Hi chris,not yet but boy i guess my tank was almost thru acording to his mechanic,and yes he had my tank in front of me yesterday just out of the box looks bigger when its out of the box just sitting there,i guess the hockey puck motormount that they installed last year is the same as the new ones so they did not change it out,and they had the new 150.00 belt in stock too,so i asked what would change the vibration problem that it had last year,if all that really changed was to hone the clutch and index it 180 degrees and install the new belt?? I am afraid the bad fusions from last year will remain bad thru 06 as well,as it does not look like much has been changed as far as updates,also no more reflashing,just the original one we had,and my sled still burns so rich it burns your eyes,dealer said it dumps fuel in when decelerating wtf is up w/that,why would it be adding fuel when decelerating,ya i can see some fuel like being on the pilot system but for it to dump so much in as to lower you milage to 6-9 mpg come on whats up w/that,well at least they fixed the gas tank problem,that could of made for a very hot ride lol so chris whats up dude we going to ride this year,regardless of what model sled i am on?? My little buddy bought a house on long lake in van buren or just outside of there,some great trails up there,give me a call when ya get a chance.. Pete :div20:[/quote]
[/quote]Originally posted by Need-the-Speed@Oct 16 2005, 09:47 AM
When I udjust the tension on my tracks, I usually go out on the ice and adjust them. Loosen them up a bunch and tighten back up until they stop racheting...like half a turn. Takes a few starts but I know that the track is at the absolute best adjustment for speed/fuel economy. A track thats to tight KILLS h.p.
[/quote]Hi chris,what are you doing over christmas,i get 5 or so days we can hook up,my friend bought a house way up north,we may want to rip it up,in the north country,his house can sleep plenty,all depends on snow,lets keep in touch :beerchug: pete
[/quote]Originally posted by ExcursionPSD@Oct 17 2005, 04:43 PM
Oct. 14, Polaris had a new safety alert for all 05 900 tanks. It is in the '05 update information pinned at the top of the Fusion forum. They need a fuel neck reinforcing insert. The parts are at least 1 week away. It is not clear if the fuel tanks that have already been replaced, will also need the fuel neck reinforcement.
This newest safety alert also applies to some early build 06 IQ sleds.
[/quote]Originally posted by Mid-Range@Oct 17 2005, 06:54 PM
well i'm still confused........fuel tank replacement:does it apply to all 05 or early builts? i assume so......if i have not been advised by the factory
i understand about that neck reinforcement.