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Old 03-17-2019, 01:13 PM
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Hey everyone, so I recently bought a used pro rmk 800, and first ride I went to take it on after purchasing it the thing blew up. Brought it to my local Mechanic and he said everything is garbage in it, he have an estimate of around 5 grand to fix it when I paid 5500 for it so no too thrilled. I’ve been shopping around looking for motors elsewhere and wondering if any newer engines would fit on a 13 chassis? I’m new to the newer sleds all I’ve ever ridden were the old school ones. Thanks for any help or tips!
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Engines from 13-15 would bolt right in. If your referring to an axys motor by newer then I would say no. Maybe could be done but not worth the hassle with the elec. exh valves and electric oil pump. Should be able to find a used pro motor for 1500-2000
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I have wanted to go this route, but you need to be comfortable with;
-Fabricatio work
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-Electronic schematics

I'd get electric harness and dash instrument with the engine, not the sled.

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For motor work I would definitely go to Indy specialty, too if he buys a complete engine. then he’s gonna have 8500+ into it when he could have had a brand new 18 axys for same money. Your stuck between a rock and a hard place.
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Keep in mind, the price paid for the sled is irrelevant. Don't get me wrong, it sucks – you're in the place we all worry about when we buy a used piece of equipment – but that's water under the bridge.

The sled as it sits is worth maybe $1500? So you can add that to how much you'd spend on the sled for the foreseeable future to get a picture of what else you could be buying. If it might need, say, new clutches, track, and a pile of other upkeep bits, you could easily spend another $2000 on top of the motor. With the rebuild, that's around $5000, still in striking range of a new sled if you can get some money out of it as it sits. On the other hand, if the sled is was taken care of and had some nice upgrades, then I'd say fix it. A used motor is the most cost effective solution, but it's pretty hit or miss in terms of finding a good deal, plus it's another roll of the dice. I guess if it were me I'd spend some money on a rebuild unless you luck out on a used motor.
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I know of a 15 pro rmk motor for sale.
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