Well said, Were do you cut your losses?If I got 115mph GPS out of mine in ANY condition I'd be through the roof. 107mph on the dream meter is a far cry from 115 GPS and I think more guys are around where my sled is then anywhere near 115gps, hense the disappointment. It'd be nice if skidoo gave us a sled that you didn't have to spend countless hours clutching, checking boost hoses for leaks, changing secondary springs and helixes etc! I never once thought it would be a lake Racer like the 998, I did expect more from skidoo than 7700rpm and 107mph at $25000!
Or the SRX isn’t at full throttle .Maybe it’s the one that haven’t been fiddled with.
You just can’t except the true facts that these 2022 turbos are very slow . GPS and Radar guns don’t lie . Brp has a major problem on there hands with the Bosh system that won’t be rectified till after snowmobile season ends .You repeatedly add no value to this forum. I think everyone would be pleased if you took a break from repeatedly posting about how disappointed you are in a sled that you haven’t even taken delivery of. Everyone here gets that a tuned winder is in a different ball park and I don’t think anyone cares to be honest.
I have 6 friends with 2022 Mach’s and one of them got passed by a 600r ski doo .I will pay the same amount for that 600 as I did for my Mach! There is no chance in hell a 600 is passing this thing!
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I didn’t see you guys on the lake of bays todayYou're obviously not a snowmobiler. If you buy a premium sled, you also get premium features you get to enjoy.
I had a 600R and know for a fact you have no clue what you're talking about when talking top speed while we always experiment with GPS runs.
Its embarrassing to know you might be local to me and I might even know you. Your agenda to make a sled look bad has now turned around to make yourself look bad. Time to let it go man. Less talking and more listening might get you what you want to hear.
So back to original programming where this thread is about experimenting with RPM fixes and clutching. Whiners can start your own thread and leave this one alone as we'll end up losing more informative posters.
For now, we're GPSing in the 112-113 mark with probably a couple more mph to be had with miner tuning. Mines bone stock without studs hitting those numbers. These numbers are on par with "stock" sidewinders we tested that were equipped with 1.25 tracks. A 1" track and maybe gearing will do wonders if anyone really needed to get closer to the 120 mph mark. The jury is still out on actual boost levels so time will tell if something needs to be done there.
I have 4 friends that had there 571 belt’s wear out in 200 to 300 km’s range , Brp must have tested this belt along time ago with success . Or is this a belt manufacturer issue ?I suppose, if so that's some crazy amount of wear taking place. I don't have much it the way of belt dust. Anything is possible.
It is a touchy subject, We all know a good portion of Mach’s are not fast . A lot of Mach owners have done there best to make them go faster with some success .That's funny i know 10 mach owners myself amd there all pissed
Aren’t you selling yours?
Before you pick it up?
Before you ride it?
Some are completely outta touch! “Major lack of power”??? Seriously I’ve only seen a couple of other people in person with them and they had all great things to say from there experience. How bout you pick yours up ride it see it you received “slow” one then come here and keep complaining?
My dealer contacted me this morning and mine and 5 others are still missing shocks,
It won’t be to much longer for the 2023 SkiDoos get released . And sled season will be over.
Time flys .
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That’s is great news, But that still doesn’t answer why some sleds are running great right out of the box and a lot of others are in the 104 to the 107 category.For anyone wanting their Mach to run better, with the advise of a Rocker Dan ( thanks a ton!!!) I installed the 880 ramps and 44/38 helix while keeping the stock spring. Honestly can say that it feels like an entirely new sled! Pull so hard low-mid range it’s almost more than most people will need. Up top it never stops pulling and that feeling of hitting a wall on rail grades is no longer there. Little bit of background, my sled would hit 7700 every time and then drop back to 7600 and feel like ecu was pulling power. With the new combination it pulls 7900-8000 every time and hold rpm the way it should and no longer has the feeling that it’s pulling power. This was riding at about 20F. Sled now runs side by side with my buds thundercat from a slow roll, whoever gets the jump maintains the lead slightly. Can thank Dan enough, my Mach now feels like the sled that should have been delivered by brp.
Most of the Mach’s are 15 psi of boost and were advertised as 17 pounds of boost, My best friend got his Mach from Ontario. His dealer actually put a boost gauge on a few of the Mach’s that they delivered. Most of them were in the 15 psi and my friends was at 17 psi from the factory.One more time...
Show me ONE dyno sheet where it didn't make 180hp, just one.
You can't and you won't. You just want to troll away.
The dream meter is set so you won’t get a speeding ticket. LolI did a quick 271 mile run yesterday on my 900r x. It was -30 c and the humidity was low. Finally hit 120 mph speedo (108 gps). It took about 1 mile to get there. It would go up to 105 then to 101, then up to 107 then down to 103. Then up to 114 down to 110 then 120 down to 116 all while holding it wot. Each time you could feel it stop and start accelerating. That's not clutching. Was at a constant 7700 rpm . Later in the day it was back to 7500 and 108 on the speedo. View attachment 1990785