The 800 RMK is a 2015 model that I bought from a friend who gets a new sled every two years...it had 1,700 miles on it. It puked at 4.2K as I was loading it on the semi in Idaho after a week in the mountains (600+ miles.) It now as 7.2K on it. I now add a smidgen of oil directly to the gas when I refuel, and I don't plan on another mountain sled when this one dies. My everyday sled for MN is a 2017 600 Indy. Am headed out in a few hours to pack the local Yukon Trail where it crosses a river and lake; we need at least 9" of good ice on that river before we can take a groomer across it, and all this early snow doesn't help.How many engines have you replaced in that pro?
my buds showed up, so they are slowly rolling in. Deep weekend on the ID\Mt border. God i love winter, with out a doubt the BEST SEASON of the year! Summer sucks, winter is way to short!My sled pard is still waiting on his snow-checked 850 Turbo Ski-doo. The dealer told him that they are "hoping" to have it delivered sometime in January. He will take his 2019 850 to Idaho if necessary and then trade it in with a lot more miles on it. After an air evac. a couple years ago, many of our group do not go to many of the places where we used to.