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    Looking for SL750 part.

    I'm looking for part number 15 for a 1994 Polaris SL750. MAINEAK1970@YAHOO.COM . Thanks.



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    I have one but it looks different but works. Stock from 95 750

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    You really don't even need it (unless you flip alot) It will restrict your airflow= Performance

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    missing part

    I figured I needed it. My ski blows a little oil from the air cleaner area when Its running. I figured the part moved the oil to the crank. I don't have any power loss when ridden so I figured it wasn't a bad engine.

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    You may want to check your reeds,How much oil are you getting,Can you snap a picture?

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    1994 polaris

    I'm not sure what the reeds are. It has rained here so the oil has disappeared. I was sprayed on the back (sprayed like mud around a wheelwell) like it was blown out the air outlet on the seat. It was the first time the ski had been in the water this year.

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    i have one 15.00 shipped in the lower US.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Maineak, sounds like you have something wrong. Are you sure it's coming from the Flame Arrestor? If so, it may be bad reeds as mentioned. If it looks like grease/oil, then it may be your engine coupler slinging grease. There should be a plastic cover over the engine coupler. The open end of the cover should face down. ALSO: be sure to grease the engine coupler and bearing if you're unfamiliar with these skis.

    And welcome to the Hulk.

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    Slinging grease

    The ski does have the coupling but it is facing up towards the seat. There is a 1 inch gap between the sides of the rubber. It looks like grease not oil on the back of the ski. It doesn't do it idling but when I had it in the water it spotted the back of the ski.

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    Item #4 rotate it so the gap faces the hull. Also make sure there is a grease nipple in item #1 and #8


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