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i know its been discussed here before, but now, unlike earlier, i have some spare time. what is the pros vs any cons on plugging the decompression holes? i think i read before that the plug was available for the summit. thanks in advance for anyones help
 

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You can get them installed under warranty from your dealer as part of the plug fouling fix from Ski Doo so it makes sence to get them installed for free.
 

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friscospices.com said:
Back ordered, #$%&^%$ anyone no when they will be available from doo.
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Why weite???just weld them!!!
 

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friscospices.com said:
Back ordered, #$%&^%$ anyone no when they will be available from doo.
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I just had mine installed at Robs Performance in WI they may have them. There a sponsor of this site.
 

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REDLINE 1 said:
friscospices.com said:
Back ordered, #$%&^%$ anyone no when they will be available from doo.
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I just had mine installed at Robs Performance in WI they may have them. There a sponsor of this site.
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Did they doo it under warrenty?
 

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I bought mine from them. They had a pretty good inventory of them. I wasn't going to wait around until doo could get them to my dealer. They had hyfax in stock too.
 

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Yes, this installation is covered under warranty. It is part of the update for the plug fouling problem.
 

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HighMarker said:
Yes, this installation is covered under warranty. It is part of the update for the plug fouling problem.
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BULLSH$T!!!! There is no plug fouling update. If you beg and plead with your dealer you MAY get taken care of. An update would imply all sleds get the fix at no cost to the customer...this is not the case.
SHOW ME I'M WRONG!!!!!!
 

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flatlander said:
HighMarker said:
Yes, this installation is covered under warranty. It is part of the update for the plug fouling problem.
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BULLSH$T!!!! There is no plug fouling update. If you beg and plead with your dealer you MAY get taken care of. An update would imply all sleds get the fix at no cost to the customer...this is not the case.
SHOW ME I'M WRONG!!!!!!
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you are correct! my dealer said its a volentary fix. you pay! I paid to have my plugs put in because doo says its also a performance enhancement
 

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freakshow12 said:
flatlander said:
HighMarker said:
Yes, this installation is covered under warranty. It is part of the update for the plug fouling problem.
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BULLSH$T!!!! There is no plug fouling update. If you beg and plead with your dealer you MAY get taken care of. An update would imply all sleds get the fix at no cost to the customer...this is not the case.
SHOW ME I'M WRONG!!!!!!
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you are correct! my dealer said its a volentary fix. you pay! I paid to have my plugs put in because doo says its also a performance enhancement
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I don't know what the deal is but my dealer called me & my cousin to bring our machs in to get the deco plugs put in last week along with br8ecs plugs per ski-doo. So I did.....Ski-doo prolly figured it was cheaper than buying sparkplugs when we were fouling all those br9ecs. Dealer had us running br8es plug till the br8ecs came in....We never fould a single br8es plug though.
 

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freakshow12 said:
flatlander said:
HighMarker said:
Yes, this installation is covered under warranty. It is part of the update for the plug fouling problem.
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BULLSH$T!!!! There is no plug fouling update. If you beg and plead with your dealer you MAY get taken care of. An update would imply all sleds get the fix at no cost to the customer...this is not the case.
SHOW ME I'M WRONG!!!!!!
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you are correct! my dealer said its a volentary fix. you pay! I paid to have my plugs put in because doo says its also a performance enhancement
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THere is no official plug fix bulliten, but Skidoo has a list of suggested fixes (including the installation of the decomp plugs) all which are covered under warranty. All I know is I just had all of these things done and didn't pay a cent!!!
 

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flatlander said:
HighMarker said:
Yes, this installation is covered under warranty. It is part of the update for the plug fouling problem.
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BULLSH$T!!!! There is no plug fouling update. If you beg and plead with your dealer you MAY get taken care of. An update would imply all sleds get the fix at no cost to the customer...this is not the case.
SHOW ME I'M WRONG!!!!!!
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PM'd you with some advice.
 
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