Home > Snowmobile Tech > How To > Ski-Doo ACE Engine Oil Change How-To By Andy SwansonJune 22, 2016 Unlike two-stroke engines that consume oil, four-strokes circulate oil, and it essentially wears out with use. Ski-Doo officials say one of their goals was to create a multi-purpose sled that could not only keep mom or dad happy on the trail, but be a sled they could train children and coax along less experienced friends. Plus it is dropped into the REV-XP chassis for a variety of models so it’ll be a good handler on the trails. Step 2: Set-Up Remove both side panels and set them aside. Step 7: Reinstall Plugs By now the old oil has had time to drain out of the engine.
Reinstall the dipstick into the filler tube, start the engine and let it run for a minute or two. Turn off the engine and check the oil level, and check the machine for signs of leaks. If it all looks good, insert the dipstick and install the clutch cover and side panel. Be careful not to spill or drip oil when working near the clutches and drive belt. Obviously, make sure the area is well ventilated while the engine is running. Thanks for Supporting Kelley Blue Book. We deliver up-to-date car values, expert reviews and unbiased reporting at nocost to you. To do this, we display ads from only trusted automotive partners.To continue on our site, simply turn off your ad blocker and refresh the page. You’ll have slight engine braking to help you slow in the corners. If you’re taking a run with a less aggressive crowd, drop back to standard, where acceleration is normal and gas mileage is good.
The dipstick is yellow and directly behind the secondary clutch. Steps for the Ski-Doo ACE 600 engine are the same. Clean any oil that might have dripped off of the old filter, and then reinstall the right side panel. First, the iTC is a system much like we’ve seen on a variety of cars in the past five or six years. It allows you to dial in the performance YOU want via three modes controlled by a green switch on the dash. The filter has a tight, friction fit into the cover so the cover and filter might come out together after you remove the screws.