Svend Erik Lyge: Nice one. :) Just passed 2000km on my ´13 M800 got a vid if you wanna check
it out. :)
420Mrganjasmoker: Sounds like a beast
TenSecond Daily: Its a water cooled turbo, it thermosyphons when shut off, this aint the
tcv4: "Finally, water cooling was added and so not only did the oil come in
cooler and circulate more, but engine cooling fluid was able to further
cool the turbo. Not only that, but the coolant didn't need a pump because
as the fluid heated up inside that turbo, it forced flow, bringing in
cooler fluid. So now you got cooler oil circulating outside the turbo and
coolant circulating into and out of the turbo. Like he said.....shut it off
and ignore it. You don't need to cool it down." (Jack ffr1846)
Seth Nielsen: camera my sucks more than me
EVOLUTION POWERSPORTS: We tested a billet turbo wheel similar to D&D utilizing the stock
compressor cover 3 years ago. It did not flow enough cfm at altitude.
swedishmotorfreak: sounds amazing, i love 4 stroke snowmobiles!
Brian Branon: Nice video nice sled I have been riding a new 13 XF 800 Snopro Limited
black I love the friggin thing rips. Check it out and maybe subscribe to me
tcv4: I guess moving air would be one reason to run it for a bit, and I guess the
metal could be hot enough to actually increase the temperature of the
bearings and thus cause a shorter life, but I'm not sure you would ever
notice the issues in the snowmobile's lifetime.
NuclearNiglagaming: It's funny because Yamaha makes there engine XDDDD
Shawn Williams: It’s not a matter of the turbo not being spooled down or not. It has to do
with the built up heat on the exhaust side of the turbo (or the turbine
side). The heat has to dissipate somewhere and is goes where it is supposed
to go... the oil. With no circulation of the oil the bearings can overheat
not "cooking your turbo" but it can decrease the life of the bearings
causing catastrophic failure of the turbo if it’s not maintained. But this
guy gave the turbo sufficient time to dissipate that heat
Zyggiespace: Basic turbo concept, using the expanding gas and heat from the exhaust to
turn a turbine which in turn forces air into the engine. However heat
buildup can wreak havoc on ANY turbo, whether on a diesel truck, car, or
sled, if its not given proper lubrication and time to cool down after hard
98Integrapower: turbo Apex/ Nytro... tell me again why 2 stroke 800 guys think they are
superior in the mountains. at any amount of altitude N/A theyre only making
the same amount as a 600. how much is the factory boosted yammy making...
oh right... still 180. they might not be quite as maneuverable but if you
get used to it, its like anything else... you learn what you can and cant
do on it and how it reacts.
tcv4: I see how having oil heated by exhaust cooling on bearings could decrease
their life, but are these liquid cooled as well? Does this turbo really
differ from today's car turbos that go hundreds of thousands of miles? I
know you said that the heat has to dissipate somewhere, but the turbo is no
longer generating heat because you're no longer running the engine.
papabesta: I thought it was Suzuki who made it
Nils Hjort: happens to all turbos
JJ Janzen: Haha yaa no there was nothing wrong with what this guy did the turbo was
spooled down when he shut it off so nothing bad will happen and the guy
that was driving is the guy that built this sled so I'm pretty sure he
knows more the you or me
Teeeerav: Does it bother you that AC and Yamaha are building sleds together now?
Plus, lets be honest, Yamaha's don't smoke anybody on hills.
Kevin Cassidy: the blat of that sled souds like the miniguns on a stalker!
prawcess: sluggish? HAHHAHAHAH not sluggish. Yes, true, heavy, sucks when stuck.
that's why you use the power under you! skill is skill.
KP Mac: Heavy pieces of garbage ...sleds good for Going straight up only
EVOLUTION POWERSPORTS: It's funny that when know how to ride (Like Amber Holt), a small framed sub
120 lb woman can make this sled dance.
Zyggiespace: Then you can get a Mod Stock Turbo upgrade from D&D Racing. get another 80
hp out of the stock turbo.
TurboHommy: lol cam is just danglin. lucky
etiou79: Hey buddy just a little tip for ya, if you keep shutting off your sled
after a hard pull you will cook your turbo in no time, just saying!!!
tcv4: I have no idea if the arctic cat has liquid cooling, but from what I read
the issue is with oil clogging in the turbo. ha ha, It makes no sense that
it would cook your turbo. As soon as you turn your engine off you're no
longer spinning the turbo at a high rpm and thus generating less heat. Idk,
maybe I'm wrong, but it sounds like the old rumor about letting your
computer cool down before turning it off. I read somewhere that it only
takes a few seconds for the turbo to wind down.
sublime2011m8: Kickin ass guys! Great job!!!
gdesorcy81: That motor is Suzuki actually.
JJ Janzen: whys that? has it happend on these?
Nils Hjort: if u shut down a turbo boosted sled , the turbo will spin even if engine is
off . Which causes overheating (sorry bout english)
jfo420: much like your self lol
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