Svend Erik Lyge: Nice one. :) Just passed 2000km on my ´13 M800 got a vid if you wanna check it out. :)
russ carney: When are you going to put a cummins on a sled with 100# boost on the turbos
420Mrganjasmoker: Sounds like a beast
jfo420: much like your self lol
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.
TurboHommy: lol cam is just danglin. lucky
papabesta: I thought it was Suzuki who made it
gdesorcy81: That motor is Suzuki actually.
NuclearNiglagaming: It's funny because Yamaha makes there engine XDDDD
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.
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.
TenSecond Daily: Its a water cooled turbo, it thermosyphons when shut off, this aint the 70's.
KP Mac: Heavy pieces of garbage ...sleds good for Going straight up only
prawcess: sluggish? HAHHAHAHAH not sluggish. Yes, true, heavy, sucks when stuck. that's why you use the power under you! skill is skill.
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.
Seth Nielsen: camera my sucks more than 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.
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.
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