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After reading all the post on smart vavle's i though i
would go check mine....just got home from putting
50 miles on.....went out to the shop pulled it out
guess what..it was stuck...alway's start's on 2 pull
never seem to loss any power...dont know how
long it was stuck for...had a 1/2 a tank of fuel..
156 miles on it....i just drilled a small hole in the
back of it and came on stuck...just becarfell not to
hit the screen when drilling through just go slow and easy!!
Drill size was one size smaller then 1/8
 

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If you're like me, and are located in the Midwest where we have ZERO snow ... take it to the dealer and have them put in the new update. I took my sled to the dealer in the morning, went to work, and picked it up with a new "updated" valve, as well as the suspension bolts, and tach fix. I can't ride anyway, so it didn't bother me to take it to the dealer. If you're in a hurry, then drill the hole in the rear valve.

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Chris
 

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I did this only as a quick fix untill my new
up dates get in since we have a little snow
here...it cant hurt i dont think!!
 

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took it to my dealer today for the fixes, bolts, smart valves, tach-which also reroutes the plug cable from behind the steering post which I thought was a bad idea to begin with.
 

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They flip the coil around like Rob had posted earlier, change the routing of the plug wires, this should give an accurate reading as some tachs are reading high rpms..
 
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