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  1. With the plug removed from the stator housing you...

    With the plug removed from the stator housing you will have like a 1/2 inch hole. No need to remove the flywheel or cover again.
    If needed, you should be able to mark it with a fine tip marker.
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  2. Timing should be 20deg at 3000 rpm. Idle out...

    Timing should be 20deg at 3000 rpm.

    Idle out of the water might be around 2500.

    At the top of the "stator housing" (bolted to the front of the engine) should be a large plastic nut/plug.
    The...
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    Sorry, No CDI or "update kits" available last...

    Sorry, No CDI or "update kits" available last time I checked.
    I'm guessing there are delays caused by the World wide pandemic.

    From your description it sounds as if the internal regulator failed...
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    Yes, Thank you.

    Yes, Thank you.
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    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post2441...

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...=1#post2441928

    This one has a diagram , somehow it is easier for me to understand.


    Until recent shortages in CDI's , no one has really needed to do the...
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    Hmm, usually the problem on brown wire is low or...

    Hmm, usually the problem on brown wire is low or no voltage.
    I think there was one report of high voltage on brown.

    But yeah, I agree your CDI has trouble.
    What part number is on the CDI ?
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    Doesn't it have 3 removable heads in the one...

    Doesn't it have 3 removable heads in the one piece cover ?
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    Polaris had an issue where the PWC would not...

    Polaris had an issue where the PWC would not restart warm.
    It was caused by the CDI not resetting.
    Polaris fixed this issue by moving the power wire from red/pur (batt power at all times) To the...
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    Yes. Parts can be looked up here;...

    Yes.

    Parts can be looked up here; https://parts.polarisind.com/Browse/Browse.asp
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    Any numbers and letters after the 6207 make a...

    Any numbers and letters after the 6207 make a huge difference. What are they ?

    A quick search shows some bearings that have a MAX temp of 212F. I would say that is too low.
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    Simply stated. The Gen3 stator used on the 2000...

    Simply stated.
    The Gen3 stator used on the 2000 and newer models was modified by Polaris to retrofit the 1996-1999 models. (stator housing grommet seal shape, with wire harness all the way into the...
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    Flooding = too much fuel. Wide open throttle...

    Flooding = too much fuel. Wide open throttle while cranking clears out flooding. Choke increases flooding = will lead to long cranking time to eventually get started. (your description caused me to...
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    Spark plug color can and will change in a matter...

    Spark plug color can and will change in a matter of seconds. There are several "circuits" in the carbs that add fuel at independent rates. Meaning what is rich at idle, does not mean it will be rich...
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    Yeah, the sealer cracking where the cylinders...

    Yeah, the sealer cracking where the cylinders meet the spacer/shim plate makes it look too brittle. But I'm not sure what alot of age would do to that sealer. I agree the 1211 would still be pliable....
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    Welcome to GreenHulk ! My first guess would be...

    Welcome to GreenHulk !

    My first guess would be to ask Randy at ; https://weberpower.com/
    Randy was Watcon, he built many of the Octanes and had alot of experience with the 777.
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  16. Didn't someone fix one of these modules ?

    Didn't someone fix one of these modules ?
  17. Yeah, if it wasn't 25 years old I would have been...

    Yeah, if it wasn't 25 years old I would have been more concerned. Ive seen a few almost as bad. The ski's that have the exhaust exit dirrectly at the jet pump really make a mess of the jet pump and...
  18. When there is way too much fuel in the mixture,...

    When there is way too much fuel in the mixture, but mostly caused by lack of spark- yep unburnt fuel in the exhaust and because gas is a solvent, it loosens carbon/oil residue that coated the...
  19. The silicone type sealer they use does hold...

    The silicone type sealer they use does hold pretty good.
    Looks like you have all the bolts removed from the bottom.

    There should be a place where the cases have a gap between two tabs, like 1/4...
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    The "update kits" were made for 96 to 99 models....

    The "update kits" were made for 96 to 99 models. None were for high start equiped machines.

    The 2000 and newer CDI's Polaris reprogrammed to use in the "update kits" may have been originally...
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    parts can be looked up here`;...

    parts can be looked up here`; https://parts.polarisind.com/Browse/Browse.asp

    you have the SLTX-B. Majority of parts will be same as 2000 1200cc parts.

    Here is a good source ;...
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    red/pur pin#1 and blk pin#2 is all it needs. You...

    red/pur pin#1 and blk pin#2 is all it needs.
    You might gave to press the mode switch to wake up the MFD.

    Mode switches are known to occasionally go bad in which case it would need a signal from...
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    Welcome to GreenHulk. The red/pur is fused...

    Welcome to GreenHulk.

    The red/pur is fused battery power.
    The org is switched/accesory power. The LR turns on the org when ever cranking or running,because Polaris runs the bilge pump when the...
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    Welcome to GreenHulk. The crankshaft is...

    Welcome to GreenHulk.

    The crankshaft is pressed together. A complete crankshaft rebuild is needed, it looks like bearings from the crankshaft found their way to the top of the piston. At that...
  25. IIRC, the "block off kit" was the block off plate...

    IIRC, the "block off kit" was the block off plate and 3 rubber caps for the carb oil fittings.
    The block off plate just bolts to the front of the engine.
    The 1200's use a white plastic oil pump...
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