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I've been working with flatspeed on programming his M7 electronic reverse module to work on a Carbed 900. Thought some of you might be interested, and saw 1Mike900 comment in there.

//www.snowest.com/forum/showthread.php?t=412274

We're very close to getting this working.

Anyone who does this will need to either modify their secondary with encapsulated rollers, slotted for reverse, or use a solution like a Team secondary with a reverse helix.
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Are you guys doing the 1M900? Still think there would be a big market for the 07-08 M guys.
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Are you guys doing the 1M900? Still think there would be a big market for the 07-08 M guys.
I'm only working with him on modifying the programming to work on the 900 Carb.
He did it for the M7 EFI. I imagine it would probably work with little to no modification on the M8, possibly the M1000, depending on what the flywheel triggers look like compared to the M7.

I think it would also work just fine as is on the 8/900 EFI engines, since they use essentially the same flywheel the M7 does.
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Any updates on this reverse?
Would it work on bigbore sleds ?
I got a 1100 hooper In a iqr and reverse would be nice.
Any idea on cost ?
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No updates yet. Holidays got in the way of testing. Should work on big-bores, ours is a 975. I don't know if he'll charge different for the different program. He's got the M7 ones listed at $330 Canadian.
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No updates yet. Holidays got in the way of testing. Should work on big-bores, ours is a 975. I don't know if he'll charge different for the different program. He's got the M7 ones listed at $330 Canadian.
So would this be like a piggyback on the existing CDI box ?
Or would this be a whole new ignition system?
I know a guy that was trying to make a Polaris 800 ignition system work.. but after a while he gave up....

Brad (1200 psi) used to make a Ducati system that (didn't have the TPS sensor and you could adjust the timing on the flyer wheel ) was based off the 700 Polaris for a lot of the 1150's ..
In any case I would be interested in one 😃
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This is a piggyback on the stock system. It's a simply box that plugs into power, and inline with the timing sensor. You hit the included button, it shuts down, and re-starts in reverse, just like the stock ones do. It does that by putting a delay on the signal coming from the timing sensor.

I have thought repeatedly about adapting either the polaris system, or a Ski-Doo 800. Biggest issue is finding a flywheel with the right taper, then getting the timing sensor location(s) correct. Also was going to wire up a second timing sensor on a switch, in the right location to run in reverse.

This should be easier once we get the programming 100% correct.
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