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    Thank you for the speedy reply. I’ll check the offset and subtract that from my 2.1 ohm value. FYI - I'm using the free voltmeter from Harbor Freight so I'm not expecting perfect readings but all the other ohms values were right on the money. As for selling items on Green Hulk is there a specific thread for each ski type or do I start my own thread for just my parts. Sorry I'm a nubie and Thank you K447 for your help.

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    Thanks for all the useful info so far. I have a 1992 SL 650 that has been sitting for a few years and was given to me, the engine has been converted to a 750 and the jet pump is in need of a rebuild and my question is what is the interchangeability of jet pumps from different year/size machines? I am talking about swapping the entire assembly not just certain parts. I found a good deal on an entire jet pump assembly from a '94 SL 750 and was wondering if it would work on my ski...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnpilot View Post
    Thanks for all the useful info so far.

    I have a 1992 SL 650 that has been sitting for a few years and was given to me, the engine has been converted to a 750 and the jet pump is in need of a rebuild and my question is what is the interchangeability of jet pumps from different year/size machines? I am talking about swapping the entire assembly not just certain parts.

    I found a good deal on an entire jet pump assembly from a '94 SL 750 and was wondering if it would work on my ski...
    Welcome

    The 1994 and newer jet pumps absolutely will fit on your 1992 hull.

    Click on my signature links and read the jet Pump section for more info on the differences between the non-modular 1992 jet pump and the modular 1984-2004 jet pumps.


    If it was me I would still take the jet pump apart and replace the seals and bearings inside. They are not expensive and once rebuilt it should last for many years. That 1994 jet pump is twenty years old now, so the seals are probably aged and worn, as are the bearings.

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    i have an SLT 750 which i cant find anywwhere under the year 1994 which is what my grandpa told me it was. could it be a 95 or later?
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    Quote Originally Posted by t0m3y3r View Post
    i have an SLT 750 which i can't find anywhere under the year 1994 which is what my grandpa told me it was.

    Could it be a 1995 or later?
    Look at the last two digits of the HIN number plate on the rear deck. That is the model year.

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    White bottom = '94. Blue bottom = '95. Confirm via HIN.

    '94 Polaris SLT 750... is a great ski!

    Cheers!

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    Needs updated Fuel pump triple output Mukuni ....with a line to each carb

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    Based on the photo, its a 94


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    my PMs arent working....and i cant post in classifieds...anyone got a flame arrestor (upper intake manifold) for a 94 slt 750?

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    Hello, looking for some help with my 94 Polaris 750. In the past I have had some trouble starting the ski but it always starts up eventually, it is 20+ years old, anyway until it really warms up I cant run it wide open without it almost dying...have to kinda ease into it. After running the ski for 5-10 minutes it works out the issue and accelerates fine. UNTIL the last time I put it in....now when I finally get it started it never seems to warm up and when I take my time and slowly work the RPM's up it never gets up to a speed that matches the RPMs. Its as if the water intake is clogged...but it isnt...I took it out of the water and had a good look and its clean all the way through. The only thing difference that I can tell is there seems to be more noise and vibration from the shaft...perhaps their is bad bearing in the shaft?

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