Who the hell told you that? Or did you make that up yourself? I think someone needs to ride the short bus back to school....
ahah i jus made it up i actuly had no clue how the cooling system worked. i am learnign lots with this new sled i jsut bought before all i did was ride them and never knew how they really workedOriginally posted by mackinsaw
[br]Who the hell told you that? Or did you make that up yourself? I think someone needs to ride the short bus back to school....
Greasmonkey has got it covered...
no it is NOT connected to the engine. its is connected to the secondary clutch which is DRIVEN by the engine.you really need to think before you postOriginally posted by ganch
[br]well i do kno what the cahincase does becasue i just changed my track the chaincase has 2 gears in it with a chain. the chain is connected to 2 shafts. one shaft has the drivers on it to to turn your track. and ther is another shaft connected to your engine. these two shafts are connected by a chain. and for the carburator it combines gas and air to make a a combustable mixture, it regualtes the ratio of air and fuel,, it controls the engines speed. a float system is used to keep fuel in the bowl, if the fuel drops to a certain level the float lowers and opens the valve to let moe fuel in
Yeah and then you stop and the slides melt to the track and your screwed because the track wont turn, i've seen it before.Originally posted by Sleds-650
[br]It's interesting to think how "snow" is so important for the function of a snowmobile. Not sure if anyone has noticed before or not but when a bunch of sleds take off across a lake that has NO snow, a few minutes later you can smell (burning candle wax) scent from the melting of the Slides.
The airbox is designed to pull "cold" air in from outside the engine compartment. Sometimes you see the K&N cone filters, which work good for drag races, but when you're on the trail and heat builds up inside the engine compartment it will hurt performance. And of course the box also filters the air and prevents snow from entering (for the most part).Originally posted by foxracing
[br]yeah it has been a big help. i still need some help on the airbox i know where it is and how to take it off. i would like to know what the significance of it is and how it works. i have seen people buy like a tri-city airbox and don't understand why?