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Currently running YamaCat dual rate ski springs with 150-zbroz front skid spring and 2014 rear torsion springs in the lowest setting. 2016 2” rear shock and all other shocks where re-valved by our recommended vendors. Front skid strap is stock and rear coupling blocks are on 1 if i can read it...
Started at zero out. Went for a 15mile ride to a clubhouse, then no start leaving. Cranked, heard the fuel pump running and had dash light up but no start. The kill switch was in the proper position. I repetitively turned on the key and kill switch, then started. What relay froze?
Last time I...
Tried to pull the upper chain case heavily worn wobble bearing and the bearing came apart leaving the outer race in the chain case. I tried using a bearing puller on the inside of the race and can’t get enough traction. I don’t want to pull the chain case do to back issues. What are the options?
Before I tore the case apart, I replaced the motor and relay and had the same issue. I tore the case apart today; the bearing balls are almost falling out of the cage. The shaft moved about 1/16" up and down. The top gear bushing was good, and the pucks are good.
Reverse issues caused by a bad upper chain case bearing. The reverse gear would not mesh properly not allowing the upper gear to slide. I always filled the oil slightly past the top of the glass sight, so I don't think this was the issue. I'm wondering if I got a knockoff SKF bearing I replaced...
I guess it’s now clear how the Procross frame lawsuit was settled. Just yellow plastic on the 120 and 200cc sleds. Yamaha engines and AC production.
The good is that maybe more kids will be snowmobiling.
Check if your running 6-1 setting in the secondary.
If so, I would add 1 gram in position 2 and try it. Adding mid weight can slightly affect the tip weight helping you get off the limiter, while giving more pull during trail speeds.
Trying to replace the throttle cable and not understanding how it comes out of the throttle block. Seems to be some sort of metal plug pressed in to the block locking into the groove on the cable. What needs to be done to release the cable? The attached picture is the inside of the block.