BOMBARDIER Formula Mx Lt 1988 Operator`s manual

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FORMULA*
MACH1
MX/MXLT
PLUS/PLUS LT
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
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414 6830 00
model
V.I.N.
purchase date
warranty expiry date
To be completed by dealer at time of sale
DEALER IMPRINT AREA
AFTER SALES SERVICE
BOMBARDIER INC.
VALCOURT (QUEBEC)
CANADA
JOE 2LO
The following are trademarks of Bombardier Inc.
ALPINE®
BOMBARDIER®
ELAN®
FORMULA*
NORDIK®
ROTAX®
SKI-DOO®
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Duality
Service
Litho' d in Canada
®*Trademarks of Bombardier Inc.
All rights reserved c Bombardier Inc.
FOREWORD __________________
The operator manual and the SSCC
Snowmobiler's Safety Handbook have
been prepared to acquaint the owner I
operator or passenger of a new snowmobile with the various vehicle controls,
maintenance and safe operating instructions. Each is indispensable for the proper
use of the product, and should be kept
with the vehicle at all times.
Should you have any questions pertaining to the warranty and its application,
please consult the "Often Asked Question" section of this manual, or your
authorized dealer.
This manual uses the following symbols.
WARNING : Identifies an instruction which, if not followed, could
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cause serious personal injuries including possibility of death.
,_.CAUTION : Denotes an instrucT tion which, if not followed, could
severely damage vehicle components.
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NOTE : Indicates supplementary
information needed to fully complete an instruction.
The information and components I system descriptions contained in this manual are correct at time of publication.
Bombardier Inc. however, maintains a
policy of continuous improvement of its
products without imposing upon itself
any obligation to install them on products previously manufactured.
Bombardier Inc. reserves the right at any
time to discontinue or change specifications, designs, features, models or
equipment without incurring obligation.
The illustrations show the typical construction of the different assemblies and,
in all cases, may not reproduce the full
detail or exact shape of the parts shown,
however, they represent parts which
have the same or a similar function.
Most specifications are given in both
metric and customary units. Where precise accuracy is not required, some conversions are rounded off for easier use.
A shop manual can be obtained for complete service, maintenance and repair information.
Although the mere reading of such information does not eliminate the hazard,
your understanding of the information
will promote its correct use.
WARNING :The engines and the
corresponding components iden•
tified in this manual should not be utilized on product(s) other than those
mentioned on the cover page of this
manual.
WARNING: Maintenance procedures and tightening torques
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must be strictly adhered to, never attempt repairs unless the appropriate
tools are available.
,_.CAUTION : Most components of
T this vehicle are built with parts
dimensioned in the metric system.
Most fasteners are metric and must
not be replaced by customary fasteners or vice versa. Mismatched or incorrect fasteners could cause damage
to the vehicle or possible personal injury.
INDEX _________________________
SAFETY MEASURES
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THE 1990 SNOWMOBILE LIMITED WARRANTY
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OFTEN ASKED QUESTIONS ............... .
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LISTING OF AREA DISTRIBUTORS . ....... .
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HOW TO IDENTIFY YOUR SNOWMOBILE . .
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CONTROLS/INSTRUMENTS ..........
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Throttle lever
Brak~ lever
lgnitibn I light switch
Headlamp dimmer switch
Emergency cut-out switch
Tether cut-out switch
Rewind starter handle
Primer button
Adjustable steering handle
Speedometer
Tachometer
Temperature gauge
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Injection oil level pilot lamp
High beam pilot lamp
Tank cap
Fuel level gauge
Hood latches
Storage compartment
Spark plug holder
Tachometer fuse
Spare drive belt holder
Fuel shut-off valve
Rear bumper
Front grab handle
BREAK-IN PERIOD ...... .
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10-hour inspection
10-hour inspection check list
Engine
Belt
FUEL & OIL ..
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Recommended fuel
Recommended oil
PR~STARTCHECK
Oil injection system
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Check points
STARTING PROCEDURE ........................ .
Manual starting
Before riding
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Emergency starting
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LUBRICATION
Frequency
Steering and front suspension
mechanism
Drive axle
Countershaft (brake disc and
driven pulley)
Brake caliper
Slide suspension
Chaincase oil level
Oil injection system
Rotary valve system
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MAINTENANCE
Service and maintenance chart
Belt guard removal
Drive belt removal and installation
Drive belt condition
New drive belt
Brake condition
Brake adjustment
Spark plugs
Suspension condition
Suspension adjustment
Limiter screw
Track condition
Track tension and alignment
Drive and driven pulleys
Drive chain tension
Steering and front suspension
mechanism
Steering and ski leg camber
adjustment
Exhaust system
Engine compartment
Air filter
Carburetor adjustment
High altitude kit
Oil injection system
Cooling system
Headlamp beam aiming
Bulb replacement
General inspection
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STORAGE
Track
Controls
Drive pulley
Countershaft (brake disc and
driven pulley)
Engine
Driven pulley
Fuel tank and carburetors
General inspection
IMPORTANT PRE-SEASON PREPARATION. . . . . . ......... .
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Pre-season preparation chart
TROUBLE SHOOTING ...
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TOOLS
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SPECIFICATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .................. .
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Sl METRIC INFORMATION GUIDE . . .... .
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SAFETY
MEASURES ____________________________
Observe the following
precautions :
• Throttle mechanism should be checked
for free movement before starting engine.
• Do not operate vehicle near snow making equipment.
• The snowmobile engine can be stopped
by activating the emergency cut-out or
tether switches or turning off the key.
• Clean and check operation of the headlight, tail light and brake light.
• Engine should be running only when belt
guard and I or pulley guard is secured in
place.
• Never run the engine without drive belt
installed. Running an unloaded engine
can prove to be dangerous.
• Never run the engine when the track is
raised off the ground.
• It can be dangerous to run engine with
the hood removed.
• Gasoline is flammable and explosive under certain conditions. Always manipulate
in a well ventilated area. Do not smoke
or allow open flames or sparks in the vicinity. If gasoline fumes are noticed while
driving, the cause should be determined
and corrected without delay.
• Maintain your vehicle in top mechanical
condition at all times.
• Your snowmobile is not designed to be
driven or operated on black top, bare
earth, ice, hard pack or other abrasive
surfaces. On such surfaces abnormal and
excessive wear of critical parts is inevitable.
• Your snowmobile is not designed to be
operated on public streets, road or highways. In most States and Provinces, it is
considered an illegal operation.
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Installation of other than standard equipment, including ski-spreaders, bumpers,
pack racks, etc., could severely affect the
stability and safety of your vehicle. Avoid
adding on accessories that alter the basic
vehicle configuration.
Whenever the vehicle is parked outdoors,
overnight or for a long period, it is suggested to protect it against the inclemency of the weather with a snowmobile
cover.
Do not lubricate throttle and I or brake cables and housings.
Only perform procedures as detailed in
this manual. Unless otherwise specified,
engine should be turned OFF for all lubrication and maintenance procedures.
Since engine cooling is fully in effect only
when the vehicle is in motion and driven
on snow, it is not recommended that you
allow the engine to idle for more than
brief periods and I or you drive the vehicle on icy surfaces. Prolonged idling and I
or continuous driving on ice may cause
engine damage.
When removing coolant tank cap, first
place a cloth over cap then turn cap to
its first step to release pressure. Never
drain or refill the cooling system when engine is hot.
These vehicles are designed for the driver
only. No provisions have been made for
a passenger.
The performance of these vehicles may
significantly exceed that of other snowmobiles you have operated. Therefore,
use of this vehicle by novice or inexperienced operators is not recommended.
Should removal of a locking device be
required when undergoing repairs I disassembly, always replace by new ones.
Tighten fasteners as specified in the applicable Shop Manual.
PLEASE READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS IN THE
SNOWMOBILER'S SAFETY HANDBOOK, THE OPERATOR'S MANUAL AND ON THE
VEHICLE
BOTH MANUALS SHOULD REMAIN WITH THE VEHICLE
AT THE TIME OF RESALE
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THE 1990 SNOWMOBILE
LIMITED WARRANTY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
1 -PERIOD
BOMBARDIER INC. as manufacturer, warrants FROM THE DATE OF DELIVERY TO THE
FIRST CONSUMER, every 1990 BOMBARDIER® snowmobile, sold as NEW AND UNUSED,
and predelivered by an authorized BOMBARDIER® dealer for a period of:
• 12 consecutive months.
• Warranty coverage on all new snowmobiles delivered between August 1st and
December 1st of a year will expire on December 1st of the following year.
2- WHAT BOMBARDIER INC. WILL DO
BOMBARDIER INC. will repair and/or replace, at its option, components defective
in material and/or workmanship (under normal use and service), with a genuine
BOMBARDIER® component without charge for parts or labour, at any authorized
BOMBARDIER® dealer during said warranty period.
3 - CONDITION TO HAVE WARRANTY WORK PERFORMED
Present to the servicing dealer, the hard copy of the BOMBARDIER® Warranty Registration
card or proof of purchase received by the customer from the selling dealer at time of
delivery.
4 - EXCLUSIONS - ARE NOT WARRANTED
• Normal wear on all items such as, but not limited to :
- drive belts
- slider shoes
- spark plugs
-
bulbs
runners on skis
• Replacement parts and/or accessories which are not genuine BOMBARDIER® parts
and I or accessories.
• Damage resulting from installation of parts other than genuine BOMBARDIER® parts.
• Damage caused by failure to provide proper maintenance as detailed in the Operator's
Manual. The labour, parts and lubricants costs of all maintenance services, including
tune-ups and adjustments will be charged to the owner.
• Cold seizure and piston scuffing caused by insufficient warm-up.
• Vehicles designed and I or used for racing purposes.
• All optional accessories installed on the vehicle. (The normal warranty policy for parts
and accessories, if any, applies).
• Damage resulting from accident, fire or other casualty, misuse, abuse or neglect.
• Damage resulting from operation of the snowmobile on surfaces other than snow.
• Damage resulting from modification to the snowmobile not approved in writing by
BOMBARDIER INC.
• Damage incurred by track studs.
• Losses incurred by the snowmobile owner other than parts and labour, such as, but
not limited to, transportation, towing, telephone calls, taxis, or any other incidental
or consequential damage.
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5 - BATTERY WARRANTY:
• 12 consecutive months (Pro-rated).
100% warranty coverage will start on the date the snowmobile was delivered and
run to the following April 3Qth. The remainder of the 12 month-period will be prorated as follows :
- 50% from April 3Qth to December 1st.
- 40% from December 1st to December 31st.
- 30% from January 1st to end of warranty.
6 - EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES
This warranty gives you specific rights and you may also have other legal rights
which may vary from state to state, or province to province. Where applicable
this warranty is expressly in lieu of all other expressed or implied warranties of
BOMBARDIER INC., its distributors and the selling dealer, including any warranty of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose ; otherwise the implied warranty is limited to the duration of this warranty. However, some states
or provinces do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so
the above limitation may not apply.
Neither the distributor, the selling dealer, nor any other person has been authorized to make any affirmation, representation or warranty other than those contained in this warranty, and if made, such affirmation, representation or warranty
shall not be enforceable against BOMBARDIER INC. or any other person.
Some states or provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental
or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply.
BOMBARDIER INC. reserves the right to modify its warranty policy at any time,
being understood that such modification will not alter the warranty conditions
applicable to vehicles sold while the above warranty is in effect.
7- CONSUMER ASSISTANCE
If a servicing problem or other difficulty occurs, we suggest the following :
1. Try to solve the problem at the dealership with the Service Manager or Owner.
2. If this fails, contact your area distributor listed in the Operator's Manual.
3. Then if your grievance still remains unsolved, you may write to us :
Bombardier Inc.
Service Department
Snowmobile Division
Valcourt, Quebec, Canada JOE 2LO
September 1988
Bombardier Inc.
Valcourt, Quebec, Canada JOE 2LO
®*Trademarks of Bombardier Inc.
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OFTEN ASKED
QUESTIONS ___________________________
0 : Why must my snowmobile be registered at the factory? After all I do have my
original invoice as proof of when I purchased my snowmobile.
A : Registration is very important and your dealer must register your snowmobile with Bombardier Inc. Make sure the card has been sent. All of this will
allow you to :
a) have warranty work perfomed at any authorized Bombardier dealer in North
America. Your registration card wJJ/ provide the dealer with all the necessary
data to complete warranty claim forms.
b) be advised by Bombardier should there be a safety recall or particular warranty campaign.
c) be contacted much faster by the police, the minute they find your stolen
vehicle (if such a case occurs).
0 : Why must my snowmobile be registred with the governing body having jurisdiction over snowmobile use?
A : Snowmobile registration has two purposes : it allows the state or province
to maintain records of existing snowmobiles and governemental agencies use
the registration fees for establishing and maintaining trails.
0: Where can I find information on the lubrication and maintenance of my snowmobile?
A : In the Operator Manual provided with the vehicle at the time of delivery.
0: Will the entire warranty be void or cancelled, if I do not operate or maintain
my new snowmobile exactly as specified in the Operator's Manual?
A : The warranty of the new snowmobile cannot be "Voided" or "Cancelled':
However, if a particular failure is caused by operation or maintenance other
than is shown in the Operator Manual, that failure may not be covered under
warranty. This includes service work performed by the customer, especially
the critical adjustments to ignition, timing, carburation and oil injection I or oil
mixture.
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0: Would you give some examples of abnormal use or strain, neglect or abuse
which may affect warranty?
A : These terms are general and overlap each other in areas. Some specific
examples may include : running the machine out of oil, chain failure caused
by a lack of lubrication, operating the machine with a broken or damaged part
which causes another part to fail, and so on. If you have any specific questions
on operation or maintenance, please contact your dealer for advice.
0: What costs are my responsibility during the warranty period?
A : The customer's responsibility includes all costs of normal maintenance
services, non-warranty repairs, accidents and collision damage, as well as oils,
and spark plugs, and incidental or consequential damages costs as explained
in the warranty.
0: Are "Genuine" Bombardier replacement parts used in warranty repairs covered
by warranty?
A : Yes. When installed by an authorized dealer, any "Genuine" Bombardier
part used in warranty repairs assumes the remaining warranty that exists on
the machine.
0 : If I sell my snowmobile within the warranty period, will the new owner qualify
for the balance of the warranty?
A : Yes, provided the unit has already been registered with the manufacturer.
0 : How can I receive the best owner assistance?
A : The satisfaction and goodwill of the owners of Bombardier products are
of primary concern to your dealer and Bombardier Inc. Normally, any problems
that arise in connection with the sales transaction or the operation of your
snowmobile will be handled by your Dealers Sales or Service Departments. It
is recognized, however, that despite the best intentions of everyone concerned,
misunstandings will sometimes occur. Frequently, complaints are the result of
a breakdown in communications and can quickly be resolved by a member of
the dealership management. If the problem already has been reviewed with the
Sales Manager or Service Manager, contact the Dealer himself or the General
Manager.
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LISTING OF AREA
DISTRIBUTORS ________________________
CANADIAN DISTRIBUTORS
AMERICAN DISTRIBUTORS
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC
EAST-CENTRAL, CENTRAL,
WESTERN REGION
SERVICE OFFICE
BOMBARDIER INC.
Valcourt, Quebec JOE 2LO
(514) 532-2211
SALES OFFICE
BOMBARDIER INC.
1350 Nobel Street
Boucherville, Quebec J4B 1A1
(514) 655-6121
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO
SERVICE AND SALES OFFICE
BOMBARDIER INC.
230 Bayview Drive
Barrie, Ontario L4N 5E9
(705) 728-8600
ATLANTIC REGION
SERVICE OFFICE
BOMBARDIER INC.
PO. Box 7060
Riverview, New Brunswick E1B 1VO
(506) 386-6117
SALES OFFICE
BOMBARDIER INC.
1350 Nobel Street
Boucherville, Quebec J4B 1A1
(514) 655-6121
SALES OFFICE
BOMBARDIER CORPORATION
7575 Packer Drive
P.O. Box 8035
Wausau, WI 54402-8035
(715) 842-8886
EAST-CENTRAL, CENTRAL REGION
SERVICE OFFICE
BOMBARDIER CORPORATION
4505 West Superior Street
PO. Box 16106
Duluth, MN 55816-0106
(218) 628-2881
WESTERN REGION
SERVICE OFFICE
BOMBARDIER CORPORATION
PO. Box 1572
Golden, CO 80402-1572
(303) 232-5284
EASTERN REG ION
SERVICE AND SALES OFFICE
BOMBARDIER CORPORATION
East Main Street Road
Malone, NY 12953
(518) 483-4411
ALBERTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MANITOBA,
SASKATCHEWAN, YUKON
ALASKA
SERVICE AND SALES OFFICE
BROOKS EQUIPMENT LIMITED
1616 King Edward Street
PO. Box 985
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 2V8
(204) 633-7247
SERVICE AND SALES OFFICE
THE BRYANT CORPORATION
NE. 19Qth & Woodinville
Snohomish Road
PO. Box 389
Woodinville, WA 98072
(206) 482-0110
NEWFOUNDLAND, LABRADOR
SERVICE AND SALES OFFICE
CHARLES R. BELL LIMITED
Riverside Drive
PO. Box 1050
Corner Brook, Newfoundland A2H 6J7
(709) 634-3533
NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES,
FRANKLIN DISTRICT & KEEWATIN
SERVICE AND SALES OFFICE
HUDSON'S BAY CO. LIMITED
165 Hymus Blvd
Pointe-Claire, Quebec H9R 1G2
(514) 630-5279
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HOW TO IDENTIFY
YOUR SNOWMOBILE _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
The main components of your snowmobile (engine, track and frame) are identified
by different serial numbers. It may sometimes become necessary to locate these
numbers for warranty purposes or to trace your snowmobile in the event of theft.
(TYPICAL)
(TYPICAL)
Engine serial
number
A015 002 019
A009 005 002
(TYPICAL)
Vehicle serial number
A024 007 001
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NOTE :We strongly recommend that you take note of all the serial numbers
on your vehicle and supply them to your insurance company.
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CONTROLS/
INSTRUMENTS ________________________
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A015 007 046
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
G)
H)
I )
J )
High Beam P1Jot Lamp (blue)
Temperature Gauge
Speedometer
Trip Meter Reset Button
Tachometer
Electric Fuel Gauge*
Injection Oil Level Pilot Lamp (red)
Adjustable Steering Handle
Emergency Cut-out Switch
Throttle Lever
K)
L )
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N)
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P)
0)
R)
S)
Primer Button
Rewind Starter Handle
Hood Latches
Fuel Tank Cap
Ignition I Light Switch
Fuel Level Indicator
(MXIMX LT only)
Tether Cut-out Switch
Brake Lever
Head/amp Dimmer Switch
* Optional for MX/ MX LT
A) High Beam Pilot Lamp
(Blue)
Lights when headlamp is on high beam.
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B) Temperature Gauge
The gauge indicates engine coolant temperature. Normal operating temperature
is from 50° to 100°C (120°- 212°F).
F) Electric Fuel Level Gauge
The electric fuel gauge is located in the
dashboard and allows driver to observe
the fuel level while riding the snowmobile.
G) Injection Oil Level Pilot
Lamp (Red)
A015 007 005
However, coolant temperature can vary
according to driving conditions. If coolant temperature exceeds 100°C (212°F)
reduce speed and run vehicle in loose
snow or stop engine immediately.
WARNING :To remove coolant
tank cap, place a cloth over the
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cap and unscrew it to the first stop to
release the pressure. If this notice is
disregarded loss of fluid and severe
burns could occur.
C) Speedometer/Odometer/
Trip Meter
The speedometer is linked directly to the
drive axle. Direct-reading dial indicates
the speed of the vehicle.
Odometer records the total distance
travelled.
Trip meter records the distance travelled
until it is reset.
D) Trip Meter Reset Button
Will light up when injection oil level is
low. Check level and replenish as soon
as possible.
,..- CAUTION: Do not run engine out
T of oil. Serious engine damage
will occur.
NOTE: Whenever brake lever is
actuated, oil injection level pilot
lamp should light up. If not replace lamp.
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H) Adjustable Steering
Handle
Steering handle height is adjustable, see
your authorized dealer.
I) Emergency Cut-out Switch
A push pull type switch located on the
right side of the handlebar. To stop the
engine in an emergency, push the button to the lower off position and simultaneously apply the brake. To start engine, button must be at the upper ON
position.
~ON
To reset, turn button clockwise until all
numbers read zero.
E) Tachometer
The tachometer registers the impulses
of magneto. Direct-reading dial indicates
the number of revolutions per minute
(RPM) of the engine.
Upper position
before starting
Lower position
to stop engine
A015 006 021
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The driver of this vehicle should familiarize himself with the function of this
device by using it several times on first
outing. Thereby being mentally prepared for emergency situations requiring its
use.
WARNING : If the switch has
been used in an emergency situ•
ation the source of malfunction should
be determined and corrected before
restarting engine.
J) Throttle Lever
Located on the right side of handlebar.
When compressed, it controls the engine speed and the engagement of the
transmission. When released, engine
speed returns automatically to idle.
K) Primer Button
Pull and push button (two-three times)
to start a cold engine.
L) Rewind Starter Handle
Auto rewind type located on right hand
side of vehicle. To engage mechanism,
pull handle, slowly until a resistance is
felt then pull vigorously.
WARNING : Never use an open
flame to check fuel level.
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0) Ignition/Light Switch
The lights are automatically ON whenever the engine is running .
OFF
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A002 007 002
Key operated, two position switch. To
start the engine, first turn key to ON
position. To stop the engine, turn the key
to OFF position.
P) Fuel Level Indicator
Mounted on left side of fuel tank, it provides visual indication of fuel level in
tank.
M) Hood Latches
Q) Tether Cut-out Switch
Pull down the latches to unlock the
hood from its anchors.
NOTE : Always lift hood gently until stopped by retaining device.
WARNING: It is dangerous to
run an engine with the hood
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opened, unfastened or removed.
A pull switch located below the handlebar. Attach tether cord to wrist or other
convenient location then snap tether
cut-out cap over receptacle before starting engine.
If emergency engine "shut off" is required completely pull cap from safety
switch and engine power will be automatically shut "off".
NOTE : The cap must be installed
on the safety switch at all times
in order to operate the vehicle.
WARN lNG : If the switch is used
in an emergency situation the
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source of malfunction should be determined and corrected before restarting engine.
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N) Fuel Tank Cap
Unscrew to fill up tank then fully tighten.
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R) Brake Lever
Located on the left side of handlebar.
When compressed, the brake is applied.
When released, it automatically returns
to its original position. Braking effect is
proportional to the pressure applied on
the lever and to the type of terrain and
its snow coverage.
S) Headlamp Dimmer Switch
The dimmer switch, located on left side
of handlebar, allows correct selection of
headlamp beam. To obtain high or low
beam simply flick switch.
Storage Compartment
(Formula Plus/ LT & Mach 1
only)
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WARNING: Do not sit on cover
at rear of seat while riding.
Tool Bag
To gain access, tilt hood.
Spark Plug Holder
To keep spark plugs dry and prevent
shocks that might affect the adjustment
or break them, a holder is provided under hood, close to top of RH side shock
absorber.
Fully tighten them into the holder.
A015 008 007
Spark plugs
in holder
Tachometer Fuse
The tachometer is protected by a 0.1
ampere rated fuse. Fuse holder is located under the hood beside the tachometer. If it stops operating, check fuse condition and replace if necessary.
-.r CAUTION : Do not use a higher
T rated fuse as this can cause severe damage to the tachometer.
A016 007 008
15
(TYPICAL)
Tachometer
These stoppers are set so that the inner
tip of the lever contacts the stoppers
while in the fully opened or fully closed
positions.
Stoppers
A015 004 005
Fuse holder
Spare Drive Belt Holder
A spare drive belt can be installed in
drive belt holder clips on belt guard.
Spare drive belt
holder clips
R.H.
footrest
A015 oo7 o47
When opening or closing valve, always
rotate lever so that it flips over the stopper and maintains its position.
Fully opened ~"
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A024 003 001
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Fuel Shut-off Valve
It is recommended to close it when
transporting or storing vehicle. The valve
is under hood, on top of R.H. side footrest.
Two stoppers are provided on the fuel
shut-off valve to prevent the lever from
rotating due to vibration.
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Fully closed
A015 008 008
Fully open the valve in order to operate
the vehicle.
..., CAUTION :Always fully open
T the valve before riding. Never
allow the valve lever to remain between stoppers.
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NOTE: It may be necessary to
push against stopper if lever is
hard to get in position.
Rear Bumper
On Formula MX I PLUS I MACH 1, the
rear bumper can be installed in two positions as desired by the driver. The low
position can be used in deep snow to
provide grip at a more convenient level.
Remove
screws
(TYPICAL)
A015 005 025
- Remove bumper.
- Reverse bumper position and insert
in tunnel.
- When installing bumper in lower position, the retaining screws have to
be relocated to different holes, as
shown.
Location of screws
for bumper in
low position
A015 005 042
(TYPICAL)
High position
bumper
screw holes
A015 007 024
A015 005 041
To install bumper in lower position, proceed as follows :
- Lift snow guard and block in that position.
- From inside tunnel, remove bumper
retaining screws. Two per side.
- Firmly tighten bumper screws.
- Lower snow guard.
NOTE : When installing bumper at
upper position, bumper retaining
screws have to be relocated to different
holes, as shown.
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Location of screws
for bumper in
high position
A015 007 025
Front Grab Handle
Located at the front of the bottom pan,
this grab handle must be used whenever
front of vehicle is lifted.
A018 007 006
Front grab
handle
,.,. CAUTION : Do not use skis to
T pull or lift vehicle.
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BREAK-IN PERIOD _ _ _ _ _ __
Engine
Belt
With Bombardier-Rotax snowmobile engines, a break-in period is required before running the vehicle at full throttle.
Engine manufacturer's recommendation is 10 to 15 operating hours. During
this period, maximum throttle should
not exceed 3/4, however, brief full acceleration and speed variations contribute to a good break-in. Continued wide
open throttle accelerations, prolonged
cruising speeds, and engine overhea_ting are detrimental during the break-m
period.
NOTE : To assure additional protection during the initial engine breakin 500 ml (18 imp. oz) of BLIZZARD Oil
(P/ N 496 0135 00) or the same quantity of BOMBARDIER Injection Oil (PIN
496 01 33 00) should be added to gas
for the first full gas tank filling.
A new drive belt requires a break-in period of 25 km (15 miles).
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10 - Hour Inspection
As with any precision piece of mechanical equipment, we suggest that after
the first 10 hours of operation or 30
days after the purchase, whichever
comes first, your vehicle be checked by
your authorized dealer. T~is insp~ction
will give you the opportumty to d1scuss
the unanswered questions you may
have encountered during the first hours
of operation.
The 10-hour inspection is at the expense of the vehicle owner.
~CAUTION : Remove and clean
T
spark plugs after engine break-in.
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10- HOUR INSPECTION CHECK LIST
Engine timing
Spark plug condition : (remove and clean)
Carburetor adjustments
Oil injection pump adjustment
Engine head nuts
Drive pulley screw (torque)
Engine mount screws
Muffler attachment
Chaincase oil level
Drive chain tension
Injection system oil level
Engine coolant level
Brake operation and lining condition
Ski alignment (runners condition), ski leg camber adjustment
Steering arm, retorque to 25 N•m (18 lbf•ft)
Handlebar bolts, retorque to 26 N•m (19 lbf•ft)
Driven pulley preload
Pulley alignment and drive belt condition
Track condition, tension and alignment
Suspension, torque rear axle screw to 48 N•m (35 lbf•ft)
Lubrication (steering, suspension, drive axle, etc.)
Electrical wiring routing I connections
Tighten all loose bolts, nuts and linkage
Operation of lighting system (HI I LO beam, brake light, etc.),
test operation of emergency cut-out switch and tether cut-out switch
We recommend that you have your dealer sign this inspection.
Date of 10-hour inspection
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Dealer signature
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FUEL & OIL _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Recommended Fuel
Use regular unleaded gasoline, available
from most service stations or gasohol
containing less than 10% ethanol.
WARNING :Remove fuel tank
cap slowly. Fuel may be under
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pressure and spray may cause fire and
injuries. Fuel is flammable and explosive under certain conditions. Always
manipulate in a well ventilated area.
Do not smoke or allow open flames or
sparks in the vicinity.
'W' CAUTION : Never experiment
T with other fuels or fuel ratios.
The use of fuel containing methanol,
or similar products including naphta is
not recommended. The use of unrecommended fuel can result in vehicle
performance deterioration and damage to critical parts in the fuel system
and engine components .
WARNING: Never top up the
fuel tank before placing the ve•
hicle in a warm area. At certain temperatures, fuel will expand and overflow. Always wipe off any fuel spillage
from the snowmobile.
If BOMBARDIER Snowmobile Injection
Oil is unavailable, substitute with
BLIZZARD Oil (P/N 496 0135 00).
'W' CAUTION : Never mix brands of
T two cycle oil as serious chemical reactions can cause severe damage. Never use outboard or straight
mineral oils.
Oil Injection System
Always maintain a sufficient amount of
BOMBARDIER Snowmobile Injection Oil
in the injection oil tank.
'W' CAUTION : Never allow oil level
T to drop more than 2/3.
Oil injection
reservoir
Maximum level:
13 mm (1/2 inl
from top
Recommended Oil
Use BOMBARDIER Snowmobile Injection Oil (PIN 496 0133 00 - 1 liter) available from the authorized dealer. This
type of oil will flow at temperatures as
low as minus 40°C (-40°F).
A015 002 056
'W' CAUTION: Check level and refill
T every time you refuel. Do not
overfill. Wipe off any spillage.
NOTE : For initial engine break-in,
fill up fuel tank and add 500 ml
(18 imp. oz) of BLIZZARD or same quantity of BOMBARDIER Injection Oil.
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PRE-START CHECK _ _ _ _ _ __
Check Points
• ACTIVATE THE THROTTLE CONTROL
LEVER SEVERAL TIMES to check that
it operates easily and smoothly. The
throttle control lever must return to
idle position when released.
• Check that the skis and the track are
not frozen to the ground or snow surface and that steering operates freely.
• Activate the brake control lever and
make sure the brake fully applies before the brake control lever touches
the handlebar grip.
WARNING: Before removing the
radiator pressure cap place a
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cloth over the cap and unscrew it to
the first step to release the pressure.
Never drain or refill the cooling system
when engine is hot. Loss of fluid and
severe burns could occur if this notice
is disregarded.
• Check injection oil level.
• Check fuel level.
• Ensure fuel shut-off valve is in fully
opened position.
• Check coolant level. Liquid should be
at level mark (engine cold).
Coolant
tank
A015 007 047
A015 002 057
If additional coolant is necessary or if
entire system has to be refilled, use a
solution of three parts of antifreeze for
two parts of water (60% antifreeze,
40% water).
NOTE : Always use ethylene-glycol
antifreeze containing corrosion inhibitors specifically recommended for
aluminum engines.
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footrest
• Verify that the path ahead of the vehicle is clear of bystanders and obstacles.
• Clean and check operation of the
head-light, taillight and brakelight.
WARNING :Only start your snowmobile once all components are
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checked and functioning properly.
STARTING PROCEDURE _ _ _ __
Test throttle control lever operation.
Check that the emergency cut-out
switch is in the ON position.
ON
Before Riding
Check operation of the emergency cutout switch and tether switch. Restart
engine.
WARNING : If engine does not
shut-off when applying the emer•
gency cut-out switch and I or when
pulling the tether cut-out cap, stop the
engine by turning OFF the ignition key.
Do not operate the vehicle further, see
an authorized dealer.
NOTE : Engine is warm when operating temperature has been
reached on temperature gauge. On vehicle without temperature gauge, let engine idling three to five minutes.
WARNING :This snowmobile is
propelled by a revolving track
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which must be partially exposed for
proper operation. Serious injuries may
be caused by operator carelessness,
resulting in hands, feet or clothing becoming entangled in the track.
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Upper position
before starting engine
A015 006 022
Ensure the tether cut-out cap is in position and that the cord is attached to
your clothing.
Activate the primer button two or three
times.
NOTE : Primer is not necessary
when the engine is warm.
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~CAUTION
: Use of ether and I or
T other types of fluid as a starting
aid can cause damage to engine components and is not recommended.
Manual Starting
Emergency Starting
Should the rewind starter rope fray and
break, the engine can be started with
the emergency starter rope supplied
with the tool kit.
WARNING :Do not wind starting
rope around your hand. Hold
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rope by the handle only.
Insert the key in the ignition and turn to
ON position.
Grasp manual starter handle firmly and
pull slowly until a resistance is felt then
pull vigorously. Slowly release the rewind starter handle.
WARNING :Do not apply throttle while starting.
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A007 003 030
WARNING :Do not start the vehicle by the drive pulley unless it
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is a true emergency situation. Have the
vehicle repaired as soon as possible.
Attach emergency rope to any available
handle and to the starter clip supplied
in the tool box. Wind the rope tightly
around drive pulley so that when pulled,
pulley will rotate counter-clockwise.
NOTE :The spark plug socket can
be used as an emergency starter
grip.
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A017 001 001
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A015 003 027
A003 003 016
Start engine as per usual manual starting.
WARN lNG : When starting the
vehicle in an emergency situa•
tion, using drive pulley, do not reinstall
the belt guard and return slowly to
have vehicle repaired.
LUBRICATION _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
The following symbols will be used to
show what type of lubricant should be
used at required locations.
Chain lube
or
WD-40
AOOO 000 007
Low
temperature
t-f!iiiiiiiil--
Frequency
Routine maintenance is necessary for all
mechanized products and snowmobiles
are no exception. A weekly vehicle inspection greatly contributes to the life
span of the snowmobile.
It is recommendecj that the steering
system and suspension be lubricated
monthly or every 40 hours of operation.
If the vehicle is operated in wet snow
or in severe conditions these items
should be lubricated more frequently.
Penetrating lubricant is recommended
on moving parts. Use either:
-chain lube from BARDAHL
(BCS 362, dry)
- WD-40
Other grease fittings require low temperature grease (P/N 413 7061 00) using
standard grease gun.
grease
AOOO 006 001
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NOTE : When lubricating through
grease fittings, slowly pump grease
gun until grease appears at joints. Always use low temperature grease (PIN
413 7061 00).
WARNING: Only perform such
procedures as detailed in this
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manual. It is recommended that dealer assistance be periodically obtained
on other components/systems not
covered in this manual. Unless otherwise specified, engine should be turned OFF for all lubrication and maintenance procedures. Do not lubricate
throttle and I or brake cables and housings.
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Steering and Front
Suspension Mechanism
- Lubricate upper and lower control
arms and tie rod ends (steel on steel
only).
- Grease ski legs, ski pivots and idler
arm.
- Coat stabilizer sliders with grease and
oil ball joints.
A015 006 003
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~OTE :Take this opportunity to verify thightness of fasteners and ball
JOints.
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Drive Axle
Lubricate through grease fitting using
low temperature grease only.
Countershaft
(Brake Disc & Driven Pulley)
For proper operation, brake disc and
driven pulley must slide freely on countershaft. Lubricate sparingly.
A015 003 010
r
"1llr CAUTION : Do not lubricate exT cessively as the lubricant could
contact and soil brake pads and I or
drive belt.
Brake caliper
See your authorized dealer for proper lubrication of brake caliper ratchet wheel.
WARNING: Do not lubricate
throttle and I or brake cables and
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housings.
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Slide Supension
Lubricate suspension through following
grease fittings :
Rear portion
- pivot arm : upper and lower axles
Front portion
-front arm : upper and lower axles
-front swing arm : upper and lower
axles
-front shackles
A024 005 002
- rear arm : upper axle
A024 005 003
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Chaincase Oil Level
Oil Injection System
With vehicle on a level surface, check
the oil level by removing the oil filler cap.
With dipstick unscrewed, oil level must
be at lower mark. Refill as required
using BOMBARDIER chaincase oil (P/N
413 8019 00- 250 ml).
Always maintain a sufficient amount of
BOMBARDIER Snowmobile Injection Oil
in the injection oil tank.
~CAUTION :Check level and refill
T every time you refuel. Do not
overfill. Wipe off any spillage.
Injection oil
tank
Maximum level
13 mm (1/2 in)
from top
A015 002 056
Rotary Valve System
A015 003 036
0
oz).
A015 003 044
NOTE : T~e chaincase oil capacity
is approximately 200 ml (7 1mp.
The rotaty valve system is lubricated
with oil from the injection oil reservoir.
Always maintain a sufficient amount of
BOMBARDIER Snowmobile Injection Oil
in the injection oil tank.
~CAUTION :Check level and refill
T every time you refuel. Do not
overfill. Wipe off any spillage.
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MAINTENANCE ________________
The following Maintenance Chart indicates regular servicing schedules to be performed by you or your authorized dealer. If these services are performed as suggested, your snowmobile will give many years of use.
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NOTE: Shadow areas in chart indicate recommended frequency.
WARNING : Only perform such procedures as detailed in this manual. It
is recommended that dealer assistance be periodically obtained on other
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components/systems not covered in this manual. Unless otherwise specified,
engine should be turned off for all lubrication and maintenance procedures.
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SERVICE AND
MAINTENANCE
CHART
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NO!E: The 10-hour inspection is a very important part of proper service and
maintenance.
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Belt Guard Removal
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is
1.
2.
3.
(TYPICAL)
WARNING: Engine should be
operated only when belt guard
properly secured.
Open hood.
Pull out both belt guard retaining pins.
Lift and remove the belt guard.
A015 003 045
4. Slip the belt over the top edge of the
fixed half, as shown.
(TYPICAL)
Retaining pins
A015 003 014
Drive Belt Removal
and Installation
WARNING: Never start or run
engine without the drive belt in•
stalled. Running an unloaded engine
is dangerous.
1. Remove ignition key.
2. Open hood and remove belt guard.
NOTE : Removal and installation
of drive belt is easier when driven
pulley is held with brake so that it can
not rotate. Starter rope, in tool kit, may
be tight-tied around brake lever at handlebar for this purpose.
3. Open the driven pulley by twisting
and pushing the sliding half. Hold in
fully open position.
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A015 003 046
5. Slip the belt out from the drive pulley and remove from the vehicle.
(TYPICAL)
A015 003 047
To install the drive belt, reverse the procedure, however pay attention to the following:
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Maximum drive belt life span is achieved when belt runs in the same direction.
Always install drive belt so printed information can be read when facing pulleys.
Brake Condition
The brake mechanism on your snowmobile is an essential safety device. Keep
this mechanism in proper working condition. Above all, do not operate the
snowmobile without an effective brake
system .
WARNING : Brake pads must be
replaced when fixed pad projects
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1 mm (1/32 in) or less from caliper.
Replacement must be performed by
an authorized dealer.
~CAUTION
: Do not force or use
tools to pry the belt into place,
this could cut or break the cords in
the belt.
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Drive Belt Condition
Inspect belt for cracks, fraying or abnormal wear (uneven wear, wear on one
side, missing cogs, cracked fabric). If
abnormal wear is noted, probable cause
could be pulley misalignment, excessive
RPM with frozen track, fast starts without warm-up period, burred sheave, oil
on belt or distorted belt. Contact your
authorized dealer.
Check drive belt width, replace if less
than 31.9 mm (1-1/4 in).
New Drive Belt
When installing a new drive belt, breakin period of 25 km (15 miles) is strongly recommended.
A015 003 016
13 mm (1/2 in)
approx.
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AOOB 006 002
Brake Adjustment
If a quicker brake response is desired,
strongly squeeze the brake lever several times, this will actuate the adjusting
mechanism.
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e
.
.
.
AOOB 006 002
After the adjustment, brake should apply fully when lever is approximately 13
mm (112 in) from handlebar grip. If not,
do not tamper with the brake, contact
your servicing dealer.
13 mm (1/2 in)
approx.
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Overheated
(light grey)
Normal
(brownish)
AOOO 004 010
,... CAUTION : If spark plug condiT tion is not ideal, contact your
authorized dealer.
Check spark plug gap using a wire feeler gauge, adjust according to technical
data chart.
Reinstall plugs and connect wires.
Suspension Condition
AOOB 006 002
Spark Plugs
Disconnect the spark plug wires and remove the spark plugs.
Check the condition of the plugs.
• A brownish tip reflects ideal conditions. (Carburetor adjustments, spark
plug heat range, etc., are correct).
• A black insulator tip indicates fouling
caused by: carburetor idle speed
mixture and I or high speed mixture
too rich, incorrect fuel mixture ratio,
wrong type of spark plug (heat range),
or excessive idling.
• A light grey insulator tip indicates a
lean mixture caused by: carburetor
high speed mixture adjusted too lean,
wrong spark plug heat range, incorrect fuel mixture ratio, or a leaking
seal or gasket.
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Visually inspect all front and rear suspension components.
NOTE : During normal driving,
snow will act as a lubricant and
coolant for the slider shoes. Extensive
riding on ice or sanded snow will create excessive heat build-up and cause
premature slider shoe wear.
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Suspension Adjustments
The rear suspension has three adjustments:
- The front shock spring to control
weight distribution on ski I track.
-The rear shock spring for driver's
weight.
- Limiter screw to control vehicle weight
transfer.
·
Shock Absorber Spring Adjustment
Driver's weight
Surface condition
A024 005 004
Each shock absorber has a five position
cam located at the bottom of the shock.
Spring preload may be increased or
decreased by turning the cam.
To adjust, use the adjustment key supplied in tool kit. Spray WD-40 between
spring and spring cam to ease adjustment.
FRONT SPRING
NOTE: The front shock absorber
of the rear suspension should be
removed to adjust spring collar.
Use the following key.
0
A015 005 015
When the front spring cam is at the
lowest elevation more weight is distributed on the skis.
At the highest position more weight is
transferred from the skis to the track.
REAR SPRING
Use the following key.
A014 001 001
Fit the key on the shock spring cam and
turn so that spring compress to stiffen
suspension or so that spring extends to
soften suspension.
A024 001 001
Fit the key on the shock spring cam and
turn so that spring compress to stiffen
suspension or so that spring extends to
soften suspension.
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Optional different rate springs are available for your convenience. Ask an authorized dealer for more information.
Limiter Screw
The function of the suspension limiter
screw is to control the vehicle weight
transfer.
The closer the nut is to the cotter pin,
the more the weight will be transferred
to the track to provide better traction.
The farther the nut is from the cotter pin
the less weight will be transferred to
the track, maintaining a more positive
steering. Limiter screw allows weight
transfer adjustment according to driver's
requirement, field and I or snow conditions.
A015 005 015
0
NOTE : As carrying load increases,
a higher cam elevation is required.
Choice of cam positions depends on
operator's weight, riding speed and field
conditions.
Cam
position
1
2
3
4
5
screw
Operator's
weight
Light
Riding
speed
Low
High
Field
condition
Flat
Bumpy
Heavy
Slight suspension bottoming occuring
under the worst riding conditions indicates a good choice of preload adjustment (cam position).
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A015 005 039
The following table is a general guideline only:
Snow
condition
Nut I cotter pin
position
Hill climbing
Close
Hard surface
Far
Allow the suspension to extend normally and check gap half-way along slider
shoe. The gap should be 40 mm (1-9/16
in) between the slider shoe and the bottom inside of the track when applying
a downward pull of 7.3 kg (16 lb). If the
track tension is too loose, track will have
a tendency to thump.
A015 005 040
Nut/ cotter pin
position
In Deep Snow
When operating the vehicle in deep
snow, it may be necessary to vary the
position of front spring adjustment cam,
limiter screw and I or riding position, to
change the angle at which the track
rides on the snow. Operator's familiarity with the various adjustments as well
as snow conditions will dictate the most
efficient combination.
Track Condition
Lift the rear of the vehicle and support
it off the ground. With the engine off,
rotate the track by hand, and inspect
condition. If worn or cut, or if track fibers are exposed, or if missing or defective inserts or guides are noted ; contact an authorized dealer.
WARNING: Do not operate a
snowmobile with a cut, torn or
•
damaged track.
40 mm (1-9/16 in)
with 7.3 kg (16 lb)
A024 005 005
,..-CAUTION : Too much tension
T (minimum 35 mm (1-3/8 in)) will
result in power loss and excessive
stresses on suspension components.
If adjustment is necessary, loosen the
rear idler wheel retaining screws and the
adjuster bolt lock nuts, then loosen or
tighten the adjuster screws located on
the inner side of the rear idler wheels.
If correct tension is unattainable, contact an authorized dealer.
NOTE : Torque retaining screw to
48 N•m (35 lbf•ft) after adjustment.
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Track Tension and Alignment
Tension:
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NOTE : Ride the vehicle in snow
about 15 to 20 minutes prior to
adjusting track tension.
Lift rear of vehicle and support it with
a mechanical stand.
Adjuster
screw
A014 005 021
l.Dosen
lock nut
Loosen
retaining
screw
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0
NOTE: Track tension and alignment are inter-related. Do not adjust one without the other.
Alignment
Start the engine and accelerate just so
that track turns slowly. Check that the
track is well centered ; equal distance
on both sides between edges of track
guides and slider shoes.
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NOTE :Torque retaining screw to
48 N•m (35 lbf•ft) after adjust-
ment.
(TYPICAL)
Torque to
48 N•m (35 lbf•ft)
Adjuster
screw
A014 005 021
adjuster screw lock nut
Restart engine, rotate track slowly and
recheck alignment.
A001 005 005
Drive and driven Pulleys
WARNING: Before checking
track alignment, ensure that the
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track is free of particles which could
be thrown out while it is rotating.
Keep hands, tools, feet and clothing
clear of track. Ensure no-one is standing in close proximity to the vehicle.
To correct, stop the engine, loosen the
retaining screws of both idler wheels as
well as adjuster screw lock nuts. Tighten
the adjuster screw on side where slider
shoe is farthest from track guides.
/
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shoes
d4~
A001 005 011
Tighten adjuster screw lock nuts and
idler wheel retaining screws.
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There are complex mechanism which
operate a high rotational speeds. Each
pulley is dynamically balanced at the
factory. Any tampering by the owner
may disrupt this precision balancing and
create an unstable condition.
Pulleys are factory adjuster to provide
the best performance under most riding conditions. However certain conditions, such as deep snow, high altitude,
pulling a load, etc., may require different adjustments. Contact the authorized
dealer for adjustment.
WARNING: The drive and driven
pulleys must be inspected and
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cleaned by an authorized dealer at
least annually.
Drive Chain Tension
Run vehicle forward so that true freeplay
can be taken. To adjust, remove adjusting screw hair pin. Fully tighten adjusting screw by hand then back off only
far enough for hair pin to engage locking hole and install hair pin.
Turn clockwise
Skis and Runners
Check the condition of the skis and the
ski runners. If worn contact your authorized dealer.
WARNING: Excessively worn
skis and I or ski runners will hin•
der proper vehicle control.
Steering and Ski Leg
Camber Adjustment
There are accurate front suspension
geometry adjustments to perform on
this vehicle and they should be done
only by an authorized dealer.
Exhaust system
A015 003 048
Pull hair pin
Replace any components which have
rusted or developed cracks or holes. Ensure muffler is properly secured in its
mount and the ends of retaining springs
have not been over-stretched. The tail
pipe of the muffler should be centered
with the exit hole in the bottom pan.
This adjustment should provide 3-5 mm
(1/8 - 13/64 in) free-play when measured at the outer circumference of the
brake disc.
.,.,.. CAUTION : Free-play must not
T exceed 5 mm (13/64 in), readjust
if necessary.
WARNING : If the specified freeplay is not reached with the ten•
sioner screw fully tightened, consult
an authorized dealer.
Air Filter
Steering and Front
Suspension Mechanism
Leaving the vehicle uncovered during a
snowfall or riding in deep powder snow
may block air filter.
Visually inspect steering and front suspension mechanism for tightness of
components (steering arms, for control
arms and links, tie rods, ball joints, ski
coupler bolts etc.). If necessary replace
or retighten.
.,.,.. CAUTION : Do not operate vehiT cle with muffler disconnected,
serious engine damage will occur.
Engine Compartment
Keep clean of grass, twigs, clothes, etc.
These are combustible under certain
conditions.
Lift hood and remove air filter from air
intake silencer.
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A) Air Screw Adjustment
Slowly close the air screw (until a slight
seating resistance is felt) then unscrew
1-1/2 turn.
A016 002 012
Air intake silencer
To clean the filter, shake the snow out
of it then, dry it out.
Check that the air box is clean and dry
and properly reinstall the filter.
...,. CAUTION : These vehicles have
T been calibrated with the filter installed. Operating the vehicle without
it will cause damage to the engine.
Carburetor Adjustment
...,. CAUTION : Never operate your
T snowmobile with the air intake
silencer disconnected. Serious engine
damage will occur if this notice is disregarded.
...,. CAUTION : Make sure both carT buretors start to operate simultaneously.
B) Idle Speed Adjustment
Turn idle speed screw clockwise until it
contacts the throttle slide then continue
turning two additional turns. This will
provide a preliminary idle speed setting.
Start engine and allow it to warm up.
Adjust idle speed to 1800-2000 RPM by
turning the idle speed screw clockwise
or counterclockwise.
...,. CAUTION : Severe engine damT age can occur if idle speed is
unattainable. Contact your authorized
dealer.
High Altitude Kit
Snowmobiles used in high altitude areas
(1200 m (4000 ft) and up) are subjected to lose power as temperature, elevation and snow contidion are different.
The carburetor and power train have to
be recalibrated to meet those particular requirements. See your authorized
dealer for high altitude kit installation.
...,. CAUTION : Do not change origiT nal jetting if vehicle is used below 1200 m (4000 ft) .
Oil Injection System
Injection Oil Filter Condition
Inspect oil filter at least once a month.
Insure that filter is not obstructed by foreign particles; if so, see an authorized
dealer.
A
A002 002 009
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Oil filter
A016 002 015
(TYPICAL)
injection oil reservoir
,.,. CAUTION : An obstructed injecT tion oil filter will cause oil starvation resulting in serious engine damage.
~OTE : After a storage period, it is
Important that your dealer replace
the injection oil filrer, that he verifies the
?il fl?w of the injection pump and ad-
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JUSt 1t.
Injection Pump Adjustment
Proper oil injection pump adjustment is
critical, any delay in the opening of the
pump can result in serious engine damage.
,.,. CAUTION : The carburetor must
~e a_djusted before adjusting the
011 InJeCtion pump. Make sure idle
speed is 1800-2000 RPM.
To check adjustment: eliminate the
throttle cable free-play by pressing the
throttle lever until a slight resistance is
felt then hold in place. The marks on
the pump casting and lever must align
perfectly. If not, contact an authorized
dealer.
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A015 002 017
A015 002 034
Cooling System
Check condition of hoses and tightness
of clamps.
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NOTE: If coolant temperature
rises above recommended range
of 50 to 100°C (120 to 212°F) hose off
grime from the heat exchang~r (underneath the frame above the track).
If necessary contact your authorized
dealer.
Headlamp Beam Aiming
To adjust, remove the four adjusting
screw caps and turn upper or lower adjusting screws to obtain desired beam
position.
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- - - - Adjusting - - - - . . .
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screw
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WARNING :Always check light
operation after bulb replacement.
Wiring harnesses, cables and lines
Ensure each routing is well secure with
proper fasten device (locking tie, clip,
grommet, etc.) away from hot or rotating components.
General Inspection
A007 004 002
Replace adjusting screw caps after adjustment.
Bulb Replacement
If the headlamp bulb is burnt, open
hood and unplug the connector from
the headlamp. Remove the rubber boot
and unfasten bulb retainer clips. Detach
the bulb and replace.
Installation is the reverse of removal procedure.
....,-CAUTION : Never touch glass
T portion of an halogen bulb with
bare fingers, it shortens it's operating
life. If by mistake glass is touched
clean it with a glass cleaner that will
not leave a film on the bulb.
Retainer clips
A002 004 009
If taillight bulb is burnt, unfasten the two
screws holding the lens and remove.
Replace bulb and install lens. Do not
over tighten lens retaining screws.
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Check the electrical wiring and components, retighten loose connections.
Check for stripped wires or damaged insulation. Thoroughly inspect the vehicle
and tighten loose bolts, nuts and linkage. Inspect skis and ski runners for
wear.
STORAGE ____________________
It is during summer, or when a vehicle
is not in use for any length of time that
proper storage is a necessity.
WARNING :Only perform such
procedures as detailed in this
•
manual. It is recommended that dealer assistance be periodically obtained
on other components I systems not
covered in this manual. Unless otherwise specified, engine should be turned OFF for all lubrication and maintenance procedures.
Track
Lift rear of vehicle until track is clear of
the ground and support with a brace or
trestle.
0
A015 003 010
~OTE : Do not release track tenSion.
Controls
Lubricate the steering mechanism. Inspect all components for tightness. Gil
all moving joints of the brake mechanism.
WARNING :Do not lubricate the
throttle and I or brake cables and
•
housings. Avoid getting oil on the
brake pads.
Coat all electrical connections and
switches with silicone dielectric grease
(P/N 413 7017 00). If unavailable, use
petroleum jelly.
Countershaft
(Brake Disc &. Driven Pulley)
For proper operation, brake disc and
driven pulley must slide freely on countershaft. Lubricate sparingly.
..... CAUTION : Do not lubricate ex"Y cessively as lubricant could contact and soil brake pads and I or drive
belt.
Engine
Engine internal parts must be lubricated to protect them from possible rust
formation during the storage period.
To perform the storage procedures proceed as follows :
1. Lift the rear of the vehicle and support it off the ground.
WARNING :Ensure the track is
free of ails particles which could
•
be thrown out while it is rotating.
Keep hands, tools, feet and clothing
clear of track. Ensure no one is standing in close proximity to the vehicle.
2. Start the engine and allow it to run
at idle speed until the engine reaches
its operating temperature.
3. Stop the engine.
4. To prevent fuel from draining, primer
button should be pushed all the way
in.
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5. Disconnect the outlet primer hose
from the primer valve.
Inlet
v
(Oblique coupling)
Outlet~
hose
A017 002 014
Drive and Driven Pulleys
Remove pulley guard and slip off drive
belt.
Spray metal protector on pulleys.
Fuel Tank and Carburetors
(Straight
coupling)
6. Insert storage oil (P/N 496 0141
00) nozzle into primer outlet hose.
7. Restart engine and run at idle speed.
8. Inject storage oil until the engine
stalls or until a sufficient quantity of
oil has entered the engine (approximately half a can).
9. With the engine stopped, remove
the spark plug and spray storage
oil (P/N 496 0141 00) into each
cylinder.
10. Crank slowly two or three revolutions to lubricate cylinders.
11. Reinstall the spark plugs and the
outlet primer hose.
WARNING :This procedure must
only be performed in a well ven•
tilated area. Do not run engine during
storage period.
Remove the cap and using a siphon,
drain fuel tank .
WARNING: Fuel is flammable
and explosive under certain con•
ditions. Always manipulate in a well
ventilated area. Do not smoke or allow
open flames or sparks in the vicinity.
Carburetors must be dried out completely to prevent gum formation during the
storage period.
Once the fuel tank is emptied, remove
the float chamber drain plug on each
carburetor and drain carburetor.
A002 002 010
Reinstall plug.
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Plug
General Inspection
Remove any dirt or rust. Grease at all
recommended grease points. Wipe off
surplus.
Block air intake hole and exhaust system hole using clean cloths .
CAUTION : Plastic alloy compoT nents such as fuel tank, windshield, controls, etc., can be cleaned
using mild detergents or isopropyl alcohol and a soft clean cloth. Never
clean plastic parts with strong detergent, degreasing agent, paint thinner,
acetone, etc. Never clean RIM Metton
hood with cleaners or products containing chlorine. Do not apply isopropyl alcohol directly on decals.
Inspect the hood and repair any damage. Clean the frame. For the unpainted aluminum portion use only "Aluminum cleaner" and follow instructions
on the container.
..r
Touch up all metal spots where paint
has been scratched off. Spray all metal
parts with metal protector. Wax the
hood and the painted portion of the
frame for better protection.
NOTE :Apply wax on glossy finish only. Protect the vehicle with
a cover to prevent dust accumulation
during storage.
CAUTION : The snowmobile has
T to be stored in a cool and dry
place and covered with an opaque tarpaulin. This will prevent sun rays and
grime from affecting plastic components and vehicle finish.
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IMPORTANT
PRE-SEASON PREPARATION _ _ _ _ _ __
We cannot overstress the important of proper pre-season preparation. We have
drawn up a chart which indicates service points to be performed by your authorized dealer. Make an appointment before first snow.
PRE-SEASON PREPARATION CHART
./
Change spark plugs*
Drain chaincase oil
Check drive chain tension
Refill chaincase (200 ml (7 fl oz))
Replace fuel and oil filter
Clean air filter
Remove cloths from air intake and exhaust system holes
Refill fuel tank
Check track condition, tension and alignment
Check and lubricate suspension
Check pulleys, verify components and clean
Inspect drive belt and install
Check throttle cable for free operation
Check steering, ski legs camber adjustments and ski runner condition
Check electrical wiring and connections
Inspect condition of starting rope
Check tightness of all bolts, nuts and links
Change coolant
Inspect seals for possible cuts or leaks
Inspect brake condition, operation and lubricate ratchet wheel
Refill injection oil tank
Adjust oil injection pump
Set engine timing
Adjust carburetors
0
*NOTE: Before installing new spark plugs, it is suggested to burn excess
storage oil by starting the engine with the old spark plugs. Only perform
this operation in a well ventilated area.
46
TROUBLESHOOTING _ _ _ _ __
SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Engine turns over but
fails to start
1. Ignition switch, emergency
cut-out switch or tether switch
is the off position
Place all switches in the "run" or
"on" position.
2. Mixture not rich enough to . Check fuel tank level and check
start cold engine
starting procedure, particularly use
of the primer.
3. Flooded engine. !Spark plug wet
when removed)
Do not over prime. Remove wet
spark plug, turn ignition to OFF and
crank engine several times. Install
clean dry spark plug. Start engine
following usual starting procedure.
If engine continues to flood, see
your authorized dealer.
4. No fuel to the engine. (Spark
plug dry when removed)
Check fuel tank level ; turn fuel on
if applicable ; check fuel filter; replace if clogged ; check condition
of fuel and impulse lines and their
connections.
5. Spark plug/ignition (no spark)
Check that emergency cut-out
switch is at the upper position (ON)
and the tether cut-out switch cap
is snapped over the receptacle.
Check for fouled or defective spark
plug. Disconnect spark plug wire,
unscrew plug and remove from cylinder head. Reconnect wire and
ground exposed plug on engine
cowl, being careful to hold away
from spark pkJg hole. Follow engine
starting procedure and check for
spark. If no spark appears, replace
spark plug. If trouble persists, contact your authorized dealer.
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SYMPTOMS
Engine lacks
acceleration or power
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
6. Engine compression
As the engine is pulled over with the
recoil starter, "cycles" of resistance
should be felt as each piston goes
past top dead center. If no pulsating resistance is felt, it suggest a
major loss of compression. Contact
your authorized dealer.
1. Fouled or defective spark plug
Check item 5 of "Engine turns over
but fails to start."
2. Lack of fuel to engine
Check item 4 of "Engine turns over
but fails to start."
3. Carburetor adjustments
Contact your authorized dealer.
4. Drive belt worn too thin
If the drive belt has lost more than
3 mm (1/8 in) of its original width,
it will affect vehicle performance.
5. Drive and driven pulleys require
servicing
Contact your authorized dealer.
6. Engine is overheating
If applicable, check coolant level ;
check pressure cap ; check thermostat.
Check for air locks in cooling systern.
If applicable, check fan belt and its
tension ; clean cooling fins of engine ; if heating persists, contact
your authorized dealer.
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SYMPTOMS
POSSIBLE CAUSES
WHAT TO DO
Engine backfire
1. Faulty spark plug
See item 5 of "Engine turns over
but fails to start."
2. Water in fuel
Drain fuel system and refill with
clean fuel.
3. Engine is running too hot
See item 6 of "Engine lacks acceleration or power."
4. Ignition timing is incorrect or
Contact your authorized dealer.
there is an ignition system
failure
Snowmobile cannot
reach full speed
1. Drive belt
Check item 4 of "Engine lacks
acceleration or power."
2. Incorrect track adjustment
See maintenance section for proper
alignment and tension settings.
3. Pulleys misaligned
Contact your authorized dealer.
4. Engine
See items 1, 2, 3 & 6 of "Engine
lacks acceleration or power."
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TOOLS ______________________
As standard equipment each new snowmobile is supplied with basic tools such
as screwdriver, wrenches, emergency starting rope, etc.
Standard Tools
A
c
B
D
E
-
F
G
A015 001 002
DESCRIPTION
A. Screwdriver
B.
C.
D.
E.
Socket 10/13 mm
Open End Wrench 10/13 mm
Socket Wrench Handle
Emergency starting rope
F.
G.
H.
I.
Socket 21/26 mm
Front Shock Spring Cam Adjustment Key
Rear Shock Spring Cam Adjustment Key
Emergency Starting Clip
50 - - - - - - - - - - - - -
PART NUMBER
414 6424 00
414 6426 00
414 6428 00
414 6427 00
412 5001 00
414 6425 00
529 0053 00
529 0098 00
414 8523 00
SPECIFICATIONS _ _ _ _ _ __
FORMULA MX
FORMULA MX LT
ENGINE
Type
No of cylinders
Bore
Stroke
Displacement
Compression ratio (corrected)
Maximum horsepower RPM
Carburetor type
Carburator adjustment :
-air screw
- idle speed
Cooling system capacity :
- Sl
-Imp.
-u.s.
Antifreeze/water mixture(% by volume)
Thermostat
Radiator pressure cap
467
2
69.5 mm
61.0 mm
462.8 cm3
7.5:1
7250 RPM
467
2
(2.736 in)
69.5 mm
(2.402 in)
61.0 mm
(28.24 in3)
462.8 cm3
7.5:1
7250 RPM
Variable Venturi, float type
(2.736 in)
(2.402 in)
(28.24 in3)
1-1/3 turn
1800-2000 RPM
1-1/3 turn
1800-2000 RPM
4.2 L
148 oz
142 oz
60/40
43°C
90 kPa
(110°F)
(13 lb/in2)
4.2 L
148 oz
142 oz
60/40
43°C
90 kPa
(110°F)
(13 lb/in2)
276.5 em
104.1 em
117 em
92.1 em
226 kg
6735.5 cm2
3.29 kPa
(108.8 in)
(41 in)
(46 in)
(36.25 in)
(4971b)
(1044 in2)
(.4 77 lb fin2)
296.5 em
104.1 em
117 em
92.1 em
229 kg
7655.8 cm2
2.93 kPa
(116.7 in)
(41 in)
(46 in)
(36.25 in)
(5041b)
(1187 in2)
(.425 lb fin2)
CHASSIS
Length overall
Width overall
Height overall
Ski stance (center to center)
Weight
Bearing area
Ground pressure
BRAKE
Type
Lining minimum thickness
Control lever adjustment
Disc, self-adjusting
Fixed pad must project 1 mm (1/32 in)
minimum from caliper.
13 mm (1/2 in) minimum distance from handlebar grip
when fully applied.
POWER TRAIN
Track:
-width
-length
- tension
-
alignment
Standard gear ratio
Drive belt:
-number
- maximum width
- minimum width
Chaincase oil
40.9 em
307.2 em
(16.1 in)
(120.9 in)
40.9 em
352 em
(16.1 in)
(138.6 in)
40 mm (1-9/16 in) gap between slider shoe and
bottom inside of track when exerting a downward
pull of 7.3 kg (16 lb) to the track.
Equal distance between edges of track guides
and slider shoes.
22/44
414 5823 00
35 mm (1-3/8 in)
32 mm (1-1/4 in)
200 ml (7 oz)
N.A. : Not applicable
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FORMULA MX
FORMULA MX LT
ELECTRICAL
Lighting system (output)
Bulb:
- headlamp
- tail/stop
- speedometer
- tachometer
- temperature gauge
Fuse:
- tachometer
Spark plug:
-type
- gap
Ignition timing :
- timing mark (BTDC)
- stroboscopic timing
12
v
160
w
60/60 w
8.3/26.9 w
5W
5W
2W
0.1 A
NGK BR9ES
0.4mm (.016 in)
2.51 mm (.099 in)
6000 RPM
FUEL
Gas type
Fuel tank capacity :
- Sl
-Imp.
-u.s.
Injection Oil
Tank capacity :
- Sl
-Imp.
-u.s.
Regular unleaded
40.9 L
9 gal
10.8 gal
BOMBARDIER Snowmobile Injection Oil
2.9 L
102 oz
98 oz
Hal. : Halogen
N.A. : Not applicable
Bombardier Inc. reserves the right to make changes in design and specifications and I or to make additions to,
or improvements in its product without imposing any obligation upon itself to install them on its products
previously manufactured.
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FORMULA PLUS
FORMULA PLUS LT
ENGINE
Type
No of cylinders
Bore
Stroke
Displacement
Compression ratio (corrected)
Maximum horsepower RPM
Carburetor type
Carburator adjustment :
-air screw
-idle speed
Cooling system capacity :
- Sl
-Imp.
-u.s.
Antifreeze/water mixture (% by volume)
Thermostat
Radiator pressure cap
536•
2
72.0 mm
64.0 mm
521.2 cm3
6.12:1
6900 RPM
536
2
(2.835 in)
72.0 mm
(2.835 in)
(2.520 in)
(2.520 in)
64.0 mm
(31.81 in3)
521.2 cm3
(31.81 in 3)
6.12:1
6900 RPM
Variable Venturi, float type
1-1/3 turn
1800-2000 RPM
1-1/3 turn
1800-2000 RPM
4.2 L
148 oz
142 oz
60/40
42°C
90 kPa
(107°F)
(13 lb/in2)
4.2 L
148 oz
142 oz
60/40
42°C
90 kPa
(107°F)
(13 lb/in2)
276.5 em
104.1 em
117 em
92.1 em
226.8 kg
6735.5 cm2
3.30 kPa
(108.8 in)
(41 in)
(46 in)
(36.25 in)
(500 lb)
(1044 in2)
(.4 79 lb Jin2)
296.5 em
104.1 em
117 em
92.1 em
229 kg
7655.8 cm2
2.93 kPa
(116.7 in)
(41 in)
(46 in)
(36.25 in)
(5041b)
(1187 in2)
(.425 lb/in2)
CHASSIS
Length overall
Width overall
Height overall
Ski stance (center to center)
Weight
Bearing area
Ground pressure
BRAKE
Disc, self-adjusting
Type
Lining minimum thickness
Control lever adjustment
Fixed pad must project 1 mm (1/32 in)
minimum from caliper.
13 mm (1/2 in) minimum distance from handlebar grip
when fully applied.
POWER TRAIN
Track:
-width
-length
-tension
-alignment
Standard gear ratio
Drive belt:
-number
- maximum width
- minimum width
Chaincase oil
40.9 em
307.2 em
(16.1 in)
(120.9 in)
40.9 em
352 em
(16.1 in)
(138.6 in)
40 mm (1-9/16 in) gap between slider shoe
and bottom inside of track when exerting a
downward pull of 7.3 kg (16 lb) to the track.
Equal distance between edges of track guides
and slider shoes.
20/38
414 5823 00
35 mm (1-3/8 in)
32 mm (1-1/4 in)
200 ml (7 oz)
N.A. : Not applicable
53
FORMULA PLUS
FORMULA PLUS LT
ELECTRICAL
Lighting system (output)
Bulb:
- headlamp
- tail/stop
- speedometer
- tachometer
- electric fuel gauge
- temperature gauge
Fuse:
- tachometer
Spark plug:
-type
- gap
Ignition timing :
- timing mark (BTDC)
- stroboscopic timing
12
v
160
w
60/55 W Hal.
8.3/26.9 w
5W
5W
2W
2W
0.1 A
NGK BR9ES
0.4 mm (.016 in)
2.18 mm (.086 in)
6000 RPM
FUEL
Gas type
Fuel tank capacity :
- Sl
-Imp.
-u.s.
Injection Oil
Tank capacity :
- Sl
-Imp.
-u.s.
Regular unleaded
40.9 L
9 gal
10.8 gal
BOMBARDIER Snowmobile Injection Oil
2.9 L
102 oz
98 oz
Hal. : Halogen
N.A. : Not applicable
Bombardier Inc. reserves the right to make changes in design and specifications and I or to make additions to,
or improvements in its product without imposing any obligation upon itself to install them on its products
previously manufactured.
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FORMULA MACH 1
ENGINE
Type
No of cylinders
Bore
Stroke
Displacement
Compression ratio (corrected)·
Maximum horsepower RPM
Carburetor type
Carburator adjustment :
-air screw
- idle speed
Cooling system capacity :
- Sl
-Imp.
-u.s.
Antifreeze/water mixture (%by volume)
Thermostat
Radiator pressure cap
583
2
76.0 mm (2.992 in)
64.0 mm (2.520 in)
580.7 cm3 (35.4 in3)
5.18:1
7500 RPM
Variable Venturi, float type
1-1/2 turn
1800-2000 RPM
4.2 L
148 oz
142 oz
60/40
42°C (108°F)
90 kPa (13 lb fin2)
CHASSIS
Length overall
Width overall
Height overall
Ski stance (center to center)
Weight
Bearing area
Ground pressure
276.5 em
104.1 em
99 em
92.1 em
226.8 kg
6735 cm 2
3.30 kPa
(109 in)
(41 in)
(39 in)
(36.25 in)
(500 lb)
(1044 in2)
(.4 79 lb fin2)
BRAKE
Type
Disc
Lining minimum thickness
Fixed pad must project 1 mm (1/32 in)
minimum from caliper.
Control lever adjustment
13 mm (1/2 in) minimum distance from
handlebar grip when fully applied.
POWER TRAIN
Track:
-width
- length
41 em
307 em
(16.1 in)
(121 in)
-tension
40 mm (1-9/16 in) gap between slider shoe and
bottom inside of track when exerting a downward
pull of 7.3 kg (16 lb) to the track.
-
Equal distance between edges of track guides
and slider shoes.
alignment
Standard gear ratio
Drive belt:
-number
- maximum width
- minimum width
Chaincase oil
414 6338 00
35 mm (1-3/8 in)
32 mm (1-1/4 in)
200 ml (7 oz)
N.A. : Not applicable
55
FORMULA MACH 1
ELECTRICAL
Lighting system (output)
Bulb:
- headlamp
- tail/stop
- speedometer
- tachometer
- electric fuel level gauge
- temperature gauge
Fuse:
- tachometer
Spark plug:
-type
- gap
Ignition timing :
- timing mark (BTDC)
- stroboscopic timing
12
v
160
w
60/55 W Hal.
8.3/26.9 w
5W
5W
2W
2W
0.1 A
NGK BR9ES
0.45 mm (.018 in)
1.75 mm (.069 in)
6000 RPM
FUEL
Gas type
Fuel tank capacity :
- Sl
-Imp.
-u.s.
Injection Oil
Tank capacity :
- Sl
-Imp.
-u.s.
Regular unleaded
40.9 L
9 gal
10.8 gal
BOMBARDIER Snowmobile Injection Oil
2.9 L
102 oz
98 oz
Hal. : Halogen
N.A. : Not applicable
Bombardier Inc. reserves the right to make changes in design and specifications and I or to make additions to,
or improvements in its product without imposing any obligation upon itself to install them on its products
previously manufactured.
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Sl* METRIC INFORMATION
GUIDE _________________________________
BASE UNITS
DESCRIPTION
length
mass
force
liquid
temperature
pressure
torque
speed
UNIT
meter
kilogram
Newton
liter
Celsius
kilopascal
Newton meter
kilometer per hour
SYMBOL
m
kg
N
L
oc
kPa
N•m
km/h
PREFIXES
PREFIX
kilo
centi
milli
micro
SYMBOL
k
c
m
/l
MEANING
one thousand
one hundredth
one thousandth
one millionth
VALUE
1000
0.01
0.001
0.000001
CONVERSION FACTORS
TO CONVERT
in
in
in2
in3
ft
oz
lb
lbf
lbf•in
lbf•ft
lbf•ft
PSI
imp. oz
imp. oz
imp. gal
imp. gal
U.S. oz
U.S. gal
MPH
Fahrenheit
Celsius
TOt
mm
em
cm2
cm3
m
g
kg
N
N•m
N•m
lbf•in
kPa
U.S. oz
mL
U.S. gal
L
ml
L
km/h
Celsius
Fahrenheit
MULTIPLY BY
25.4
2.54
6.45
16.39
0.3
28.35
0.45
4.4
0.11
1.36
12
6.89
0.96
28.41
1.2
4.55
29.57
3.79
1.61
(°F- 32)..,.. 1.8
(°C X 1.8) + 32
*The international system of units abbreviates "SI" in all languages.
tTo obtain the inverse sequence, divide by the given factor. To convert "mm" to "in",
divide by 25.4.
57
NOTES ______________________
58 _ _ _ _ _ __