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    Polaris water manifold bar, cooling water flow hole size restrictions

    I would like to update this with the actual inside diameters of the hole sizes for each water bar type.

    If you have any of these please measure the hole sizes and post a reply with the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PolarisNut View Post
    I believe they changed the water bar feed sizes when they removed the thermostat and pop off assembly for the 1200 carb engine...
    What year/models were the first to not have the thermostat installed at the factory?

    How many different water bar versions are there for the three cylinder domestic engines?

    A quick scan of the parts listings shows these (list may not be entirely accurate);
    MAG CEN PTO Bypass
    .50" .43" .43" .60" 1202217-329 2001-2004 Ficht (Genesis i and Virage TXi) Theromostat position inboard

    1202577-329 2003-2004 Ficht (MSX 140, thermostat housing at MAG end), black paint)

    .50" .43" .43" 1202083-093 2001-2002 carb engines (Genesis, Virage TX) Thermostat position outboard

    .50" .43" .43" 5630942-093 1999-2000 carb & Ficht engines (Genesis, SLTX-B, Virage TX, SLX)

    5630789-093 1997-1999 carb engines (SLX, SLTX, SL 900, SL 1050)

    .50" .43" .35" 5630583-093 1996 carb (SL900, SL1050)
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    the 5630942 appears to be .050 mag .043 cen .043 pto, i know the 093 at the end is red.the 329 is black.
    the 1202083 has the same size openings when i compared them the t-stat and pop-off are reverse in location.
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    if you look at the top blue one you'll see than the pto opening on the twin is the same size as the larger opening of the mag.the twin has both the same size.i've also opened up the opening at the elbow on the pump nozzle to push more volume thru my 1200 stuff,just like the skat nozzles are

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxPro1200 View Post
    the 5630942 appears to be .50 mag .43 cen .43 pto ...

    the 1202083 has the same size openings when i compared them the t-stat and pop-off are reverse in location.
    Can you confirm the hole sizes for 1202083?

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    I am new but would like to know if it is possible for the temp sensor to be by-passed. We have running issues after warm up

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    Quote Originally Posted by awesome1 View Post
    I am new but would like to know if it is possible for the temp sensor to be by-passed. We have running issues after warm up
    I dont see what that would fix. Why would you want to bypass the temp sensor? Is it a carbed or fuel injected machine?

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