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Old 11-20-2016, 06:43 AM
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Default 2016 arctic cat m8000 SLP can problems

So I have a 2016 stock m8000 that I wanted to just put a SLP can on to decease the weight of stock and be able to put my hot dogger on. So I bought a SLP can and when I put it on my sled ran worse. I called SLP and explained that it sputtered at mid range they told me to heat silicone the donut. I tried it and helped a little but didn't fix it. So I called SLP back and then returned the can to them for more testing. They tested it in their shop then on a sled. They said they couldn't find any problems. So I'm wondering if anyone else has had any problems with the SLP can and if they have a fix???
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I have a 2016 M8000 ltd 162". Installed the SLP can and ran it up and down the road a few times yesterday, appeared to run OK. I will let you know how it runs when I get up to the mtns and in some deep pow soon.
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Some sleds act differently to the same mods, same can on one sled may work great on another not so much. I've done a few fuel pressure tests on like sleds and found the readings can vary as much as 10 pounds.
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he sealed up the joints with hi temp rtv and in now seems to run better.
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