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Old 12-19-2002, 02:38 PM   #1
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Wanted know what you can get out of yours? And whats this about the engine being #### in this machine? scuffed walls and so on.
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Old 12-19-2002, 03:03 PM   #2
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150-170km depending on conditions
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Old 12-19-2002, 03:26 PM   #3
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last year on all ice. 144 studs, hit 110 on speedo.

make sure the pistons have been updated on that sled. I have the same one. putting 1400 into since they weren;t done by father in law. got 4300 miles on mine.

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Old 12-19-2002, 03:42 PM   #4
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pistons updated? jeesh i didn't know about that! I got a little over 4000kms on it and they havn't been touched, compression is good at around 120psi each cold.

as far as speed of my machine goes, i have got it to 150kms/hr but it was a bumpy streatch and seeing the gauge at that speed is very hard, once i look down my eyes well right up, even with a good helmet on!
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Old 12-19-2002, 03:58 PM   #5
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Those are very nice sleds!!
I used to see 110 on the speedo on its good days and if it was very warm outside more like 100.
Mine had 144 studs.
I could beat lots of 670s and 600 triples up to 100 mph. Man that used to be fun but sometimes they would get pretty mad.
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Old 12-19-2002, 04:54 PM   #6
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yes, ski doo did a "curtosy thing" on these pistons ( no recalls, or bullentins) this year had a major skuffing problem on these pistons. In yr 2000 they changed the pistons to coated.

Pop your reeds off and I will GAURANTEE you there skuffed up the wazoo.

My pto seal went, pistons shot,crank cage blew ( 4300 miles) motor still ran good (didn;t blow) and crank bearings went. cage went into cylinders and was a nightmare. Having motor rebuilt and bunch of mods done to the sled while its there.

I hope you look at these pistons. ALL 99'S did this. SKI DOO doesn;t have bullentins on it, just something they did out of curtosy in replacing them ( mine were never done)
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Same here. beat a 670, clutch 500, and hung with two 2001 and 2002 mxz 800's to 75 9dead even)

Can;t wait till she is done. going to be a whole new sled and then some
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Old 12-19-2002, 05:16 PM   #8
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hey mustardman, your saying that everyone with a 99 mxz600 has either lost their motor or have got skidoo to replace the cylinders?

seems like a major problem doesnt it? ya sure it just wasn't you and a few other machines that had problems?
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no no no. the PISTONS skuff. check your sled. I will gaurantee you EVERY 1999 mxz 600 did this. everyone.

second questions: 1999 it was the only year ski doo put the zx chassis in this sled. therefor alot was new. I know of MANY of this years sled that have lost the crank,seals, bearings, pistons, I KNOW OF ABOUT 5-6 of these motors that have blown. the guy working on my sled had worked on 1000's of these sleds. all have the same problem

I warned you. check the pistons. has you sled every delayed on you, when you hit the throttle??
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Old 12-19-2002, 05:44 PM   #10
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I hope this helps out, my 2001 600 mxz did 104.7 on radar. Its completely stock, except for 144 studs up the middle. I don't know how much difference there is between engines, but it can't be that much, besides piston work.
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