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I have an orange/camo graphics 2017 ZR 6000 Limited that I have put over 14,000 trouble-free kilometres on since December of 2017.
I love this sled!
I am a little worried that I am possibly running on borrowed time.
I do a fair bit of high speed riding on lakes and rivers, and my exhaust temperature is always near the High end of the temperature scale when traveling at speed - as evidenced by this photo:


My coolant temperature is almost always less than 1/2 way through the L - H scale.

So my question for you is: why is my exhaust so darned hot?
Is this normal?
Should I be concerned???

Thanks in advance - I hope you’re all having a great season on the snow!


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Is the plastic really melted? or just discolored?
Since your running board has some discoloration, I bet it's just 2 stroke build up.
Careful cleaning. No aggressive solvents. Magic eraser should help quite a bit.
 

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Is the plastic really melted? or just discolored?
Since your running board has some discoloration, I bet it's just 2 stroke build up.
Careful cleaning. No aggressive solvents. Magic eraser should help quite a bit.
That’s what I was hoping to hear FrozenTows.
I purchased a new graphic to replace that small section. I’ll work on cleaning it up next week and see how it turns out


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