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    Ocean Pro Flame Arrestors-Factory Instuctions

    Here's the Factory Polaris Extreme Service Intake Kit and Instuctions.
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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    That's a nice set of OP's. Mine were the older style and didn't come with the spacers. I had to ditch the chock and go with a primer. It's a little better for the air flow anyway. Bulletin is printed and added to my service manual for the hell of it. Thanks

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    I have a similar set coming from Ken either today or tomorrow. Very nice and thanks for the file instructions.

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    Here's the factory aftermarket O/P F/A instructions in the Tech section. post #21, Should be a good starting point for jetting.
    Main Jets for the 750 should be 102.5,But you would want to do PLUG CHOPS AND CHECK THE PISTONWASH,To be sure.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...t=22278&page=3

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    mfd reset thanks lugs

    moderator may want to post this in tech section. i could find nothing in searches on this or in any polaris manuals,

    ok got the fix from lugs: credit where due!!!!!!!!!

    everything chkd out so figured it had to be a glitch in the mfd itself. had just put in a new battery for the season and must have done something to cause a spike.

    The LOPr will only come on when the battery voltage is under 10.9
    Remember power fluctuations (usually caused by loose connections) or electrical noise caused by the ignition system may cause the MFD to lose voltage calibration data. These "events" will also show LOPr.

    Check and correct the charging system, battery, battery connections, fuse connections, MFD pin connectors, (pay peticular attention to power and ground connections at the MFD).

    To re-set the MFD
    Press and hold the MODE and SET keys until the CAL displays. The CAL display will usually show after 4 seconds
    Press and hold the SET key
    While continuing to hold the SET key ans within 2 seconds of pressing the SET key, press and hold the MODE key
    Don't release either key until the MFD shuts down
    After the MFD has shut itself down, press the mode key to turn the MFD on
    Depress the MODE key repeatedly until voltage is displayed and verify that the voltage reading has been restored.

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    diagnosing + troubleshooting in general

    I am a mechanic by trade and have just broken a cardinal rule. K.I.S.S (keep it simple stupid) after about 6 weeks of reading, checking, asking questions and changing parts for a no idle solution for my 2002 txi (1200 di engine) i checked and changed the spark plugs (that were supposed to be new) and in 5 minutes fixed my idle problem! just thought i would pass that on to everyone!! thnx Paul bigh62

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    Gas/Oil fuel mix tables

    GAS:OIL FUEL MIX TABLES


    16:1
    24:1
    32:1
    40:1
    50:1
    Litres
    millilitres of oil
    5
    300
    200
    150
    125
    100
    10
    625
    425
    300
    250
    200
    15
    950
    625
    475
    375
    300
    20
    1250
    825
    625
    500
    400
    25
    1550
    1050
    775
    625
    500


    16:1
    24:1
    32:1
    40:1
    50:1
    Imp Gal
    Imp ounces of oil
    1
    10.0
    7.0
    5.0
    4.0
    3.0
    2
    20.0
    13.5
    10.0
    8.0
    6.5
    3
    30.0
    20.0
    15.0
    12.0
    9.5
    4
    40.0
    27.0
    20.5
    16.0
    13.0
    5
    50.0
    33.0
    25.0
    20.0
    16.0



    16:1
    24:1
    32:1
    40:1
    50:1
    US Gal
    US ounces of oil
    1
    8.0
    5.5
    4.0
    3.2
    2.5
    2
    16.0
    10.5
    8.0
    6.5
    5.0
    3
    24.0
    16.0
    12.0
    9.5
    7.5
    4
    32.0
    21.5
    16.0
    13.0
    10.0
    5
    40.0
    26.5
    20.0
    16.0
    13.0


    16:1
    24:1
    32:1
    40:1
    50:1
    Litres
    US ounces of oil
    5
    10.5
    7.0
    5.5
    4.0
    3.5
    10
    21.0
    14.0
    10.5
    8.5
    7.0
    15
    32.0
    21.0
    16.0
    12.5
    10.0
    20
    42.5
    28.0
    21.0
    17.0
    13.5
    25
    53.0
    35.0
    26.5
    21.0
    17.0



    16:1
    24:1
    32:1
    40:1
    50:1
    US Gal
    millilitres of oil
    1
    225
    150
    125
    100
    75
    2
    475
    325
    225
    200
    150
    3
    700
    475
    350
    275
    225
    4
    950
    625
    475
    375
    300
    5
    1175
    800
    600
    475
    375


    16:1
    24:1
    32:1
    40:1
    50:1
    Imp Gal
    millilitres of oil
    1
    275
    200
    150
    125
    100
    2
    575
    375
    275
    225
    175
    3
    850
    575
    425
    350
    275
    4
    1125
    750
    575
    450
    375
    5
    1425
    950
    700
    575
    450


    Note: ounce measurements rounded to the neared 0.5 ounce and millilitre measurements rounded to the nearest 25 ml.
    A few unit conversion factors:
    A US Gallon Contains:
    An Imperial Gallon Contains:
    A Litre contains:
    128 US ounces
    153.7 US ounces
    33.8 US ounces
    133.2 Imperial ounces
    160 Imperial ounces
    35.2 Imperial ounces
    3.785 litres
    4.546 litres
    1000 millilitres


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    fuel/oil mix ratio tables

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    Alum. Stator Bearing and Seal #'s

    Just pulled a Alum Stator apart,(95 SL 750) Here's the seal and bearing #'s that was in it.Should be able to take thenm to any bearing place and get a Cheaper Price then thru Polaris,They will also be able to cross referance to any brand they carry.

    Bearing - Brand- NTN / Part# 6304C3
    Seal - Brand- CR2 / Part# 3610043
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