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I know this is not a yammi product, it is actually a 08 Polaris Dragon 700 snowmobile I was riding at 5800ft when she let go in Whittier Alaska many years ago, which miraculously I was able to get back to the parking lot without a running engine. (Should of rode it off the cliff at this point and claimed insurance but I am honest guy so........ 

With all these look at my cylinder threads lol I have something that will blow your &%$#@!ing minds.  Just look at this.  

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Here is more.......  Just to show you all we have all been there and blown shit up lol!!!!  

 

 

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2 hours ago, Alaskan Hiker said:

Here is more.......  Just to show you all we have all been there and blown shit up lol!!!!  

 

 

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Oh snap! TKO on the engine! Dats bad bruh! A little JB weld and she'll be good as new.12306-there-are-no-mistakes-just-happy-accidents_380x280_width.png.39d6ce0344c2feb37a4e2891a2af14e5.png

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And this was a fuel injected sled. "clean fire". Hahahah. It was clean alright. Lmfao. Should of heard it let go, wow. Scary. 

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You win.

Or lose depending on your outlook.

That's 250F type of damage right there.

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one think for sure is the engine is toast. When you break down far from home it could be critical especially in Alaska in the winter, good thing you made it back.

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26 minutes ago, subxero said:

looks pretty normal, i'd run it.  

Oh we ran it. Ran it till she puked green fluid everywhere. 

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2 hours ago, Ltlhondarida125 said:

So it runs off one piston?

Kind of yes. I was loosing a bunch power so I pulled a redneck compression test with my thumb and I had barely any wasn't even blowing my thumb off the hole. But, where we were there was no way of pulling it up and out of the valley. So we decided to run it as far as possible. Limping it. Bad idea......

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55 minutes ago, Alaskan Hiker said:

Kind of yes. I was loosing a bunch power so I pulled a redneck compression test with my thumb and I had barely any wasn't even blowing my thumb off the hole. But, where we were there was no way of pulling it up and out of the valley. So we decided to run it as far as possible. Limping it. Bad idea......

Bad idea?! Let’s see, youre out here in the frozen Alaskan tundra and it’s beginning to make a funny noise. I wouldn’t care if it erupted into a flaming ball of aluminum as long as it kept that damn track turning long enough to get me back to something that came with a heater.  I once ran a Detroit Diesel for 75 miles on 5 and 1/2 cylinders just so I wouldn’t have to tow it. Motor was toast anyway, so...  That’s what I would call a good snowmobile!!

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I have a YZ cylinder just like that in the garage and FYI either power seal or millinium said it's repairable if you have the piece LOL but the rest of it.....WOW

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4 hours ago, Smoking 2's said:

I have a YZ cylinder just like that in the garage and FYI either power seal or millinium said it's repairable if you have the piece LOL but the rest of it.....WOW

Yup, and thank god it was June 8th when we were riding it was 60 degrees outside.  But we were a long wayyyyyyyy in the back.  It took some good time getting her out.  

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I remember when I had to ride out on a bike with torn graphics.

That's when you find out what you're made of.

 

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40 minutes ago, beezer said:

I remember when I had to ride out on a bike with torn graphics.

That's when you find out what you're made of.

 

Yah, I have had a good blow out. But I rode her home on the rim until the ride had been finished and we were both happy. 

Oh, wait... Wrong type of topic. 

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41 minutes ago, YZDOC said:

Yah, I have had a good blow out. But I rode her home on the rim until the ride had been finished and we were both happy. 

Oh, wait... Wrong type of topic. 

Sorry.......  Just figured kids today can see what could happen when you push something that is failing to the absolute limit!  For example: that person that says the kicker was stuck, so I kept kicking and kicking till......  Oh shit the crank is bent lol.

Desperate times, desperate measures....  Especially when riding on a glacier.  You know what is more daunting than that?  Is when you have to come down the mountain without engine braking, and your buddy is sitting at the edge of the drop off which was a 2000 ft drop off to let you know that is the Point of No Return if you cannot stop.  (Jump)

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3 hours ago, beezer said:

We would like pictures of said adventure.

Will do give me some time I have to go back through my ole lap tap to find them 

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Here you go!!!!!!!!!!!!  Hope the doca doesn't get too upset about an off topic LOL😆😜

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