Not sure, no codes are being thrown as far as I know. I will ask if they can re-flash this as well. They have to do as BRP askes them but BRP doesn't seem to care that the end user is going out and having a OK ride on a day when it should be a killer ride.Possibly be the program in ECU
Is there better wires available for these units. Part numbers, or do you change them to good aftermarket ones.Spark plug wires and caps. The backfiring is an ignition issue with fuel being introduced with poor or non existent spark. Cheap to try and I’ve seen these plug wires cause numerous issues and always under heavy load.
I have one I am taking it to martins and they are installing it, bought it last season. thx.We had a sled acting up similar to what your describing and it was the charge tube. Have also heard of the doo ones being prone to cracking? Bikeman is selling them.
The Bikeman Performance silicon charge tube for the Ski-Doo 850 E-Tec Turbo will lower boost temp and won't crack or blow out like the factory charge tube.bikemanperformance.com
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That almost sounds like what it would look like when the Rave Valves on the XM's were acting up. But they would at least throw a rave valve code of some sort.I have rode with Ron lot's and it does not matter what the fuel tank level is at for those asking. When riding with 6 doo's in the group and only his does this it's not the exhaust for the other machines are in the same snow conditions for those thinking plugged exhaust. As for Maxwell suggesting do a video we did that last season and let dealer see last season. That's when they did the injectors. The thing that I have watched while we ride and noticed is almost every time when it acts up he leaves a trail of black in the snow from the exhaust, with the longer he stays on the throttle the darker the snow gets.
If dropping off at Martin’s get them to pressure test the exhaust pressure sensors.
You need to have someone take a vid and post it. Just hearing what it sounds like can be a big help in diagnosingI have this issue often last season, and I can be with a group of 4 of the same sleds so why wouldn't this happen to all the others at the same time? I tried everything from going to better fuel even. Just before last ride they changed some injectors, I went out and never appeared to have the issue in some pretty good snow. Thought it was fixed and NOPE, still at its same thing. Bringing into Martins tomorrow, there going to have a peek again, and inspect the reeds for any damage from all the recent backfiring.
Mountain sledder garage did a test to prove these machines can be completely submerged and still not miss a beat!Deep heavy snow I had to ride one handed many times on my turbo. If my hood disappeared on warm days I would just wipe it with my hand before the bog would happen