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    Polaris MSX110

    Bought a aluminum double trailer and 3 skis for 1500.00 it had a Polaris virage 800 runs , Polaris MSX 150 it's apart and a Polaris MSX 110 that runs. All are in really nice shape. The MSX 110 head said does not idle very good but that's all he knew. They worth fixing? 1500.00 for 3 skis and a single and double aluminum trailer I thought was good even if I use the skis as parts.


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    Here in Nova Scotia Canada that would be a dream buy. I can't even fix my Genesis for $1500 US.

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    MSX150 with a tune is a great ski. Not trivial to rebuild but worth it if you're handy enough. The 110 and 150 share the same motor (including turbo) so you could try to make one good 150 from the two.

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    I bought the skis tonight turns out the Virage is a 1200 TX it runs the MSX 150 runs

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    Cool, now you should check over the 150, starting with compression. Then check/change oil and filter being sure to not overfill.

    Is the virage a DI?

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    This one is carbed.

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    That good or bad? My other Virage is DI So is my Genesis

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    I personally would take a DI machine over a carbed machine 10 times out of 10. Instant starting, no gummy carbs, no fouled plugs, better fuel economy, etc. But many others would likely disagree with me

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiPeRcO View Post
    I personally would take a DI machine over a carbed machine 10 times out of 10. Instant starting, no gummy carbs, no fouled plugs, better fuel economy, etc. But many others would likely disagree with me

    And on the the flip side with carbs no broken flywheel magnets or failing Emms. Use good oil and you will never foul plugs. Use ethanol free fuel and you won’t mess the carbs either

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    CDIs probably fail just as often as EMMs. And can't be fixed by Lakeside Tech (yet)

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