Polaris ATV Junkie!
Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: DeKalb illinois
If you don't mind mixing then that is always the best option as you guarantee oil usage. I like to keep the oil injection because we fill up a lot at the pump. I also carry gas as we aren't always able to get to a pump on a tank. I've never had a problem with an injection pump so I'm not really sure how to test one. Try Gen3usa.com website as that's where the two stroke models are really talked about.
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Mine - 2013 polaris sportsman 800. 28x9x12 and 28x11x12 ITP mega mayhems on 12x7 ITP black steel wagon wheels, 4500# venom winch, rear tool box.
Hers - 2008 Yamaha wolverine 450. 26x12x12 super grip super lites rear, 26x9x12 super grip super lites front, 1 1/2" spacers all the way around, pro mark 3000# winch on custom mount, HMF pipe, K&N air filter, jet kit, custom rear rack with seat/toolbox and 5 gallon gas can mount.
Daughter - 1999 polaris scrambler 500 4x4. 22x12x10 bear claws rear, 23x7x10 bear claws front, reinforced rear swing arm (long story), 4" lift kit in rear, 3000# promark winch on custom by me front bumper, rear cargo box.
Sons - 2000 polaris scrambler 400 4x4. 22x12x10 bear claws rear, 23x7x10 bear claws front, 4" lift kit in rear, rear cargo box
2008 Yamaha wolverine 450
2004 Yamaha warrior 350
1999 Yamaha blaster 240 big bore
1995 kawasasaki Mojave 250
2001 Polaris sportsman 90
2008 kolpin 90
1985 Suzuki lt250R quadracer