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Old 12-05-2018, 11:48 PM
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What are u guys seening for temps? Mine after 30 miles didnt get over 113 and I only had scratchers down for a few miles in the beg of the ride.
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I saw a vid of a new 850. He was on a good, slow speed, wfo chew and his coolant temp said 93 degrees. I was kinda shocked to see that. Now I see this post about low temps and I wonder if a cold seize might be happening on the new motors. I know that Doo goes into protect mode 110deg and below but then Polaris does wfo@93deg? Hmmmmm. Kanedog conspiracy theory or could it be true?
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Is it just me or those thing are a PITA for running hot . 4 inch of fresh snow on the trail and the thing need scratcher down other than that it will raise in temp! Need a scratcher all the time that's PITA. It will be fun on spring condition!
In the deep yess it stayed in the 95-97 range !
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Normal operating temp. The 2018 800s were the same.
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While pushing powder my new 850 ran in the 90's all day, running up the trail in some what marginal snow it hit 126 but as soon as I was in 4 or 5 in of snow dropped to 98 to 105. They do run much cooler than the 800
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My '11 pro has been running in the 90's F for 4-5yrs now without issues.
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Yes that's what I'm hearing....under 100 in low load, good snow. Keep in mind it's probably extra cool with the added fuel during break in mode
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While pushing powder my new 850 ran in the 90's all day, running up the trail in some what marginal snow it hit 126 but as soon as I was in 4 or 5 in of snow dropped to 98 to 105. They do run much cooler than the 800
126 no more than that i get 154 before i put scratcher and it was 4inch snow on trail!
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My 850 runs 93-96f in the pow, 110 ish on the road ride in.
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ya I was 90’s also in pow and long hard pack trail (no scratchers down) it peaked at 113, so I was pretty happy.
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