If you spent $10000 on a sled it better have a warranty past 100 miles. You should get it in for fine tuning after 300-500 miles. The track will stretch, especially if you added studs. It is also recommended you change the chain case oil after break in. The rest is overkill, so if you can change the oil and adjust the track your golden.
I believe that's standard for Doo's. But it usually takes place after 500 miles. If I remember correctly, I signed a Doo form acknowledging that I was informed that I am to bring it in to the dealer for the check-up or the warranty is invalidated.
Total BS. there is something called the Moss-Magnuson(sp?) Warranty act, if Doo required you to bring back to the dealer, to keep your warranty valid, Doo would have to not charge you. Thus it would have to be Free! Forcing you to use only Doo Oil is the same, Doo would have to supply you the oil for Free.
Here's the answer according to my 2005 Rev Operators Guide, page 32:
Q: Will the entire warranty be voided or cancelled, if I do not operate or maintain my new snowmobile exactly as specified in the Operator's Guide?
A: The warranty of a new snowmobile cannot be voided or cancelled if pre-delivered by an authorized Ski Doo dealer. However, if a particular failure is caused by inappropriate operation or maintanence instructions in the Operators Guide are not followed and, that failure may not be covered under warranty. This includes service work performed by the customer, especially the critical adjustments: ignition timing, carburetion and oil injection/oil mixture.
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