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Old 03-27-2019, 07:55 AM
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Anyone else going to keep there Axys 800 another year & skip on the 850? I thought about snow-checking for a day & then was like no thanks. I would hate to buy a 2020 then in two years a new RMK chassis comes out. Anyway time to do a overhaul this summer. Some maintenance & upgrades on the way. What are others doing with there 800's? Selling, keeping stock or maybe turbo time LOL. My plans are bellow. BTW my 16 RMK has 900 miles on it.

-Rebuild clutch, add ZRP light weight cover & Ti bolts
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-Some brand of pipe or maybe a Stage 3 with new Polaris pistons if leak down/compression test shows them needing replacement.

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I'll keep my turbo 800 probably another 2-3 years at least, 10-12 psi with 174" mountain tek kit, zero issues, most fun turbo sled ive ever had
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If I were to do another 800, I would do a straightline pipe instead not starting line. I've run both and the straightline one makes distinctly more power and isnt so dang thin so cracking isnt an issue.

I would forgo the pistons. I've put numerous motors up around 2k and never had them feeling even a little weak, as long as its got fresh motor mounts and clutch parts they still rip.

With the list of things you have done its going to be a really fun sled.
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If I were to do another 800, I would do a straightline pipe instead not starting line. I've run both and the straightline one makes distinctly more power and isnt so dang thin so cracking isnt an issue.

I would forgo the pistons. I've put numerous motors up around 2k and never had them feeling even a little weak, as long as its got fresh motor mounts and clutch parts they still rip.

With the list of things you have done its going to be a really fun sled.
I wonder how the Straight Line pipe will perform with my Diamond S can? Really like the weight savings & sound of the can. I will give them a call this week. Yeah I really like my sled currently especially after installing the Fox/Burandt QS3's. Handles amazing, just need a power boost.
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i am in the same boat. my sled has 1200 miles on it. runs strong.
new motor mounts this year.

thinking about a clutch refresh
powervalve cleaning
new powervalve actuator cable
new 163 track and rails

also thinking about picking up a leftover '18 or '19 if I can find a good deal
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Kind of the same here. I have my sled for sale currently. If it doesnít sell I may ride it another year itís been running good even with 2000 miles on it good leak down and pulls good. Was think of a IS Long rod and riding a couple more seasons. If it sells just going to do a leftover 800 163. Just need to do maintenance and check bearings and stuff for wear. I have a stage 3 currently with the 18í thermostat and it was a great add on. Runs much cooler.


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Kind of the same here. I have my sled for sale currently. If it doesnít sell I may ride it another year itís been running good even with 2000 miles on it good leak down and pulls good. Was think of a IS Long rod and riding a couple more seasons. If it sells just going to do a leftover 800 163. Just need to do maintenance and check bearings and stuff for wear. I have a stage 3 currently with the 18í thermostat and it was a great add on. Runs much cooler.
Wintertime who's stage 3/thermostat combo are you using. The high coolant temp is my biggest complaint on my 16.
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Itís a SLP head with the 18í thermostat and head head skull from the 18í. Itís works great runs in the 90ís I run my scratchers on the trail when itís hard packed. The main thing is if you forget your scratches it doesnít hit 160ís. I think it pulls a little better also.


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Get a mountain teck tunnel cooler for it, we all run them, mine will stay at whatever thermostat you put in it, even with 174, hardpack trail and small snow flap, you can installl in a couple hours easy
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