V force reed petal broke off. Bought new reeds to replace the broken one, however it didn't fix the problem. Most likely messed up the cylinder walls. After doing more research, found out that the V force reeds should be checked ever 1500 miles for damage. This doesn't say much for their durability
My carb boots were cracked up and I didn't think they would make another season. I put a set of these Tasanari V force 3 reeds in the ski-doo 800x. The same time I rebuilt with the Weisco piston kit I haven't had the machine out on the snow yet so I don't know if I gained anything mentionalble. But the machine fired up on the rebuild with about 7 pulls, and ran great on the stand. I expect it will run really well on the trail. I liked the really cool decals that came with the reeeds and I found that the price with boots and gaskets reeds and even bolts was the best deal I could find. I did shop this locally and online and found that new from kirk was only a few dollars more than used on ebay. So I went new. Once again the support from the Dennis Kirk team was ecceptional. If you are new to building this is the place for you, the support is world class.
Had the infamous delaminating reed cages and boots that skidoo is known for. Was causing a dead cylinder. These are the best option over putting the same faulty parts back in that you would get from BRP. Sled runs great now.