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Old 08-29-2018, 04:01 AM
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Wondering what I should be doing for maintenance on my sled at 1600 miles. I ride a lot and will probably put on another 100 hours and 1000 plus miles this season. I do the general stuff such as greasing everything. Clutching adjustments, new hyfaxes, and shock adjustments.
Put on a new pull cord, stock one had some minor frays.

What else should I be doing to properly prepare my sled? I was thinking motor mounts? The dealership has the sled the end of the season and said the compression was great.
Then the end of this season a MTN TK durability kit as I will be getting a new sled and using this one as a spare/loaner.

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Old 08-29-2018, 06:13 AM
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Engine sounds fine! I would do engine mounts and have the clutch rebuilt. We have lots of axys engines near 3000 miles. I seams the reeds or injectors will go before the engine, that's what we are seeing anyways.
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Engine sounds fine! I would do engine mounts and have the clutch rebuilt. We have lots of axys engines near 3000 miles. I seams the reeds or injectors will go before the engine, that's what we are seeing anyways.


I recall there being a thread on the engine mounts a while back. Do you know if they are a dealership part or are people using something aftermarket?

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3023290 i believe is the mount inserts you want. Those are the ones i just ordered anyway

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Get motor mounts out of an 18 and take your primary off and send to indy dan for balance/rebuild plus throw fresh spring in secondary. This should keep it ripping like new.

Check brake pads, i only get 800 miles to a set but i ride them hard. you will probably be fairly worn and will not make it through the season on your stock ones.

Also inspect jackshaft where it slides through the bearing by the belt drive pulley. I've seen numerous ones wear the shaft out there. Easy to pull out and inspect.
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2K on my 16 Axys-
Already replaced jack and drive shaft bearings- just cause I had the track and drive out over the summer getting suspension re-valved .

Suspension........ instead of just greasing it- I pull it completely out and apart and clean the shafts that have no zerks-and re assemble all with
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I would install 911 billet clutch cover put one on my 16 SKS and have 8400 miles on it with No problems no rebuilds and it still spins 8250 all day long ( I did replace primary spring at 3500) going to replace pistons this fall though just as a precaution.
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Mountain ridden sleds don't last 8400 miles LOL. Primary clutch springs will never go 3500 miles out west. My Axys motor lasted 1100 miles, it was on its second primary clutch, motor mounts were shot, exhaust valve cable broke. The failure points for mtn sleds are pretty well documented here. At 1600 mountain miles on an Axys, I needed a whole new sled... YMMV
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Mountain ridden sleds don't last 8400 miles LOL. Primary clutch springs will never go 3500 miles out west. My Axys motor lasted 1100 miles, it was on its second primary clutch, motor mounts were shot, exhaust valve cable broke. The failure points for mtn sleds are pretty well documented here. At 1600 mountain miles on an Axys, I needed a whole new sled... YMMV
X2 i have ~1400 miles and mines in rough shape. Reallyyy need a new one but i just keep dumping thousands into it...
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