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    Digging up an old post here... does anybody have a part number for a fuel selector valve without the reserve, that is a two positions valve?...to fit 1996 slt 780?
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    Quote Originally Posted by waterpest View Post
    ... part number for a fuel selector valve without the reserve, that is a two positions valve?...to fit 1996 slt 780?
    Have a look in here.

    http://polarispwcknowledge.shorturl....t-things-to-do

    Somewhere there is a link about a (Seadoo?) fuel selector (on/off) valve that can be made to work.

    I think Watcon sells a replacement valve.

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    I've bought a few of the aftermarket Seadoo fuel selector valves off fleabay. They do work... and are a direct replacement... but they are no-where near the quality as the OEM one (go figure).
    In one instance, I only got 2 years out of an aftermarket one before it started sucking air. I was disappointed to say the least. YMMV.

    Cheers!

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    Thx K447, I found a link for the three position valve but not the two position. Some here just cap off the RES fitting. I am going to keep looking, Watcon only has the 3 position valve. I found this 2 position valve on ebay but shipping to Canada is BRUTAL....


    WSM 2 Position Fuel Valve PWC 006-603



    https://www.ebay.ca/itm/WSM-Polaris-700-1200-2-Position-Fuel-Valve-OEM-7052159-PWC-006-603/201389125883?hash=item2ee3ba30fb:g:UbkAAOSwT6pV1bG X&vxp=mtr

    Edit: I found the same one (006-603) available from Winners Circle Motorsports in Markham Ontario Canada....for under $23 Cdn, shipping around $7






    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Have a look in here.

    http://polarispwcknowledge.shorturl....t-things-to-do

    Somewhere there is a link about a (Seadoo?) fuel selector (on/off) valve that can be made to work.

    I think Watcon sells a replacement valve.

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    So ripcuda you replace the selector every 2 years??

    Quote Originally Posted by ripcuda View Post
    I've bought a few of the aftermarket Seadoo fuel selector valves off fleabay. They do work... and are a direct replacement... but they are no-where near the quality as the OEM one (go figure).
    In one instance, I only got 2 years out of an aftermarket one before it started sucking air. I was disappointed to say the least. YMMV.

    Cheers!

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