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Old 08-11-2010, 11:42 AM
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three of us pulled our heads last year to rering the pistons and check the bore
on the cylinders
the sled using the skidoo oil was the worst for wear in the cylinders and had the most goop on the exhaust valves
the amsoil sled wasnt as gooped up but had more wear
the phillips injex sled was the cleanest and least wear
all were 800 revs all 144in tracks and all 2004 sleds
we all ride together and have about the same skill level
needless to say we are all running the injex now
just my input
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Old 08-12-2010, 12:03 AM
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interesting on the jnjex! never heard of it. what about the power valves? gummed up at all?
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three of us pulled our heads last year to rering the pistons and check the bore
on the cylinders
the sled using the skidoo oil was the worst for wear in the cylinders and had the most goop on the exhaust valves
the amsoil sled wasnt as gooped up but had more wear
the phillips injex sled was the cleanest and least wear
all were 800 revs all 144in tracks and all 2004 sleds
we all ride together and have about the same skill level
needless to say we are all running the injex now
just my input
think snow
Ya, that's stuff is good and I may run it this winter if the price drops in my neighborhood. Heard nothing but good about it.
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Old 08-12-2010, 01:55 PM
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Yeah, I plan on buying Injex after I run out of the other stuff. One would think that the website would have the oil specs posted to compare. Or you could call the manufacturer and get the numbers faxed, sent or emailed to you.
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Old 08-12-2010, 10:06 PM
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power valves clean
buddy of mine works at the distributor
you can buy a case of 4 one gallon jugs for
around 85 bucks
see who your local phillips distributor is ill bet you can buy it right there
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arctic blue. rave valves will never need cleaning ever. sh!ts amazing and reasonablly priced $13 a gallon for semi senthetic and $20 for fully senthetic
http://www.comolube.com/index.cfm?fu...ctic_blue.main

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I'm a fan of the Legend oil... LOVE how it smells and better yet how it treats my engine!!

Oh, and NO, they CANNOT void a warrenty if you ran an oil that wasn't Doo oil but there ARE specfications that you have to esurre whatever you're running meets or then they CAN and WILL void the warrenty. Definitely worth looking into... litle bit o information on it over at the legend oil site. www.legendperformance.com -even if ya don't like legend it's good info to read so you sound educated if you ever have to ight the warranty battle with a shop!
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nice thing about the injex is its usually easy to find.
most walmarts even carry it
they also make a non synthetic
some talk that the synthetics arent all they say in cold weather
but like others have said as long as the oil meets the manufacturers requirements it should all work fine
some just more money and others more cleaning and maintenance required
weve seen first hand how well injex works and the price is very fair
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hey skadi! i might be looking into running the legend oil! how did the power valves come out? gooped, super gooped? and wear on the motor? and least how much?
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Great post guys!!!! Anything to save some money. These dealers and brands are just bending us over everytime we walk in. If I can by a good oil at Walmart for 20 bucks thats comparable thats what Im Dooin.

Thanks for the post Tablerock in MN
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