I'll send you a pmZeb... My understaing you were the installer of the kit, I had bought the sled from Trevor..
We are comming back in the next week from southern colarado and if you had some time to reflash ecu..
It runs flawless all day other than sometimes a stumble At low rpm on/off throttle... Like in heavy snow and running in thick trees.. Happen a few times today
If I'm at a idle and pouch it.. I get a real quick hesitation and its off.. Running the other aerochargers, they don't seam to have that.. Maybe this lates reflash takes care of it
Any idea what pin weight could be installed,?? sled is running a solid 8000 rpm all day at 10000 feet at 5.5lbs boost
I also seen tonight that belt is running to the top 1/4 inch of primary... Would this need a higher top sprocket ??
Over all install and set up has been dead on.. Thanks for all the adrealin rushes
Hi there. The Sled in the Video is my sled. I have worked with Joe many years on clutching projects for Big Bore and other turbo kits. I just give him my input from what each of sleds did and he would send me the calibration changes to the clutch. This is our own clutch set-up we came up with and it flat out rocks. Makes the XM Impulse Turbo kit Rip even better. I have rode many other XM Turbo kits and this one is ahead of the game by a long shot. The guy I let ride my sled from Norway said he has never rode a cleaner fueled and clutched Turbo sled! As far as over revving the clutching is so dialed it revs super quick to 8000 and holds that all the way to the top of hill. Backshifts unreal and gives you engine braking when going down hills. Mine is set up for 6lbs of boost and can be easily turned up to 9-10lbs with my set-up. You will love your Impulse kit!I'm in the process of snow checking a 2016 xm and am interested in the impulse turbo setup. The video Joe posted is awesome and the sled seems to run great. I was curious how the xm is holding up, and maybe what can be done on the front end to prevent problems. I'm aware of a few things that are more related to the ski doo, and I am wondering how everyone has dealt with these issues. Some things may be unrelated, I'm just going off of what I've heard. How are guys dealing with the exhaust valves and is this an issue? I've heard that there are still problems with them coming apart. What about the check valve in the signal line for the exhaust valves? Is there a fix for this? I noticed in Joes video the sled revs very quickly - Is this a concern for the etec? I've heard that this can put the engine into limp mode. Also, what about over revving? What are the concerns and how are you guys dealing with this? I've heard this too can put the engine in limp mode and also cause problems with reeds. What can a guy expect for reed life?
My intention is to run around 10 psi of boost at 8k feet minimum. What should I expect to use for fuel, and how does this affect bottom end response and reed life?
I realize there's a few questions here, but I'd like to hear from the guys running this setup and what they've found.
Hi Fack.1] I noticed in Joes video the sled revs very quickly - Is this a concern for the etec?
2] I've heard that this can put the engine into limp mode.
3] Also, what about over revving?
4] What are the concerns and how are you guys dealing with this?
5] I've heard this too can put the engine in limp mode and also cause problems with reeds.
6] What can a guy expect for reed life?