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I pulled my mag side plug and seen white specs on it ,would it be water in my tank. it's 35 degrees out and i should be burning rich with 310pto and310 mag.("stock" mag side is 290 pto 310)..Thank you Crash Dummy
 

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Not to scare you but is it white specs or grey(aluminum piston) ?
 

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I will take a closer look, I hope it's the gas and not aluminum.Thank you Dave from Madison.[/b]
Put some gas dryers in or STP gas and carb cleaner works great.I alway use it in all my sleds I,ve had and always if temps are going way up and way down . And bringing them in and out of heated shop to work on them or too this weekend we got 18 in of wet snow and mist and ice and then 2 or 3 inches of more snow we rode for 3 days though it all I know my sled sucked water. stp every tank full will keep the shops away.
 

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Put some gas dryers in or STP gas and carb cleaner works great.I alway use it in all my sleds I,ve had and always if temps are going way up and way down . And bringing them in and out of heated shop to work on them or too this weekend we got 18 in of wet snow and mist and ice and then 2 or 3 inches of more snow we rode for 3 days though it all I know my sled sucked water. stp every tank full will keep the shops away.[/b]
""billww"" You hit it right on the button, we were running through alot of snow.(over the top) Today this morning it ran great, normal plug color with no white specs. I had a feeling it was water getting in, I must have a leak somewere maybe my carb boots or my air box. Thank you Crash Dummy
 
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