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    Thanks I probably am overthinking it just had to...

    Thanks I probably am overthinking it just had to many wished I researched it more moments.
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    Sleeves came in and they are the same size as the...

    Sleeves came in and they are the same size as the ones I removed. Guess I got lucky, now the tricky part heating the cylinder to install the new sleeves. They recommend heating at 400 degrees for an...
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    Thanks... Got LA Sleeves with a big discount...

    Thanks... Got LA Sleeves with a big discount direct from LA after asking for a discount (throw me a bone). Old sleeves came out with 400 degrees for an hour in an old toaster oven and a woodblock....
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    Thank...Yes i was hoping some one would say no...

    Thank...Yes i was hoping some one would say no need but alas, new/used part is the way to go.
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    Thanks...It does seem like the right way to go...

    Thanks...It does seem like the right way to go especially with that being the seized cylinder!
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    Cylinder Crack

    I have a 2002 Polaris Virage i that I am in process of re building (seized engine). I am replacing both sleeves as one was damaged on the engine seizure. When I removed the sleeves i found a hairline...
  7. May have a possible answer for you. In talking...

    May have a possible answer for you. In talking with the sleeve manufacturer today as i am doing a re sleeve on my Polaris right now. He mentioned the following:
    1) Heating the cylinder to 400...
  8. Looks like there was a lot of work and things...

    Looks like there was a lot of work and things just stopped. Can anyone supply any current schematics or work efforts. I see an Arduino doing all of this. I have a bad LR503-1 needing to fix, any...
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    SBT is the one supplier I seem to hear lots of...

    SBT is the one supplier I seem to hear lots of good and not so good. It is hard to sift through whether someones part problems are real part issues or shall we say their own. I appreciate your reply...
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    I will check them out. I have thought about...

    I will check them out. I have thought about getting a spare watercraft for the whole engine issue and still may for parts.
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    Now that will work, Thanks!

    Now that will work, Thanks!
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    Wiseco has no parts for mine

    Went on Wiseco site for my Polaris 2002 Virage i " No Wiseco Brand Piston Kits Are Currently Available".
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    Thanks K447 I am actually in process of doing the...

    Thanks K447 I am actually in process of doing the Fuel Pressure Regulator upgrade you outlined (great post very detailed, just what I needed) mine hadn't fallen out but did as I took it apart so...
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    I appreciate the information, getting parts is...

    I appreciate the information, getting parts is one of those things where people say I wished you had asked I could have told you to (buy from them/stay away from them).
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    Polaris Parts Sources

    Buying parts always seems to be a word of mouth or a personal experience. I am looking for the following parts:

    2002 Polaris Virage i - Pistons & Rings, Sleeves, Complete Gaskets sets:

    If you...
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    Thanks... glad I asked!

    Thanks... glad I asked!
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    Thinking of a block off on the oil pump but then...

    Thinking of a block off on the oil pump but then hear Polaris oil pumps are reliable. Your thoughts?
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    Still surprised how many miles I went but will be...

    Still surprised how many miles I went but will be setting this lower unit aside for now. I am encouraged that you feel this was moisture related because at this point donít have much else to pin it...
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    I am a little surprised it went 30 something...

    I am a little surprised it went 30 something miles before it went. Seeing metal pieces everywhere I thought even cleaned up still have those tiny metal filings floating around. I have found a...
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    Removed Piston

    Removed piston using a 5/16 threaded rod with a washer a little smaller than the wrist pin and a nut. On the other side of the piston used a PVC spacer a little larger than the wrist pin and a large...
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    Started the fuel pressure regulator reinforcement...

    Started the fuel pressure regulator reinforcement today and was hoping to find the fuel regulator had fallen off. Taking out the assembly the fuel pressure regulator was still attached. I have cut...
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    I agree will need to tear down further and...

    I agree will need to tear down further and inspect the crank closely. Thanks!
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    I don't know for sure but will add that to my...

    I don't know for sure but will add that to my list of things to do, Thanks!
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    Polaris 2002 Virage i seized engine

    History: Polaris 2002 Virage i used from 2002-2015 in Wisconsin, sat last four years in a back yard in Georgia. Ski had not been used much 79 hours on display. Ski had been fogged prior to sitting...
  25. Closeup looks like “.”! Did confirm last owners...

    Closeup looks like “.”! Did confirm last owners never used very much so now just work the kinks out from sitting for years!http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=452826&stc=1
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