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    Cool Early model Polaris trim system INTERCHANGEABILITY of nozzles HELP please!

    Hey guys...

    I am looking for some guidance... I am helping a friend with a 1992 Polaris SL650 with the 1993 SL750 TRIM OPTION installed.

    The issue is that the person they got it from has the standard steering nozzle on it (proper one was broken).

    I have many spare 94+ steering / trim nozzles, but they are a different part number (look close). Can I make those work or do I need a 92-93 part?

    I know the pump is different...

    The reason I cannot just go try it is 4 hours+ distance...

    Thanks in advance!
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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Sorry, I cannot speak about the 92-93 model pumps as I'm unfamiliar with them.

    What I would like to mention is you can install a 1994 and newer modular type jet pump on that ski and use the parts you have. Plus the newer pump would add a little boost to the ski.

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    Like xlint said now is the time to convert it to the 94 up pump , unbolt it from the hull and through it as far as you can lol
    you will need a complete pump from the hull to the nozzle
    mid you don’t go with the extended pump the drive shaft will work
    totally worth the effort

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    Cool Trim Conversion...

    Thanks guys...

    I agree that this is the best way to go moving forward. I would do it for my own.

    My friend that is 4 hours away needs the part. I am going to give the nozzle stuff for free. I do not have a spare pump or parts to give.

    With that being said, are the 4 bolt holes on the old vs. new pump the same pattern or can I just use my steering and trim parts on the old pump?

    Thank you for your help!!!

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Pretty sure everything should swap right over. I don't recall anyone stating anything different.

    Tell your buddy to buy a 1994 or 95 SL 650 pump. I imagine he could get one pretty cheap. And it would have a the correct impeller.

    The only problem I might see is you would want to check engine to pump alignment after a swap, and prob would want to check your piston wash as the impellers being swapped may need a slight adjustment on the carbs.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/POLARIS-SL6...cAAOSwMLhdoBaC

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/94-POLARIS-...EAAOSw61RdgUDy

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