Medicmike

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  1. Took my Polaris 800 midsize to a dealer for side by side not coming out of gear with out force. Seems to be idle to high. There response was the battery had corrosion on it and that caused the side by side to idle up and that's why it was hard to get out of gear so now they saying I owe 100.00 even after buying a 1400.00 dollar warranty. I checked the battery a few weeks prior to going to shop with it and did not notice any corrosion. Is the problem dealer says possible? Help got to go up there tomorrow and talk with them Quote Edit
  2. Took my Polaris 800 midsize to a dealer for side by side not coming out of gear with out force. Seems to be idle to high. There response was the battery had corrosion on it and that caused the side by side to idle up and that's why it was hard to get out of gear so now they saying I owe 100.00 even after buying a 1400.00 dollar warranty. I checked the battery a few weeks prior to going to shop with it and did not notice any corrosion. Is the problem dealer says possible? Help got to go up there tomorrow and talk with them
  3. My 2000 Suzuki 50jr was making a clunking sound and quit. Got a compression gauge was able to only get 30 psi. Here is a pic of piston what's going on here. Checked the rod has slack side to side where the piston came off, does not feel like up and down is bad for slack. Was going to rebuild top end but not sure now what are the thoughts about crank bad? The noise was like a popping sound only under load pick up rear tire no noise. My son starts to ride the popping sound returns. New chain front and rear sprocket. Would the piston make that sound only when under load or would it make popping sound all the time, just trying to narrow it down. Need help my son ready to ride his first dirt bike