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2016 pro rmk 800 overheating

ProRMK19

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1
Age
25
Location
Waltham ma
Country
USA
Years Snowmobiling
1
Snowmobile
2016 pro rmk axys 800
Just bought a 2016 pro rmk 800. My buddies noticed it before before me but there’s no cooler under the tunnel. They ride switchback assaults and one has an sks that all have the cooler under the tunnel. Should I would worried about it over heating and doing damage? I’m assuming that Polaris wouldn’t just produce something that over heats. I’ll be riding on trail and off trail. Any info is very much appreciated. Thank you.
 

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Age
78
Location
Laramie, Wyoming
Country
USA
Years Snowmobiling
48 years
Snowmobile
Polaris 2011 PRO 800-163
The cooler is part of the tunnel!!! Start it up and watch the Temp on the guage and put your hand on the top of the tunnel (rear) on the left side over the T slot and it will tell you that is the area carrying the coolant and it comes back to the engine on the other side of the tunnel!
gtwitch in wyoming
 


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