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    PSI Triple Pipe Instructions

    For SL650/750/780 and SLX780.
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    Page 7 plus a scan of the 95 PSI catalogue featuring the triples.
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    Hey sl, do you have the instructions for the single pipe by any chance?

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    That I don't have but it is straight forward. The 92-93 650 pipe bolts right on to the 750/780. The problem is the other parts necesarry to make it work like the Pro785 CDI, possibly bigger carbs like 44's, lower pitch impeller (12/17).

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    You know I had to print all these pages to supplement my shop manual, not that I'll ever end up getting triples, but hey you never know. My 750 is still running sweet and I'm scared to mess with it.......LOL The 650 dry pipe deal would be nice. But what about just putting a 780 pipe in place of the 750 pipe? Would that be a complete waste of time or No? 780 pipes are a dime a dozen on ebay.

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    Those directions say to remove the seat snorkel obviously to make room the triple pipes. I hate them damn things can I just ditch them or is it better to just deal with the annoyance?

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    The 94 and newer 750/650 and 780 pipes are all identical.

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    That's what I figured. Just too lazy to go checking part numbers. Didn't they paint the pipes black on the 95 SLX's and blue on the 96 SLX's. I think thats why I thought there might be a chance that they were different...HUMMM?

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    Paint color was different but the pipe is the same.

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    95 psi

    This one???

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