Thanks to Rafe and Pete, Let us all give a Big Shout Out to The World Snowmobile Headquarters in Eagle River, Wisconsin for providing this Elite venue to display "OUR" PRS Machine. Outside of some of the racing machines on display I believe this is the only"Consumer" independent front suspension snowmobile on display. It is quite an honor to have this machine displayed with some of these legendary machines.. It's like the museum is introducing the modern day sleds to their venue.
So let us SKI DOO enthusiasts be thankful they picked a PRS machine to represent the next generation of machines worthy enough to be there...
Please contact the Museum to express our gratitude. And please visit the museum and witness what they are doing for our wonderful sport....Thanks Again..........Laddie (collie) Antioch, Illinois
This machine was purchased as a carb machine. The EFI was removed by the dealer and converted before it was sold. I guess there were a lot of issues with the EFI system which was designed by Mikuni for Ski Doo.. Could not resolve those issues so Ski Doo recalled all the EFI systems and ordered the dealers to convert any machine in stock and to suggest to customers of purchased machines that they be converted or there would be no warranty. If anyone has a running EFI sled it would be a miracle...........Laddie PS These were very limited build machines
I like it just as it is... It Looks and Runs Great..............Thanks to all for your questions and comments.......Please contact The World Snowmobile Headquarters in Eagle River Wi. and let them know we are grateful for displaying "OUR " Sled in this elite venue. The wife and I will be there this Saturday the 19th. Please visit the facility if you get a chance.............Laddie (collie)
Definitely perfect as is, but if ever the opportunity came up to acquire an EFI set-up for a reasonable price it would be a neat addition to the history of the sled. I would never bother to install it but just as a conversation piece. Just what I would do if I owned one.
Contacted Turbo Pete who has (2) 93' Plus X with the low red windshield and his pins are black. I do have a 93' brochure and the low red is shown with red pins. Now you must remember, my 93" EFI came with a Mid height smoke windshield which the original owner changed to low red as a "Dealer Installed" option. I doo have the original. The museum preferred the low red. If black pins are incorrect I will check with a dealer or auto parts store for something red that matches or simply paint some new pins with the correct shade of nail polish...... Getting the machine into the drug store to match the color could be and issue Yikes!!!!......Laddie
Just have to add that I am not claiming black to be correct - I honestly don't know as the brochure shows red but parts book shows black. Hopefully someone with a definite answer can chime in and let us know. I am curious on this as well. thanks
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