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Old 11-12-2016, 04:24 PM
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looking at a 2017 850 with E Start on it. Wondering what i might expect to get $ out of the electric start if I don't want to keep it.
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Don't mess with it keep it if it is on there anyway. I am always looking at weight as well, mine is a pull start.
that said if I could have only been able to get a E start I sure would not remove it.
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Not easy to remove like the old days. It weighs nothin. It's the monster battery that is ugly!
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Buy earth x ext36d battery. It weighs 3.5 lbs and is built for cold temps. Then the whole starter unit weighs 6-7 pounds. Any can will make up that weight. Make sure you order the correct charger for it also.
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Doing a free draw for an earthx battery on their page right now at @earthx batteries

I also do give aways on my page @davenorona , just did an abs pack, now some free pow skis and will have some great stuff from bca etc...

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Buy earth x ext36d battery. It weighs 3.5 lbs and is built for cold temps. Then the whole starter unit weighs 6-7 pounds. Any can will make up that weight. Make sure you order the correct charger for it also.
Not sure what you call "cold temps" but earthx told me the coldest temps they feel confident with is -15F. That's like -26C. So I didn't bother with it. This was for a 4 stroke.. so electric start is the only option.. -15F should be fine for most guys, but not for me.
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Havent had any luck with earth X at all...I run a Yusa5 or 7 and if its brutal cold just yank the rope...all day its fine on the little Yusa...save your money on the earth X...they just don't last and when they break the company doesn't stand behind there stuff...!
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I would get a small Li battery and mount it under the hood where it'll stay warm while your riding and get that bulk off the back of the sled. In very cold temps you may need to pull start, but I doubt it on a 2-stroke.
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I would get a small Li battery and mount it under the hood where it'll stay warm while your riding and get that bulk off the back of the sled. In very cold temps you may need to pull start, but I doubt it on a 2-stroke.
This issue with them going to sleep never happens once the battery has started. It is upon first start in the morning. I have had this happen 2 times in 5 years...with earthx you just hold button down for 8 seconds wait 30 secs and it starts. Keeping it up front wont help this as it is just as cold in your engine compartment before you start your sled. and you wont notice the weight at the back of where the new summit G4 battery sits, even if you leave the stock one in there...
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I would get a small Li battery and mount it under the hood where it'll stay warm while your riding and get that bulk off the back of the sled. In very cold temps you may need to pull start, but I doubt it on a 2-stroke.
I've had two 800etecs not start on numerous occasions because of cold temps. I had pull chords installed on both and it made no difference. If those sleds wouldn't start on electric start then they needed to be warmed up.
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