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Postby mbenoy119 » March 23rd, 2011, 9:54 am

I read the following quote in SnowTech and I'm wondering if any of you geniuses can explain how this is accomplished...

"It is not uncommon to use up to three quarts of oil during the first tank of fuel on Ski-Doo 800 E-Tec models! During the initial engine break-in period the 800R E-Tec will consume a fair amount of oil. Ski-Doo wnats to be absolutely shure that the engine is well protected during thos first few hours of operation. That's why the oil tank is full when you take delivery of a new 800R E-Tec - the first tank is on them! After the initial break-in period is complete (around 500 miles or so) the oil consumption will settle down to a greatly reduced rate, in comparison"
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Postby Rick27 » March 23rd, 2011, 9:57 am

[quote=mbenoy119]I read the following quote in SnowTech and I'm wondering if any of you geniuses can explain how this is accomplished...

"It is not uncommon to use up to three quarts of oil during the first tank of fuel on Ski-Doo 800 E-Tec models! During the initial engine break-in period the 800R E-Tec will consume a fair amount of oil. Ski-Doo wnats to be absolutely shure that the engine is well protected during thos first few hours of operation. That's why the oil tank is full when you take delivery of a new 800R E-Tec - the first tank is on them! After the initial break-in period is complete (around 500 miles or so) the oil consumption will settle down to a greatly reduced rate, in comparison"[/quote]
How do they keep it from fouling the plugs?
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Postby mbenoy119 » March 23rd, 2011, 10:00 am

I don't get it either? How is the oil pump variable without a manual adjustment? Or is it an electric oil pump that is controlled by the ECM? I would bet it is something more on those lines
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Postby Icehole » March 23rd, 2011, 10:00 am

must throw a dam nasty spark....
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Postby Rick27 » March 23rd, 2011, 10:04 am

[quote=mbenoy119]I don't get it either? How is the oil pump variable without a manual adjustment? Or is it an electric oil pump that is controlled by the ECM? I would bet it is something more on those lines[/quote]
They claim the ECM leans it out after breakin, but can't understand the oil pump adjustment by ECM. Never heard of a electric oil pump.
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Postby yammrhammr » March 23rd, 2011, 10:07 am

maybe it shuts off at 2000 miles for the breakdown peroid
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Postby mbenoy119 » March 23rd, 2011, 10:11 am

I found this in regards to the Evinrude version.

"You should also know E-TEC's electrical system is founded upon a lightning hot magneto that fires the ignition coils and also powers the fuel injectors and oil pump"

I bet the summbich has an electric oil pump. Very interesting, but makes sense on how they are controlling emissions with these motors.
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Postby Rick27 » March 23rd, 2011, 10:14 am

[quote=mbenoy119]I found this in regards to the Evinrude version.

"You should also know E-TEC's electrical system is founded upon a lightning hot magneto that fires the ignition coils and also powers the fuel injectors and oil pump"

I bet the summbich has an electric oil pump. Very interesting, but makes sense on how they are controlling emissions with these motors.[/quote]
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Postby mbenoy119 » March 23rd, 2011, 10:28 am

[url=http://en-us.ski-doo.com/technologies/engine-technologies.aspx]Very interesting[/url]
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Postby Rick27 » March 23rd, 2011, 10:40 am

[quote=mbenoy119][url=http://en-us.ski-doo.com/technologies/engine-technologies.aspx]Very interesting[/url][/quote]
That's really neat how the oil pump works!
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