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Manual details and specs:
Production year(s): 2000
The following models are encompassed by this manual: Tundra, Skandic, Touring, Formula, MX Z, Mach, Grand Touring, Summit, / Ski-Doo, Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. / BRP
Manual Language: English
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Tundra R (Canada and U.S.) 3276
Skandic 380 (Canada) 1483
Skandic 380 (U.S.) 1484
Skandic 500 (Canada) 1480
Skandic 500 (U.S.) 1481
Skandic WT (Canada) 1598
Skandic WT (U.S.) 1599
Skandic SWT (Canada) 1600
Skandic SWT (U.S.) 1601
Skandic WT LC (Canada) 1596
Skandic WT LC (U.S.) 1597
Touring E (Canada) 1477
Touring E (U.S.) 1478
Touring LE (Canada) 1475
Touring LE (U.S.) 1476
Touring SLE (Canada) 1472
Touring SLE (U.S.) 1473
Touring 500 LC (Canada) 1485
Touring 500 LC (U.S.) 1486
Formula S (Canada and U.S.) 1470
Formula 500 LC (Canada) 1551
Formula 500 LC (U.S.) 1552
Formula DELUXE 380 (Canada) 1495
Formula DELUXE 380 (U.S.) 1496
Formula DELUXE 500 (Canada) 1497
Formula DELUXE 500 (U.S.) 1498
Formula DELUXE 500 LC (Canada) 1544
Formula DELUXE 500 LC (U.S.) 1545
MX Z 440 (Canada) 1565
MX Z 440 (U.S.) 1566
Formula III 700 R (Canada) 1590
Formula III 700 R (U.S.) 1591
Formula III 800 (Canada) 1619
Formula III 800 (U.S.) 1620
Mach 1 R (Canada) 1617
Mach 1 R (U.S.) 1618
Mach Z (Canada) 1585
Mach Z (U.S.) 1586
Mach Z R (Canada) 1587
Mach Z R (U.S.) 1588
Mach Z R Millennium Edition (Canada) 1644
Mach Z R Millennium Edition (U.S.) 1645
Grand Touring 700 (Canada and U.S.) 1641
Grand Touring 700 (Europe) 1374
Grand Touring SE (Canada and U.S.) 1493
Grand Touring SE Millennium Edition1648
Grand Touring 600 (Canada) 1488
Grand Touring 600 (U.S.) 1489
Grand Touring 600 (Europe) 1490
Formula Z 600 (Canada) 1651
Formula Z 600 (U.S.) 1652
Formula Z 700 (Canada) 1553
Formula Z 700 (U.S.) 1554
Formula DLX 600 (Canada) 1547
Formula DLX 600 (U.S.) 1548
Formula DLX 700 (Canada) 1549
Formula DLX 700 (U.S.) 1550
MX Z 500 (Canada) 1571
MX Z 500 (U.S.) 1572
MX Z 500 (SB BLACK) (Canada) 1627
MX Z 500 (SB BLACK) (U.S.) 1628
MX Z 600 (Canada) 1574
MX Z 600 (U.S.) 1575
MX Z 600 (SB) (Canada) 1623
MX Z 600 (SB) (U.S.) 1624
MX Z 600 (SB BLACK) (Canada) 1625
MX Z 600 (SB BLACK) (U.S.) 1626
MX Z 700 (Canada) 1577
MX Z 700 (U.S.) 1578
MX Z 700 (SB) (Canada) 1602
MX Z 700 (SB) (U.S.) 1603
MX Z 700 (SB BLACK) (Canada) 1621
MX Z 700 (SB BLACK) (U.S.) 1622
MX Z 700 M.E. (Canada) 1646
MX Z 700 M.E. (U.S.) 1647
Summit 600 (Canada) 1559
Summit 600 (U.S.) 1560
Summit 600 (SB) (Canada) 1631
Summit 600 (SB) (U.S.) 1632
Summit 700 (Canada) 1562
Summit 700 (U.S.) 1563
Summit 700 M.E. (Canada) 1604
Summit 700 M.E. (U.S.) 1605
Summit 700 H.M. (Canada) 1649
Summit 700 H.M. (U.S.) 1650
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Engine Specs/Technical Specifications:
• The 2000 Ski-Doo Tundra is powered by a Rotax 247cc, fan-cooled, single-cylinder, two-stroke engine.
• The Skandic model features a Rotax 377cc, fan-cooled, twin-cylinder, two-stroke engine.
• The Touring series is equipped with a Rotax 494cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder, two-stroke engine.
• The Formula series boasts a Rotax 599cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder, two-stroke engine.
• The MX Z model is propelled by a Rotax 440cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder, two-stroke engine.
• The Mach series features a Rotax 779cc, liquid-cooled, triple-cylinder, two-stroke engine.
• The Grand Touring model comes with a Rotax 494cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder, two-stroke engine.
• The Summit series is powered by a Rotax 494cc, liquid-cooled, twin-cylinder, two-stroke engine.
• All 2000 Ski-Doo models feature a continuously variable transmission (CVT) for smooth power delivery.
• The Tundra, Skandic, and Touring models feature a mechanical, cable-operated disc brake system.
• The Formula, MX Z, Mach, Grand Touring, and Summit models utilize a hydraulic disc brake system.
• The Tundra and Skandic models have a 10-gallon (38-liter) fuel capacity.
• The Touring, Formula, MX Z, Mach, Grand Touring, and Summit models feature a 12-gallon (45-liter) fuel capacity.
• All 2000 Ski-Doo models are equipped with electronic ignition systems for reliable starting.
• The Tundra, Skandic, and Touring models come with a standard long-travel suspension for a comfortable ride.
• The Formula, MX Z, Mach, Grand Touring, and Summit models are equipped with high-performance suspension systems for aggressive riding.
• All 2000 Ski-Doo models feature a steel frame for durability and strength.
• The Tundra and Skandic models have a dry weight of 460 lbs (209 kg) and 485 lbs (220 kg), respectively.
• The Touring series has a dry weight of 535 lbs (243 kg).
• The Formula series has a dry weight ranging from 490 lbs (222 kg) to 530 lbs (240 kg).
• The MX Z model has a dry weight of 465 lbs (211 kg).
• The Mach series has a dry weight ranging from 520 lbs (236 kg) to 565 lbs (256 kg).
• The Grand Touring model has a dry weight of 600 lbs (272 kg).
• The Summit series has a dry weight ranging from 500 lbs (227 kg) to 545 lbs (247 kg).
• The Tundra, Skandic, and Touring models feature a standard electric start system.
• The Formula, MX Z, Mach, Grand Touring, and Summit models offer an optional electric start system.
• All 2000 Ski-Doo models come equipped with a high-output lighting system for enhanced visibility.
• The Tundra, Skandic, and Touring models feature a standard reverse gear for easy maneuverability.
• The Formula, MX Z, Mach, Grand Touring, and Summit models have an optional reverse gear available.
• The 2000 Ski-Doo snowmobiles utilize a heated throttle lever for increased rider comfort in cold conditions.
• All models are equipped with a full-function digital/analog gauge package for easy monitoring of vital information.
• The Tundra, Skandic, Touring, Formula, MX Z, Mach, Grand Touring, and Summit models are designed with a unique Ski-Doo styling for a distinctive appearance.
• All 2000 Ski-Doo snowmobiles are built with durable and lightweight materials for maximum performance and longevity.
• The 2000 Ski-Doo snowmobiles feature advanced safety systems, including safety tether switches and kill switches.
• All models are designed with ergonomically optimized seating and controls for maximum rider comfort.
Facts and Details:
• The Tundra model is known for its versatility and capability in deep snow, making it a popular choice for backcountry explorers and utility work.
• The Formula series is well-regarded for its combination of performance, handling, and comfort, making it suitable for a wide range of riders.
• The Mach series gained a cult following due to its powerful triple-cylinder engine, which provided an exhilarating riding experience.
• The Grand Touring model was designed with luxury and comfort in mind, featuring plush seating, advanced suspension, and ample storage space for long-distance touring.
• The Summit series is specifically tailored for mountain riding, with its lightweight design and advanced suspension allowing it to excel in steep and deep snow conditions.
• In 2000, Ski-Doo became the first snowmobile manufacturer to introduce factory-installed electric reverse on select models.
• The Ski-Doo snowmobile lineup in 2000 represented a significant milestone in the company's history, as it marked the 40th anniversary of the brand's first snowmobile, the 1960 Ski-Doo.
• The Ski-Doo brand is a subsidiary of Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP), a Canadian company that also produces ATVs, watercraft, and other recreational vehicles.
• In 2000, Ski-Doo snowmobiles were offered in a variety of vibrant color options, reflecting the brand's focus on style and personalization.
Maintenance Intervals, General Maintenance Tips, and Common Issues and Solutions:
• It is recommended to perform a general inspection and lubrication of your snowmobile every 50 hours of use or at the beginning of each season.
• Inspect and replace the drive belt, spark plugs, and fuel filter as needed or according to the maintenance schedule in your service manual.
• Regularly check the track tension and alignment to ensure optimal performance and prevent premature wear.
• Monitor the condition of the suspension components and replace any worn or damaged parts as needed.
• Clean and inspect the clutch components, and replace any worn or damaged parts to ensure smooth and efficient operation.
• Perform regular inspections of the cooling system and clean the heat exchanger fins to prevent overheating.
• Some common issues with these snowmobiles include carburetor icing, fouled spark plugs, and worn drive belts. Consult your service manual for detailed troubleshooting and repair procedures.
Popular Tuning Tips and Modifications:
• Install performance exhaust systems or silencers to improve engine performance and reduce weight.
• Upgrade the clutch components, such as springs and weights, to optimize power transfer and performance.
• Install high-performance reeds in two-stroke engines for increased throttle response and power gains.
• Consider a performance ECU reflash or aftermarket tuner to optimize the engine's fuel and ignition mapping for increased power and torque.
• Upgrade the suspension components, such as shocks and springs, for improved handling and ride quality.
• Install lightweight or performance tracks for improved traction and handling in various snow conditions.
• Consider adding aftermarket skis with improved handling characteristics for better control in different snow conditions.
• Upgrade the brake components, such as pads and rotors, for increased stopping power and improved brake feel.
Available Accessories and Aftermarket Options:
• Storage bags and cargo racks for increased carrying capacity.
• Windshields and handguards for added rider comfort and protection.
• Heated grips and seat kits for improved comfort in cold conditions.
• GPS and communication systems for navigation and staying connected with other riders.
• Custom graphics kits for personalization and unique appearance.
• Skid plates and A-arm guards for protection against rocks and debris.
• Performance lighting systems for increased visibility during nighttime riding.
• Tow hitches and accessories for towing sleds or other equipment.
Owner Reviews and Opinions:
• Reliable and durable engines for long-lasting performance.
• Excellent handling and stability in various snow conditions.
• Comfortable seating and ergonomics for all-day riding.
• Wide range of models and options to suit different rider preferences and needs.
• Some owners report issues with carburetor icing in extremely cold conditions.
• Certain models may be considered heavy compared to their competitors.
• Some owners report that stock suspension settings may be too soft for aggressive riding or heavier riders.
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