Whats more amazing is the sled seems to run perfect. lolNow that's what I've been talking about with the glowing red muffler. Click here for what I posted back in 2015 about it. Not sure what thread it was, but I wasn't kidding that the 600s can grown ridiculously red hot to the point illuminating the trail like a red neon light! You can google search daag44 glowing muffler site:dootalk.com
I have never seen an 800 HO survive this, only the 600 HO SDI and the 1000 SDI. For the 800 HO this is a first for me.
Fantastic picture TwoRevs!
First one that I know was ever posted on DooTalk!!!
Take another look at the picture and see the big hole in the side panel lolShows just how well the asbestos and the heat shield works and why you want to keep the reflective tape on the inside of that right side panel.
And it shows the benefit of a more straight thru "muffler".
One the bold I have never seen this before other than sleds that caught fire lol
Hard to see the hole on my phone here, but what the heck, free side panel venting,, well sorta free as everything comes at a cost.
It can get that hot in the midrange too! BRP appears to have made all their MY2006 sleds run leaner to meet the first wave of EPA. I don't know why this 2004 would be running so hot. Of course a popular subject back then was how rich the early 600HO and 800HO were running stock, so many of them got the performance jetting without paying attention to EGTs :huh:Second look at the pic, there's some spots that are white hot,,,,I'm impressed that 800 lived for 10 miles wot!
He painted it with black 1300 degree rustoleum when he put it back together.. and its still black lol:bighair
The y-pipe should also be light grey.