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e-start removal

deschutes

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Replace the battery with the WPS Firepower. Shaves off like 10 pounds. If you put the lightweight battery in and swap out the can with an SLP or similar, you have your e-start weight differential right there. Of our 3 850's, one is e-start. It's something you get kind of used to. Hoping Doo licenses SHOT to others.
 

Sheetmetalfab

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what all is involved in removing a factory e-start, minus ring gear?
is it worth it for the weight savings?
thanks
remove the E start then add a turbo.

weight stays the same and balanced.

E start is super handy when doing a lot of restarts (stucks and such)

I’ve noticed a lot less stucks after adding boost. (Seems to be working for me)
 

tdblakes

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Removing e-start is worth about 23lbs. I did it on my 2016 and I thought it was worth it and noticeable. Its fairly straight forward, but the 3 bolts under the PTO side exhaust valve were pretty hard to reach and bust loose....
 

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Has anyone noticed if the e start sleds are a bit slower reving than the non e start sleds due to the weight of the ring gear and it’s position so far from the Center of the crank? I’ve seen a difference and I’m not sure if it was the ring gear or something else contributing to it.
 

t30mg

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what all is involved in removing a factory e-start, minus ring gear?
is it worth it for the weight savings?
thanks
Once you get everything out, send me an invoice, put in box and ship to me.
Your sled gets lighter while your wallet gets heavier.

WIN - WIN
 
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