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ok, my switchback bogs in the powder from time to time. at first it was after lots of powder riding so i know that i was sucking in moisture. i ordered a powder prefilter to stop that from happening again. but yesterday it did it here and there and i think it only does it when the thing is turning right ( the exhaust is covered) this never happened with my rmk. i am not sure it is linked to the exhaust. what do you think. out on thr trail it never happens.

it only happens when i am pretty much wide open. its like its not getting enough air or there is too much back pressure in the powder. i dont think it is a problem with the engine


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It probably can't put out the exhaust quickly enough when it's crankin' because of the snow semi-blocking it. That happens on my friend's Mach also.
 

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make a second exhaust outlet, lots of people do it out west. reroute it to the radius rods. the M7 ehaust comes out by the a arm.
 

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thanks guys, i thought this may be the prob. i figured i wasnt the only one or sled that this happens too. i will have to be a little creative here
 
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