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    Question Tundra Altitude

    Just ran my Ski Doo Tundra at some high altidude, it didn't run well. Lacked power and got bogged down when trying to accelerate. 3500 feet was the max. Anyone experiece similar issues, and what was the solution.

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    Did you jet it for the alititude and temperature?

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    Default 2250

    I was at 2250 today and did not have a problem. Three feet of snow and as long as I kept my speed up I was fine.

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    Even the smaller engines succomb to jetting issues at altitude. Temps and altitude can really mess with power.
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    What year tundra is it? Some older ones had issues with altitude and some clutching and carb work took care of it.

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    Its a 95 Tundra II longtrack. I've never ran altitude before so I'm just curious if its the altitude or if I have another proplem.

    Anyone ever rejetted a Tundra? Is it worth it?

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