When did ski doo run a primer on their sleds?
It's all a matter of opinion. I prefer primer over choke, but it's not that big of a deal if I get a sled with a choke to want to change it over.smit-trailfire said:My 583 has has it and idk if I like it yet, I have good luck with chokes
Is it worth switching sleds and to what?
WHen my STX was cold, I would actually open the hood to start it so that I could see the fuel flowing into the carbs. It typically only took 3 pumps and it would start with partial throttle. I did have times that it flooded when I firt go it too. Pretty touchy, but you'll find a routine. You're better off priming too few times to avoid flooding.smit-trailfire said:Thanks a lot, IMO very easy to flood and out in the mountains a choke seems to be better
I loved the primer on my mach1, sled started on the first pull every time, no matter how cold or long it sat.PolarisIndySKS said:Primers IMO are a waste of time. They may have had them on there early sleds, but I've mostly seen just chokes. My brothers 04 Polaris race sled only had chokes. Most commonly, I've seen ski doo's from the 80's up till just about now with primers.