Well at this point I've checked everything I can with no snow. But I will have to see if the coolant is even possible... I even took the sled to a local dealer, who is a friend as well. Had them look at it and they could not find anything.Years ago I had a sled that puked coolant onto the belt and it instantly over revved and lost momentum at about that same speed. Unsure of your Cats cooling system routing but maybe a thought?
Yep, cleaned the clutch faces too.Good to hear, one last stab in the dark, are you sure the belt didn't suffer some damage when you smoked it getting unstuck? It could be a worn spot in it that may have caused that brief hesitation at high rpm. Just a thought, glad to hear it wasn't anything major though.
You were running wide open.So what are the thoughts on why it would go in the limp mode?
I've only had the sled go in the limp mode one time. It was sitting idling. Oh, we were deciding what to do, which would go fairly warm day. Two time get away from me... Basically, start to overheat. The light came on. And if I remember correctly A message comes up on the dash as well. I don't remember seeing anything during that time. I know for sure when I pulled over, nothing came up on the dash.
I was at about a 1/2 tank at that point I rode another 14 miles then turned around at the turn off for Lake of the Clouds and went back to Burgland. When I got back my Low fuel light came on and the gage cluster saying "Low Fuel" as I pulled into the gas station. I put in 8.3 Gals. I have a10.4 Gal tank.You were running wide open.
What was your gas level ? Low tank and sloshing gas, you could have momentarily sucked air ?
When was the last time the fuel filter was changed ? First sign of a restricted fuel flow would happen during a full throttle event.
Going into limp mode is usually caused by an overheat. You should have seen the dash light as you did on previous overheats. It's starting to sound like a fuel delivery problem. ??
Definitely not the chain. Every is running fine there. No noises etc. plus it was just serviced this fall. So at that point about 80 miles prior.Possible chaincase ??? Chain loose or something , or agree with ice chunk blew out the front of the track