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    oil everywhere gunna go pre mix

    I went out to look at my slx the other day an saw to my horror that the entire bottom of the inside was covered in blue oil so instead of replacing all the lines and trying to find the leak I was wondering where I could find a oil block off kit for a 2000 slx 1200 and a 1998 slxh 1050.
    When I go premix what oil gas ratio should I use?


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000slx1200 View Post
    I went out to look at my slx the other day an saw to my horror that the entire bottom of the inside was covered in blue oil so instead of replacing all the lines and trying to find the leak I was wondering where I could find a oil block off kit for a 2000 slx 1200 and a 1998 slxh 1050.
    When I go premix what oil gas ratio should I use?
    40:1 is the common ratio for pre-mix.

    You will use pre-mixed oil at roughly twice the rate of the variable flow oil injection system.

    Block off kits are available from a number of Polaris parts sources.

    Polaris PWC Parts Sources

    In addition, there is eBay, and our own Poalris Classifieds.

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    thank you again k447 in Atlantic jet sports they make a kit for the 700/900/1050 but not the 1200? Am I blind am I missing it?

    http://www.atlanticjetsports.com/eng..._block_off.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000slx1200 View Post
    thank you again k447 in Atlantic jet sports they make a kit for the 700/900/1050 but not the 1200? Am I blind am I missing it?

    http://www.atlanticjetsports.com/eng..._block_off.htm
    900 1050 and 1200 blocks are all the same I believe. the 1200 didnt come out till 2000 where the other two were out in the mid and late 90's. They probably stopped making them before they came out with the 1200 motors

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000slx1200 View Post
    ...Atlantic jet sports they make a kit for the 700/900/1050 but not the 1200? Am I blind am I missing it?

    http://www.atlanticjetsports.com/eng..._block_off.htm
    Quote Originally Posted by ujustlost View Post
    900 1050 and 1200 blocks are all the same I believe. the 1200 didn't come out till 2000 where the other two were out in the mid and late 90's. They probably stopped making them before they came out with the 1200 motors
    On the domestic engines, the oil pump mounts to the front of the flywheel cover.

    I expect that the same block off kit works for all domestic engines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    On the domestic engines, the oil pump mounts to the front of the flywheel cover.

    I expect that the same block off kit works for all domestic engines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000slx1200 View Post
    I went out to look at my slx the other day an saw to my horror that the entire bottom of the inside was covered in blue oil so instead of replacing all the lines and trying to find the leak I was wondering where I could find a oil block off kit for a 2000 slx 1200 and a 1998 slxh 1050.
    When I go premix what oil gas ratio should I use?
    simply replacing the cracked oil lines is harder than mixing gas EVERY time you fill up? Sounds backwards to me.

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    thank you guys for the help

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    Going full throttle with the oil system failing is bad too! I'd rather mix it myself. I use 3.2 oz per gallon. 40/1, never had an issue. Although iv'e heard it many times. the polaris oiling system is very reliable... 10 -15 yrs old? hmmm....

    Cant you just undo the cable to the oil pump and leave it there? Why do you need a block off kit?

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    I'm not sure about that but the kits are just $ 10 thats not too bad so I just bought two.

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