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I have a 1992 Polaris Sport 440 and one cylinder seems to be starved of fuel while the other one is fine. It won't idle, I can keep it running by flipping the choke on and off real quick every 10 seconds. It will drive on both cylinders up to about 1/3 throttle then any more and the cylinder dies out. It has good spark-new plugs, the carb has been taken apart and cleaned and no noticable problems, and if I remove the fuel line to that carb and pull over the engine there is gas flow. Could it still be a fuel pump problem even though there is gas flow when I pull it over? The intake gasket on that side was bad and I thought that was the problem and replaced it, but it didn't help. Any ideas or suggestions?
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