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    2002 Virage TXi for $1,000

    No connection here, I was just browsing Craigslist and came across this one. St. Louis area for those that are interested.

    http://stlouis.craigslist.org/boa/1345646226.html

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    There you go Tenjuna (Jason), That's a good buy,could always go Carbed on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    There you go Tenjuna (Jason), That's a good buy,could always go Carbed on it.
    Carb'ed
    No need for that!

    If the engine is mechanically good (compression, etc), this would probably be an easy repair. Send the unhappy EMM to DFI, pay a few hundred, then ride it for years.

    No messing with carb tuning, good fuel economy, fast and stable

    You saw my own 2002 Virage TXi was at the get together. I didn't lift a tool for either one, and only opened the seat to show others what it looked like inside

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    This is Green Hulk PWC Performance Forum...We can make it faster,spend more money and burn more fuel per hour. Get with the program ehhhh! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    ...We can make it faster,spend more money and burn more fuel per hour. Get with the program ehhhh! LOL
    Last time we rode, my stock MSX 140 was walking away from your carb conversion

    Next year I will have the 2004 ride plate installed, and perhaps some Ficht tweaks. You had better be much faster

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    LOL, I don't know about walking away, But next time It won't be running a MSX 150 prop,'03 ride plate and a 4 * wedge. Plus it will be using all of it's potental.........and maybe Trippple pipes............But you will still get more miles/kms(or what ever you guys call it) per gallons/litres........ And I'll still be louder.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Last time we rode, my stock MSX 140 was walking away from your carb conversion

    Next year I will have the 2004 ride plate installed, and perhaps some Ficht tweaks. You had better be much faster
    OUCH.......

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    WOW

    I just posted this listing as a "service" to anyone looking for a newer ski. Holy smokes, I didn't think it was going to turn into a bull blown throw-down between Keith and Danno

    Yikes guys, it looks like next year's Midwest Nationals are gonna be less of a tuning/BS session and more of a race!!!

    I won't be participating in the racing action (the Aqua Couch just doesn't have it in her) so I'll just cruise along and watch you guys eat up fuel

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    All in good fun.

    I expect a tuned and piped machine to run stronger than a stock fuel injected engine. Dan's wasn't tuned, which is why it wasn't running away from me.

    Next year, it should be better tuned, so I will also just be cruising along, while the faster machines pull away

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    sexy...though I did just find a pair of dead skis on a dual trailer for $650. sl750 that needs a piston, and sltx1050 that needs a crank and new cylinder.

    hmmm

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