See the ECU thread. (also linked in Hedge's Index)Pls post results. I am going for a laser alignment and will have them flash mine if yours is fixed .Thank. Enjoy the ride.
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Totally agree on that oneI Drive conservatively once in awhile I get on it but not very often I think Polaris made a mistake putting something in that functions differently on how you drive not a very good decision in my opinion
very good advise, makes actualy sense.Shift faster. Seriously. Put pressure on the stick when in gear, push the clutch in and shift it, let the clutch out. Do that 10 times quickly and it changes the program in the ECU to not hang for "everyday folks." Start slacking and you'll get the hang back. Don't skip gears, don't down-shift during stops.
I'm not saying be hard on the transmission, just learn to shift fast if you don't like rev-hang. The first 3 shifts will be a little hard on the clutch plates (don't just jam it in), the next three the engine won't spike as much, then 4-6 shifts later and everything works perfectly. You must be on your game with this "car," at all times. Drive safe, know how to keep it centered in the lane, be a driver, and it rewards you.
Mine went to 3000 rpm as today, scare the crap out of meMine has also done the hang at 3 to 4000 rpm. I have not gotten it higher as of yet. I think we will see an ecm update(reflash) very soon to correct this. I can't see polaris letting this go very long.
If you don't have an early Slingshot i.e. 2015-2016, it shouldn't be doing that. There was an ECM firmware update that resolved the issue.Mine went to 3000 rpm as today, scare the crap out of me