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So I am wanting to buy a new axys sled and put a turbo on it. I live in MN and have heard from people that I will not be able to safely run the turbo at my low elevation. I go out west 3 or more times a year and are planning on going out to the U.P a couple of times too, but I still want to be able to ride my sled around home too. Also I need help with the turbo that would fit someone in my situation I want one that can be ran on pump gas and av gas. Any input help thanks.
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Silber is located in MN, they've tested & proven there kits at both SeaLevel and elevation. Reading through this forumn you'll find a tone of examples of Silber working well for your applications. Boondocker and MTNK systems I'm sure will fit the bill also.
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Silber is located in MN, they've tested & proven there kits at both SeaLevel and elevation. Reading through this forumn you'll find a tone of examples of Silber working well for your applications. Boondocker and MTNK systems I'm sure will fit the bill also.
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Obviously, I work for Silber. (just being transparent)

You can run the 3psi spring in MN and then move up to 5 or 7 at elevation. You may need to adjust clutching slightly.

Also, I'd consider running a bit of AV gas regardless. Cheap insurance!

Otherwise, have fun!
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We run them from 220' to 6400' here in AK and they work perfect! We always mix in Av for safe measures.

I will say for low elevation we have had to change clutching to make it work.
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Obviously, I work for Silber. (just being transparent)

You can run the 3psi spring in MN and then move up to 5 or 7 at elevation. You may need to adjust clutching slightly.

Also, I'd consider running a bit of AV gas regardless. Cheap insurance!

Otherwise, have fun!
Thank you and also what mix would you do 25/75
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