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    expansion chamber & tuning

    Kawasaki ,& yamahas have a vast selection of high h.p. wet , dry, tunable with large results. I havent run across too many polaris with aftermarket pipes. Im new to the polaris brand .can someone clarify this for me
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    Here's some R and D triples in a 2000 polaris pro. These are a little shorter than the original triples. A few guys on here have PSI triples too. maybe they can show a pic of thier set ups!
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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    What model do you have?

    Polaris first started out with dry pipes in 92 and 93.

    They then went to the wet pipe.

    PSI made a dry pipe for the 650/750/780

    PSI then made triple pipes for the same skis.

    The PRO 785 came stock with triple pipes.

    Once those were switched out for the domestic engines 700/900/1050/1200

    There was mostly triple pipes available. Except the 700 twin. They did make twin pipes available.

    I guess Hot Seat doodled with a dry single pipe for the domestic triples, but only a few were made/sold I think.

    Check out this thread in the tech section.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=25278

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    excellent pics!

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    I found this ad/article interesting. I didn't know there was a single pipe manifold for using the PSI pipe on a 785. Anyone have a picture of one?
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    Rasta Mon Condoms We Be Jammin!!!!! TxVirageTx's Avatar
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    goof

    gotta be misprint,slx 780 i assume they wanted to clarify between a slx 780 and slx 785 and screwed the pooch

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    Sweet

    Quote Originally Posted by bowsniper View Post
    Here's some R and D triples in a 2000 polaris pro. These are a little shorter than the original triples. A few guys on here have PSI triples too. maybe they can show a pic of thier set ups!
    those set of triples look like you had plenty of room to spare, sometimes its pretty difficult and too tight to fit, so you have to indent gas tank,& other altering nightmares. I just recently purchased a 94 slt750. I plan on leaving it stock right now! I was just curious , because like I said I hadnt seen much on pipes. Thank you all for providing great data & feed back. I now love the Hulk I always get feedback and no B.S. unlike the place that I try to get data for my kawi.
    Thanks Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by blegan View Post
    those set of triples look like you had plenty of room to spare, sometimes its pretty difficult and too tight to fit, so you have to indent gas tank,& other altering nightmares. I just recently purchased a 94 slt750. I plan on leaving it stock right now! I was just curious , because like I said I hadnt seen much on pipes. Thank you all for providing great data & feed back. I now love the Hulk I always get feedback and no B.S. unlike the place that I try to get data for my kawi.
    Thanks Brian
    You mean like this? Yep, they are tight,Miss one thing (like tighten a clamp)and you have to take them back out to reach anything. PSI TRIPLES IN A SL 750
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    YUP!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    You mean like this? Yep, they are tight,Miss one thing (like tighten a clamp)and you have to take them back out to reach anything. PSI TRIPLES IN A SL 750
    Just like that, thats a sweet photo.The only other question I have is? Is it wrong to get a woody when viewing pics. of high performance motors ????

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