You must have a very well equipped shop??
How long have you been working on this?
Thanks for the kind words. We'll see how it goes.By far the most out the box thinking done to a snowmobile is some time. Are you going to narrow the plastic and the boards to capitalize on all the new found space on the sides?
I relocated the oil pump pickup to the very bottom of the cases as the engine sits in the sled. It holds 4 qts in stock configuration so I'm starting with that. It puts the oil level well above the pickup. We'll see how it works. What bothers me more is having the lower trans gears partially in the oil. Drag, oil foaming, etc. Just dont know yet how it will work but there's trade offs for everything. This is more of a "will it work and be fun" type build, and if it does work and is fun, I have plans for a dedicated chassis that orients the engine more in its normal designed position.Any concern with oiling at low speed/off camber?
Good to know, thanks. My understanding is this exact sensor has been used on multiple brands.Fyi the tip over valve on my R6 snowbike works great.
Kills it when i bail and it dumps over but has never happened while riding.
Not sure if the mechanics work the same for triumph.