View Full Version : South Dakota Jetting or Clutching
09-23-2009, 10:30 PM
Thinking of Snowmobiling deadwood South Dakota. Does the altitude there require any Jetting or Clutching?
Yep, you'll be at 5000-7000 ft.may not have to clutch but definetly jet for it.
olny a few more hrs to the big snow.watch for 3 ft high stumps out thear I bent a bulkhead on a zr700 on a snow coverd tall stump in the mid 90,s.looked like a big open field but it was clear cut field of 3ft stumps
09-25-2009, 08:27 AM
There is alot of rock and cliffs in Deadwood area. Jetting:YES, clutching:NOT always. (check with dealer) I ask my dealer for a jetting chart for every Carbed sled I have. They can get it off there computer. It is not always in the owners manual. Older Polaris sleds have this info on the underside of the hood. Clutching a newer Doo is a cake walk. Polaris is much more work. Not sure about the rest.
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