    If that...
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    I would start by checking the fuel pump intake...

    I would start by checking the fuel pump intake screen for debris/contaminates. See this thread.
  21. As to your LR503, it can be bypassed. See K447's...

    As to your LR503, it can be bypassed. See K447's info pages for details on how to bypass:

    http://polarispwcknowledge.shorturl.com/first-things-to-do

    As to your report of running sluggish, have...
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    1. Disconnect the small plug from the EMM, which...

    1. Disconnect the small plug from the EMM, which is the stator wiring harness.

    2. Identify the pins for each section of the stator, from the link I gave you post #3.

    3. Similar to measuring...
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    Possibly. I'd suggest you check the AC voltage...

    Possibly. I'd suggest you check the AC voltage output of each stator section. An open stator section(s) or magnet separation from the flywheel could be other causes.
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    It appears you have an open stator section. This...

    It appears you have an open stator section. This would coincide with the previous symptoms you reported.

    The only thing that is powered from the 12 volt battery system, on a Direct Injected (DI)...
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    Your symptom of having to prime with gasoline to...

    Your symptom of having to prime with gasoline to start is a known Engine Management Module (EMM) failure. However, first check the DC voltage on the white/red wire (21/45 VDC power supply) that...
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