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  1. REV-GEN 4: MXZ Perf. Trail 129/ Renegade 137
    My sled has always had a harder time starting when cold out compared to other 850’s, it will start once and stall out as others just fire right up and even when in a heated garage will stumble a bit uppon startup on occasion. Sled is 100% stock by the way. But today it was worse than its even...
  2. REV-XP/XS Chassis: Perf. Trail 120-129 Inch Models
    Is anyone having any issues with their 600 etec's bogging after a cold start? Runs like a champ after its warmed up and is showing no engine codes.
  3. MXZ / Legend / Summit / Grand Touring / Formula
    HI all, Having an issue with cold starting a 1999 formula deluxe 500 fan. For starters, the electric start works, at least it turns over the engine, but it will never start it if it is cold. You need to pull start it and this takes a solid 30 pulls before it fires. I'm hazarding a guess that...
  4. MXZ / Legend / Summit / Grand Touring / Formula
    I have downloaded the service manual set and read myself bug-eyed trying to understand how the choke works. The new-to-me machine runs flawlessly once I pull the plugs, dry the cylinders and plugs out, then start it without choke and open throttle. The mechanic at the shop where I bought it...
  5. REV-XR/XS Chassis: 4-TEC 1200 Perf. & Trail Models
    Dear All, we are preparing an expedition and would like to get some feedbacks from your experience with the 1200cc's in very cold temperatures and NO electricity available. We will use SKIDOO 1200cc Renegades, Yr 2013. We expect terrible cold temperatures. The sleds are parked outside...
  6. REV-XR/XS Chassis: 4-TEC 1200 Perf. & Trail Models
    Had troubles starting at -30 and below over the Holidays (2010 Renegade). Consistent starts at -20 below but this is the first time we experienced these temps. Planning on putting in a battery heater as well as mounting a battery tender under the hood. Plan was to wire both to a single outlet...
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