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Refreshing this post as I have a 2002 RMK 800 that seemed to overheat last week while riding on a flat powder road. My brother had replaced the recoil rope with some lawnmower rope or something and that had completely melted through and broke again. So that may have had something to do with it according to an earlier post on this thread.
The Antifreeze boiled out so it was hot and we were riding flat powder at the time.
Sled fired up with a clutch start idled great but only ran half power then died about a mile from the shop. Had to tow it the rest of the way.
Hoping it's this water pump issue or thermostat thing, Don't exactly trust this shop it's at so any thoughts on the process of repairing this before hand to compare would be greatly appreciated