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Just picked up two new left over 2006 Crossfire 700's. In the process of studding these machines, I discovered that one of these sleds has a major heat exchanger mod and the other (apparently early build) did not. Since I am sure AC made the improvement based on experience with inadequate cooling on the early build models, I am wondering if any other Crossfire riders have approached AC about a very "cost friendly" update to the early build model to avoid the aggravation of an unnecessarily overheated sled?
 

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what are the build dates on the two sleds (on the decal under the VIN right side of tunnel)
 

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feb 06 for the early build and a summer month for the later build, (june thru august i think)
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (mainecats @ Jan 8 2007, 02:55 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
Just picked up two new left over 2006 Crossfire 700's. In the process of studding these machines, I discovered that one of these sleds has a major heat exchanger mod and the other (apparently early build) did not. Since I am sure AC made the improvement based on experience with inadequate cooling on the early build models, I am wondering if any other Crossfire riders have approached AC about a very "cost friendly" update to the early build model to avoid the aggravation of an unnecessarily overheated sled?[/b]
I have an EB and mine overheated 2x last year. Actually my light came on and I pulled over and got some snow on the exchanger. I was on hard pack and ice. This year I am putting ice scratchers on; should sove the problem should it happen again. :thumbsup:
 
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