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Arctic Cat Susuki 660

Discussion in 'Performance' started by KCCats, Jan 24, 2017.

  1. Limestone

    Limestone Well-Known Member

    Kent,
    You've got to take a minute and make this your Picture on you profile!
    Limestone
     
  2. KCCats

    KCCats Member

    I have told many people of your truck and Cat power!
    And as a Snowmobiler I have been on the watch and had hoped to pick one up at Hay Days but it didn't happen.
     
  3. Kent

    Kent Member

    Thanks I'll give it a try
     
  4. Kent

    Kent Member

    Keep looking
     
  5. Limestone

    Limestone Well-Known Member

    Kent,
    That's awesome, for a profile! Nice job! Been catching up on the thread from the begining, and understanding a lot more! Pretty entertaining!
    Limestone
     
  6. fmartin_gila

    fmartin_gila Active Member

    Don't know why I missed this before bu just now happened to read your post. Mine is a 2002 K6A but maybe this will help in some way. I always do my own oil changes and all other things pertaining to any vehicles I own. I was using 20W/50 oil as I live in the Philippines and (old school thoughts) figured I was doing good with the thicker viscosity oil. Started to get the classic symptoms of worn valve seals and was considering doing the seals. Note: the specs call for 5W/30 oil. As I was gathering info on what I would need to do the valve seals. it came time for a oil change. The place I normally buy oil was out of stock of 20W/50 so I just bought 5W/30 and changed it thinking I would go back to the heavier oil when I did the valve seals. Within 1000 Kms the smoking stopped and the bad valve stem seal symptoms disappeared. Been a couple years ago this happened and it still doesn't need the seals and I have continued to use 5W/30. It has over 257,000 Kms on the odometer.

    Fred
     
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  7. Kent

    Kent Member

    I run 0/ 40 synthetic in mine. Using Amsoil now. Seems good from - 20 to +100 farenhieght .
     
  8. Limestone

    Limestone Well-Known Member

    These are great points guys! To reiterate, the point completely, Fred is a retired old school mechanic that has taught us a lot over the years, and Kent has and is proving his point with his work! Truly outstanding guys!
    Limestone
     

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