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How long will 800 ETEC last?

How long will 800 ETEC last?

I have been told that the 800 Etec will run between 4000 to 5000 without issues but that seems had to believe unless it I low RPM trail miles. In the old Ptec we would freshen the top end at 2500, what has been your experience with the Etec.

How many miles can a Ski Doo last?

It’s pretty tough to rack up miles with them. For around here, anywhere over 4000 miles and the price starts dropping quickly. The general full sled life can be expected between 10 and 15 thousand miles. That is with a replaced top end and maybe a crank somewhere along the line, which depends on the model.

What’s the difference between PTEC and ETEC?

Free Member. Etec: can run upside down, smoke less,crisper throttle response, uses less oil, and summerize itself. Ptek: carb, can not run upside down, slower throttle response, smokes alot more does not summerize itself… lol but it seems to work for me 3100 miles mountian riding.

Are 4 strokes faster than 2 strokes?

A stroke is a motion of a piston, meaning a two-stroke dirt bike has 2 different motions of the piston, while a four-stroke has 4. 2 Strokes are generally more unstable and accelerate faster, while a 4 stroke is more consistent and has a higher top speed.

What year did the 800 ETEC come out?

Engine : 800 E-TEC! Introduced in 2011, there is no doubt that Ski-Doo engineers hit the nail right on the head with this 800 cc direct-injection engine. It delivers about 160 hp and offers up to 30 % less oil consumption than its previous editions with carburetor and this, with virtually no smoke.

What is a PTEC engine?

A Power TEK engine has carburetors, but has an auto-compensating system and is able to run with proper calibration across a very wide range of conditions. The Power TEK (and DPM) are active carb systems, with varying air pressure being applied to the float bowl, which in turn varies the fuel delivery.

How many miles is too many miles on a snowmobile?

A snowmobile that is over 8,000 miles, and especially over 10,000 miles, is considered to be high mileage. Generally, the life expectancy of a snowmobile is around 15,000 miles.