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Old 11-09-2013, 12:38 PM   #1401
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How come your to scared to drive it then. I offered you the keys a few times.



And my bad ken. I thought you were talking about a genesis car back there. I like all sleds!!!!!

The reason I am on a cat now is they were the only ones to offer factory turbo on a four stroke. And putting 3 engines in two years in my last ski doo turned me off them.
They heavy tho
My buddy with the pull truck and the guy in pic with me has had a few his wife rides turbo cat as well
He thinks my Mach is light lol
But they go
He runs meth kit and aftermarket PCM flash from some Quebec dudes
Over 360 in tap
Insane !belts have a short life
And the best is stoping for fuel up north watching the other guys faces when they buy windshield washer antifreeze at the pumps
Priceless !
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Old 11-09-2013, 12:40 PM   #1402
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Btw straight line ice 132 mph!
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Old 11-09-2013, 12:50 PM   #1403
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They heavy tho
My buddy with the pull truck and the guy in pic with me has had a few his wife rides turbo cat as well
He thinks my Mach is light lol
But they go
He runs meth kit and aftermarket PCM flash from some Quebec dudes
Over 360 in tap
Insane !belts have a short life
And the best is stoping for fuel up north watching the other guys faces when they buy windshield washer antifreeze at the pumps
Priceless !
Yup it goes good for a stock sled. I haven't touched my just a mbrp can. I got 400miles out of my last belt, one if the reasons I left it stock. My buddy has one with 350hp and puts a new $220 belt on every weekend lol

My response on the hill when people are bashing me about the weight is "well if you can't handle it that's ok, and then I fly up the mountain past there stupid pro rmk tracks lolol
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Old 11-09-2013, 01:04 PM   #1404
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Cans don't last long either the heat kills em
Ha he cooks through belts like crazy
Last with year one trip four belts between them
He actually got better life out if aftermarket from napa
I forget what they carry but. 1/2 the price twice the life
Integer cooler upgrade works good fits like crap
Did slot of mods to the pipes
Out if my league
He has two new ones coming again
They ride over 6000 miles a year
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Old 11-09-2013, 01:11 PM   #1405
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Btw straight line ice 132 mph!
Is that at 660 ft mark.
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Old 11-09-2013, 01:14 PM   #1406
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I guess we could try banshee. Next time your at Lorne's I will bring it. His runway is 600'. It's the slowing down thru the field that's going to hurt lol.

I know I have had mine to 115mph on the trail down from a mountain between two corners. Just about didn't get slowed down in time
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Old 11-09-2013, 01:17 PM   #1407
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Re: The never ending engine thread, East-West

I guess we should go back to Rc engine haha

Love my gp176 Evo. On stock exhaust, I put 12 liters thru it on the test stand. That was boring so it went in the plane. Rips the 30-13 Evo!!!! Hard.

I was wanting to try a different prop to maybe make it easier to slow down for landings. Any suggestions??? Maybe 32-11 wide ?
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Old 11-09-2013, 02:40 PM   #1408
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I guess we should go back to Rc engine haha

Love my gp176 Evo. On stock exhaust, I put 12 liters thru it on the test stand. That was boring so it went in the plane. Rips the 30-13 Evo!!!! Hard.

I was wanting to try a different prop to maybe make it easier to slow down for landings. Any suggestions??? Maybe 32-11 wide ?
32x11 w slowed mine down lots on landing.
Add some more tail weight

I will order some more of these so you can try
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Old 11-09-2013, 02:40 PM   #1409
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I guess we could try banshee. Next time your at Lorne's I will bring it. His runway is 600'. It's the slowing down thru the field that's going to hurt lol.

I know I have had mine to 115mph on the trail down from a mountain between two corners. Just about didn't get slowed down in time
The best way to get banshee going is to feed him whiskey

I don't know how well he will take to someone climbing on his back to ride him
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Old 11-09-2013, 03:23 PM   #1410
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The Falcon 32x11W is one of my favorite props.
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