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Does anyone know if my Polaris will run up around 9000 feet elevation? It is not fuel injected...I am trying to decide whether to take it or not on my vacation the first week of august.
 

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Shouldn't have a problem, some folks that I know will drain the fuel tank and change the air filters. Get their fuel up in the mountains, they have a lower octane rating and motors are not as likely to heat up. I have rode them years ago up on a dude ranch and had no problems.


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Rode mine all over up there last summer fireman.. no problems. '04 Yamaha and
not fuel injected.

Dont leave it behind! You'll regret it when ya get there.

Take yer gps and remind me in a couple of weeks and I'll
give you my Colorado atlas and gazeteer.. gotta have it.
 

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you know what i thought

honda and yamaha will do fine better rejet the polaris
 

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Originally posted by Bronco Brian
What your going on vacation for I wouldnt be riding a Polaris;)
I'll git plenty of time in THAT saddle too....hehehe...ya see, my daughter is taggin along, gots to have something for her to do too!!!!:wink:
 

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I had a 400 2 stroke Polaris that we took when we went elk hunting. We camped at 8000 ft and hunted up to 11000 ft. The polaris dealer had me to rejet it. It ran great but don't know how it would of been if I hadn't rejetted it. Take it along you'll have a great time. Have a great day xx75-Billy Bridges
 

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Originally posted by huntforfunnfood
you know what i thought

honda and yamaha will do fine better rejet the polaris
 
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