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#1 drizzle02

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Posted 24 June 2020 - 11:08 AM

hey all everyone as excited as me for their spring order? Question, what are must need accessories on the turbo 850? I have a tki belt drive and will have a clutch kit coming also. I mean what other things other than for looks should i get?

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Posted 24 June 2020 - 04:06 PM

Nope, Im not excited to get mine. Im still waiting for summer to arrive.
I’ll be doing the clutching, and putting my enzo tuned shocks in it. Other than that, Nothing else. I just hope to be able to ride it with covid still looming around, with only a two year warranty, for me it may not be worth taking.


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Posted 29 June 2020 - 11:32 AM

HD Bumper and skid plate! You will now be able to qualify for a forestry job thinning the trees :)

 

I would hold off on the clutch kit until you've had a decent amount of time on it, enough to know if/where the clutching needs to be improved. I have two days on one and thought the clutching was pretty sweet, easily the best stock set up i've tried for any new Doo out of the crate. It's very linear and the smooth power is ideal, no "power ban" spot that will literally pull your arms off like other turbo set ups i've had or driven.


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Posted 29 June 2020 - 06:49 PM

Well i have one,  and the clutching can be improved for better driveability  in the lower RPMS.  engagement is to high, harder on belts,
this sled was clutched for 8,000 feet and higher, from engagement 4,000 RPMS to about 5800 RPMS there is no pull, just real revy,
and then starts to pull, very annoying when driving down a road getting to the mountains, harder on fuel also,  it is because of the new ramp 984
and it`s profile,   now with this ramp you get great throttle response because it`s really revy, but you can change to a different ramp and load the engine in the lower RPMS and make it pull and get faster track speed and acceleration and still have great throttle response with the right primary spring. and secondary spring.   some people like the stock clutching and high engagement, and that`s great.  each to his own, I like lower engagement
 and clutch it so it pulls through all the RPMS.   either way it`s a great sled, a really game changer.   for those that have snow checked one, you will love it,



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Posted 30 June 2020 - 01:29 PM

T-motion delete and a rear suspension lockout option. 


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Posted 30 June 2020 - 05:09 PM

The 2021 Turbo will have...

 

Secondary clutch

40 w/black 160/303 spring - all models.

 

Primary clutch

154 turbo

3800 engage with the 951's sea level to 3000 ft. [clicker 3]

4100 engage with the 994 ramps from 3000~10000ft [clicker 2]

4100 engage with the 903 ramps from 10k~12k [clicker 5]

 

165~175 turbo

3800 engage with the 951's sea level to 3000 ft. [clicker 3]

4100 engage with the 994 ramps from 3000~10000ft [clicker 1]

4100 engage with the 903 ramps from 10k~12k [clicker 4]

 

I will have available a primary clutch spring and pivot kit for anyone who wants to keep fairly stock clutching, providing estimated...

3000ish engagement speed for the 951 and

3400ish for the 994 and 903.

 

Im half done a video (started in April) about tuning the 850 turbo clutching, what to do to experiment with the engagement speed to satisfy your own requirements.  Im not going to complete it till I get back from summer camp.  :lol:



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Posted 30 June 2020 - 05:41 PM

Joe, what happened to the 984 ramps,  did ski doo go away from them?
I think you meant 984 ramps  not 994.


Edited by 1709, 30 June 2020 - 05:44 PM.


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Posted 30 June 2020 - 06:46 PM

Buddy, atm, the 984's not in calibration anymore for 2021+ x 850 turbo.

Three new ramps for the 850 turbo summit - 903(nine zero three), 994(nine nine four)  951(nine five one)

 

  • The 951's are the 2017 x 850 stock low elev ramps.


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Posted 30 June 2020 - 06:50 PM

Ok,   and I know why, they don`t use them for 2021.  do you know what the weight of the 994 ramp is?
      the only new ramp is the 994,   they had the 951 for 3000 and below and the 903 for 10,000 and above. for the 2020.5
   850 turbo.


Edited by 1709, 30 June 2020 - 07:23 PM.


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Posted 01 August 2020 - 05:40 PM

some sort of protection for the chaincase and brake rotor. i went with rpm composites for my sled. i also like the radiator/ tunnel protector. 






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