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Fitch Fuel Catalyst
One of the largest fleets of gasoline-powered equipment that sits idle for long periods of time but needs to operate properly at a moments notice is in the hands of the U.S Military. How do they keep the gasoline fresh in all of their vehicles? The federal government recently awarded... Read more
Advanced Power Systems, makers of the Fitch Fuel Catalyst, have added in-line units to their product line. These in-line units are primarily intended for use in automotive applications, and in no way replace the drop-in units we use in our gas cans and recreational vehicles. Since we all own cars... Read more
2002 April

2002 April

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The 2003s Brand by Brand:   Polaris Ski-Doo Yamaha Arctic Cat BLADE   The Best of 2003   Best Mountain Sled Best Trail SledSnow Shoot 2003 McCall Idaho First Test 2003 Yamaha RX-1 2000 Mile Test on the Ski-Doo MXZ REV Early Snow Machines In Retrospect: the 2002s First... Read more
2002 December

2002 December

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2003 New Model Reviews   Arctic Cat ZL Arctic Cat MC 900 1M Polaris XC SP Polaris Vertical Escape Ski-Doo MXZ Adrenaline Ski-Doo Summit Highmark Xtreme Yamaha RX-1 Yamaha SXViper BLADE Outlaw SnowTest on Fitch Fuel Catalyst The Inner Compas by Nick Jans   Read more
2004 October / November

2004 October / November

June 3, 2016 0
  Give Your Adrenaline Some X Appeal Yamahas Mono Shock RA Suspension Welcome to Iceland – Fusion and RMK 900 Product Validation Bender Racing SXViper Single Exhaust TPI Intake Valves Sled Brite Belly Pan Cleaner Altimate Escape Boots RU Outside Chinook & Rodeo Boot Socks Klim PowerXross Gore-Tex Pullover... Read more
Every year, a number of snowmobilers are surprised to learn how quickly gasoline deteriorates in their snowmobile. Either the sled doesn’t start after a “normal” period of storage, or it won’t idle (or run properly) after coming out of storage, or the sled doesn’t start as soon as it gets... Read more
Our friends at Black Magic Racing reminded us to remind you to go out and start up your sled, like right now. Seriously. Where is your sled and how did you put it away at the end of the season? Did you take the gas out of the carbs? Did... Read more
So when old gas gums up the carbs on your sled, what jets are most often affected? Usually it is the pilot jets; the sled doesn’t want to run very well at just above idle or at idle unless the choke is applied is a typical symptom at fall start-up.... Read more

Plugged Pilot Jets

Tech Shorts September 25, 2004 0
Make no mistake, a bunch of us will be greeted by plugged pilot jets when we go out and try to fire up our sled for the first time this fall. Fuel related issues continue to be a problem when storing vehicles, snowmobiles included. Sleds (and engines that sit during... Read more