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#16 eyriebob

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Posted 01 January 2012 - 10:54 PM

Does SLP still make one for the 800R in the rev chassis

Aaen does,exceptional on the 07 if BB

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 05:38 PM

Aaen does,exceptional on the 07 if BB


BB's are a waste of money, all they do is get you higher on the hill and to the top first. They sound cool and go like hell but whoopie doopie, who wants all that? Stay stock, someones gotta be last! lol

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 07:52 PM

BB's are a waste of money, all they do is get you higher on the hill and to the top first. They sound cool and go like hell but whoopie doopie, who wants all that? Stay stock, someones gotta be last! lol

My thoughts exactly, rotax power man! Stock or walk :rofl
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Posted 02 January 2012 - 11:39 PM

My '06 has the Dynoport on it. Not too loud and less weight.
Stock can will be going on eBay soon, I can't see any reason for going back now that I passed the local sound check.
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Posted 02 January 2012 - 11:54 PM

My '06 has the Dynoport on it. Not too loud and less weight.
Stock can will be going on eBay soon, I can't see any reason for going back now that I passed the local sound check.
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Posted 02 January 2012 - 11:57 PM

Can only

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 09:18 AM

Can only


Sooo.... back to topic, stock motor go with stock pipe, mod motor (ported/BB) Aaen pipe.

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 09:52 AM

I've just installed a BRP crate engine in my 2007 800R Summit. I have an SPI pipe and can. I took it to the dyno at Jaws performance in North Gower (Ottawa Canada). Greg (the pipe guru) tells me that the exhaust is making too much back pressure with the SPI pipe and can. He aborted the test at 4.5psig at 7000rpm approaching 147hp. The hp and back pressure were still climbing steadily. He tested with a different can and had the same result. The concern he had is that it would continue to 5 psig and cause engine damage at sustained wide open running. Either the pipe is for a different engine or it is intended for high altitude.

I never wanted this pipe but it came with the sled when I bought it. No mountains to climb here, I just want a reliable sled. I've had a couple of engine melt downs in the short time I've owned this sled. The last issue was blown centre crank seals. I'm looking for a stock pipe but they aren't common in Eastern Ontario. I have found people with 800 HO pipes but I'd rather have an 07 800r pipe to be totally stock. I'm driving it now but taking it really easy.

Note that the jetting is fine. Nice tan color all along.

Does anyone have a stock pipe and can? Western Canada would likely be cheaper shipping than US. Also, I can trade or sell my SPI setup if someone can use it. Does anyone know if an earlier 800 HO pipe would work?

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 11:09 AM

07 summit 800r pipe only...i would bet there are similar results on most pipes out there. There's always a best pipe and sometimes it's the stock one. These newer doos aren't like thee old school poos that you could slap on a pulpit and can and pick up 12 hp.like all the manufactures say...I'd really like to see what an slp does on the dyno.

I'll respond to your email in regards to my pipe if you end up needing it

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Posted 03 January 2012 - 01:31 PM

The 07 pipe was over sized from factory and is best for most, even the big bore guys say stick with stock pipe, few years ago most were raving about the dynoport pipe. Lots of guys say that you shouldn't ceramic coat your pipe, black pipe with clading is best, you want the heat in the pipe. Wished i never bought my can ceramic coated, that side get's filled with snow and never melts... plus the dam thing is bleeding rust and looks like "edit for bad language" if i don't polish it every now and again.

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 08:28 AM

I found a pipe that was supposed to be from an 07 800r but the number doesn't match with the online Skidoo parts list. The number 054560 is stamped on the flange and the can is 054445. The can also has a hole for a temperature sensor and I don't think mine needs that. I tried looking through the parts list for every machine from 2006-2009 and I can't find these numbers. Does anyone know what they are and if they will work on my 07 800R???

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Posted 15 January 2012 - 04:38 PM

I found a pipe that was supposed to be from an 07 800r but the number doesn't match with the online Skidoo parts list. The number 054560 is stamped on the flange and the can is 054445. The can also has a hole for a temperature sensor and I don't think mine needs that. I tried looking through the parts list for every machine from 2006-2009 and I can't find these numbers. Does anyone know what they are and if they will work on my 07 800R???


Disregard this post. The pipe doesn't fit. I think I have the genuine article coming in the mail.

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Posted 29 January 2013 - 11:54 PM

I believe I have the stock pipe that came with my 07 800r  on the machine still and it says 054055 on the pipe !!!  have hps can,,, stock other than that,, 1000 miles on sled and original motor,,, 






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