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10 hours ago, DriftBusta said:

My brother and I were off trailing and trying to connect with a trail that runs along the border.  We were only about a tenth of a mile from that trail, could see it visually and on the GPS, and I climbed a little off camber bank, and there was a big rock buried and it just threw me right off and back down the hill.  Sled went on the roof and was wfo for about 5 seconds or so before I got to the kill switch.  Spent a couple minutes on the roof before we figured out best way to get it unstuck.  By that time, oil must have migrated to the top end and it was locked up tight.  He started to tow me out, but we figured that eventually the oil would flow back to the crankcase which it did.  Checked airbox, etc., no leaks, oil level normal.  Literally took close to 2 hours before I could get the motor to spin enough to start.  What a pain in the balls, but reminded me to get it upright asap if it ever happens again, and to start connecting the tether to my jacket, which was kind of a rookie move, but this was slow speed goat path stuff we were doing.  :lol: 

What sled was this?

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11 hours ago, Anler said:

Skidoo has made some of the best 600's ever built. 

They'rve always been good to us. He'll, my parents and a guy we ride with all got 2003 Rev 600's, the ones notorious for burning through rings and pistons. My dad and his buddy traded theirs in with over 5,000 trouble free miles and we had my mom's rebuilt at 4,000+ when I got it as a hand me down. It still had full compression, we just did it as a precaution because I have a tendency to beat up sleds lol

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1 hour ago, steve from amherst said:

Sure , rub it in. I put a temp sensor on my 800 last week

It's like I'm back on a cat riding around with spare parts. :lol:

 

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