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    Yongwang pictures (Polaris 700cc-2cyl-engine)

    Im posting some random pictures of my yongwang, hope this can be intresting, posting more pictures later... The reason i bought a chinese jetski was the price... i was looking for cheap jetskis on the net and realized this jetskis cost less money new then another jetski used... know there is alot of people critical against chinese stuff and u dont need to write in this thread...

    Its good if people here is pointing out the differenses between this and the virage...
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    here is some more...
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    here is a link to the yongwang factory... http://www.jetski.com.cn/ i think

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    modifications and notes:
    * the Multi Function Instrument is not like the one on Polaris Virage, correct me if im wrong...
    *The flush... is not yongwang orginal, i have modified it to fit swedish gardenhose...
    *The cable going from the battery is a ctek-cable (charger) witch i have installed so the battery is always full.
    *I have removed the oilpump and replaced it with a oil-blockoff-kit witch need some modification to fit...
    *the choke has been replaced and a fuel primer kit has been installed

    Coming modifications:
    *remove oiltank
    *fixate the oil-sender-unit in highest point

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    forgot to mention a important thing, people who have this trailer (a trailer like mine) and are using it for longer distance then 1km, change the wheels and the wheelshaft for a bigger one, im using opelwheels...

    (getting what your paying for... got this trailer and a jetski-cover for about 100$ when i bought my yongwang)

    but with new wheels and a cost of more then the trailer itself i now have a really good trailer

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    The motor looks exactly like the domestic 700's.. how about a pic of the whole ski..?

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    its most likely like the Yamaha and Motobishi relationship, Motobishi makes ATV's and if you check them even down to the microfiche, the parts are the same. That way you buy cheaper and then when its time to repair, use the Yamaha part.

    P.S. There is a picture of the ski on that link.

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    The only thing I see is it looks like the finishing on some of the castings. And maybe the Cheapness of the plastic parts.(Air cleaner,elect. box,rub rails) Rub rails are not molded but a flexible one piece.

    The exhaust pipe looks to be different,Not as big in the thickness.(Dia.)

    Makes you really wonder if someone bought all of Polaris's manufacturing tooling and just shipped it oversea or they just totally knocked it off and made new.

    Thanks for posting the pictures,What type of warranty did you get? Have you had to deal with any service under it?

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    Do you have the ski? Have you ridden it yet? What is the performance like? Acceleration, Top Speed, etc. What other skis do you have as a reference?

    Quote Originally Posted by zephyrlius View Post
    here is a link to the yongwang factory... http://www.jetski.com.cn/ i think

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyrlius View Post
    modifications and notes:
    * the Multi Function Instrument is not like the one on Polaris Virage, correct me if im wrong...
    ...
    *The cable going from the battery is a ctek-cable (charger) witch i have installed so the battery is always full.

    Coming modifications:
    ...
    *fixate the oil-sender-unit in highest point
    I see the red wire for the Ctek charger is rubbing on the metal bracket for the battery. Be sure to protect that wire from damage. You do not want the metal edges to rub through the insulation

    You can remove the oil sender completely, and install a 33 ohm resistor inside the electrical box where the sender wires connect. Unplug and insulate/tape the original sender wires inside the electrical box. 33 ohms is the signal for a 'full' oil tank.

    Edit: The Yong Wang just has a warning lamp. So the oil sender might just be a float switch.
    Check it with a meter, then install a bypass jumper in the electrical box if it is just a switch.


    A few clear photos of the inside of the electrical box would be good. Especially the part numbers inside there.

    What is the web site printed on the side of the electrical box?
    Looks like www.?????scooter.com

    The genuine Polaris Virage has a digital display, but the Polaris Freedom has an even more minimal analog dash than your Yong Wang.

    Does anybody have a photo of the Freedom dashboard?

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