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    psi dry pipe

    Anyone ever have a psi dry pipe for a fuji? what are the performance gains? Does anyone know of one that is for sale?


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    I have 1 and sold 1 to Keddano. BB Caprice tried one on his SLT, but never got it dialed in.

    PSI claims 7 HP thoughout entire RPM range. More info about it in the PSI thread.

    Mine's been on "her ride" for the past 2 years. It does like the upper RPM band.

    Biggest drawback I have is the TINY stinger opening gets blocked with a grain of sand and it will overheat the hoses. Now, I check it everytime I take it out. Nothing big.

    I think Kedanno sold his to Wreckmaster.

    was one on Ebay a while back, not sure if the guy sold it? I wouldn't pay more than $100 shipped for one.

    To me, it appears the one I have is modeled after the stock 93 dry pipe, while the one in the PSI catalog looks like the shorter stock 92 version.

    I know others have said the PSI is a stock pipe, just rebadged with their logo. I'll admit, they do have alot of similarities...

    The pipe of all the hype is the 92 650 pipe. It's the shortest pipe (which usually like high RPM) Polaris made, and came to light after Sea Lion posted about it on his 780. (92 dry pipe, 44mm carbs, Pro 785 CDI, 12/17 swirl impeller) Claimed it ran real hard in the 6900-7000 RPM range.

    Tech SLX has duplicated SL's build, and is also making similar claims.

    Hope this helps. But for more info, check out the PSI thread Kedanno started a few months back.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...&highlight=psi

    And this one.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...&highlight=psi

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    Pics of the pipes as they evolved.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ry+pipe&page=4

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    Wow, don't know how I missed that thread. Thanks for the info and link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thester71 View Post
    Anyone ever have a psi dry pipe for a fuji? what are the performance gains? Does anyone know of one that is for sale?
    I have one that I would be willing to sell, pm me if your interested. thanks Mike

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    I didn't know there were any PSI dry pipes left around anymore. I figured everyone was using the Polaris dry pipes.

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