5.coolant line rubbing on exhaust shield. Mine has worn through the protective cover and minor wear on the outside of the hose. I imagine this will be a recall because i believe they are all doing this. You would need 3000km on your sled before it wore through. Temp fix, put some wire loom on this area.
Go to any shop that builds hydraulic hoses (ie: Northern Metalic or NAPA) and you should be able to buy spiral wrap in various diameters available by the foot. Far, far tougher than wire loom.
are they out of break-in? i havent noticed mine doing that and it certainly doesnt feel like its running rich but have noticed the stains in the snow on the G5 and 23 Boost while in breakin
First thing I do on every sled no matter what brand is run a bead of Ultra Copper on every exhaust spring. Super cheap and easy.Broken exhaust springs….
Do you find it prevents breakage, or just secondary damage from shrapnel in the engine bay?First thing I do on every sled no matter what brand is run a bead of Ultra Copper on every exhaust spring. Super cheap and easy.
My group everyone seems to be missing at least 1i had one, how many for you?
It helps absorb/limit vibration and reduces breakage.Do you find it prevents breakage, or just secondary damage from shrapnel in the engine bay?
I was missing springs on one side of upper and one side of lower in this location, Haven't found any parts rattling anywhere in belly or engine compartment.
Left side was replaced, dealer had no exact match so the regular one fit ok.
Some more things to keep a eye on.
Insulation on the turbo oil line rubbed on the coolant line
Wire rubbing on hose zip tied the wire off the coolant line.
Spent time moving the oil lines around to get them off parts like the steering post.
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