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I spring ordered a 2021 900T...... i'm very interested in learning all i can about my new machine.

I have been following a number of different thread topics, there seems to be lots of good information that needs to be digested and understood.

I have a couple of questions........what is the proper/best way to break in one of these motors to ensure all the internals are able to provide maximum reliable use.

Does anyone have a p/n for the BRP service manual for a 900T, can't seem to find one.

Thanks in advance.........keep all the good information coming in all the other threads.

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what is the proper/best way to break in one of these motors to ensure all the internals are able to provide maximum reliable use.
Just ride it...

Vary the speed and dont ride it like you stole it.

Two tanks of normal casual riding and it is broke in.
 

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boosted 4 strokes are not the same as na

big differences
 

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If you follow the break in procedure in the owners manual you’ll do just fine. Listen to an engineers spec versus old wives tales that came from another era. With the close tolerances, accurate plateau finished bores, and the close control of ignition and fuel they don’t need much break in now, so it’s not an agonizingly long period before you can flog the daylights out of it.
 

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With the 900T, I would not run wide open for miles on end for the first 500 miles, other than that, run it as you normally would. One other recommendation is after every ride weather it be a Drag Race or Trail Ride, is to let the engine idle for a few minutes to cool the turbo.

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With the 900T, I would not run wide open for miles on end for the first 500 miles, other than that, run it as you normally would. One other recommendation is after every ride weather it be a Drag Race or Trail Ride, is to let the engine idle for a few minutes to cool the turbo.

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Yup. This is after a 15 mile pull on a rail grade varying between 70 and 90mph. This was taken with roughly 3,000 miles on the sled...NOT during break-in.
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Another caveat about the turbo is how the high under-hood temperatures do not create any issues with melting any components and/or causing any other damage. Another well thought out design by BRP...

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2019 is 219100985 for the manual
I tried searching for this on Ski-doo.com with no luck. Any chance they changed it?
 

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Yup. This is after a 15 mile pull on a rail grade varying between 70 and 90mph. This was taken with roughly 3,000 miles on the sled...NOT during break-in.
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Mine looks like that pretty much every time I get home.

When I get home I pull up by the garage and leave the sled idling. Next I go in and take my stuff off, then back the sled in. Give the darn thing a few minutes to cool down.

Heck I even let it idle for a little bit when I pull into the gas station.
 
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