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    Fuel pump 95 sl 750 question

    First let me thank everyone for the help. This site rocks! I have read several threads on here about the fuel systems and have solved my problem but now that the ski is running fine I am concerned about the OEM fuel pump going bad. I don't want to damage the motor. My question is about replacing the pump or adding the small pump that feeds the OEM. I have read about both the triple and the feeder pump (not sure the actual name). I am not a hard rider, mostly cruise around. I ride almost every weekend. Should I invest in the triple or will the other be suficient? Which site is best for ordering?


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    Welcome to the Hulk.

    The triple is the way to go upgrade once and call it a day.

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    Thanks. I will. Since I am replacing the fuel pump I think that I will go ahead and replace all the fuel and oil lines. Is there diagrams anywhere that I can look at if by chance I get mixed up. While doing this, I will mark the hoses with numbers and replace them in order one at a time. I am asking just in case I get lost. And also where is the best place to get the pump.

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    If you are in the USA, the best place to get the fuel pump is from:

    John Zigler
    Rock County Jet Ski
    608-743-1305 m-f CST
    please email; [email protected]

    For the fuel routing information check out:

    http://polarispwcknowledge.shorturl.com/

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    Thanks guys!

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    I'm not sure what small "feeder" pump you speak of. Can you post a link to it?

    I think you're speaking about the autocock. (looks like a small fuel pump on older models)

    Those were to be removed per Polaris bulletin. They would cause fuel restrictions and lead to engine damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    I'm not sure what small "feeder" pump you speak of. Can you post a link to it?

    I think you're speaking about the autocock. (looks like a small fuel pump on older models)

    Those were to be removed per Polaris bulletin. They would cause fuel restrictions and lead to engine damage.
    SBT sells the booster pump..

    Polaris 650/750 Fuel Pump Kit

    Quantity in Basket:none
    Code: 35-301
    Price: $49.95




    Quantity:
    This is a supplemental fuel pump kit to add fuel delivery to the stock 650 and 750 pumps. The stock pumps from the factory weaken over time and starve the front cylinder for fuel, resulting in a hole through the piston. This kit comes with all the lines and fittings to bolster the fuel supply and correct the problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    SBT sells the booster pump..

    Polaris 650/750 Fuel Pump Kit

    Quantity in Basket:none
    Code: 35-301
    Price: $49.95




    Quantity:
    This is a supplemental fuel pump kit to add fuel delivery to the stock 650 and 750 pumps. The stock pumps from the factory weaken over time and starve the front cylinder for fuel, resulting in a hole through the piston. This kit comes with all the lines and fittings to bolster the fuel supply and correct the problem
    Yikes!!!!!!

    Get a triple pump kit for that price......

    And do it right!!!!!!!

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    Got a triple ordered! thanks guys!

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