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    Been around for years...seen it all Kawi-Guy's Avatar
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    MSX pump Nozzle and wedge

    Looking for a pump nozzle and Wedge for my msx150,I'm sure the same one is used on the MSX140.
    Let me know what you have,
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    Todd in Naples, FL


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    Are you looking for just the exit nozzle? They were same on most of the Polaris's with reverse.Nothing special about them,Same with the wedges. I think they were just a 4 degree.

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    Yes, mine is corroded and the plastic wedge is warping where they meet, so I just figured I'd replace both.
    So one off an old SLT or Virage would work or does it need to be off of a more recent pump?

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    According to the parts break down on Polaris the wedge is pretty standard across all models Ptno 5432841. But the nozzle's decription is "straight syphon" Ptno 1350097 and is only used on Msx 110/150. The 140 nozzle ptno is 1350013 and is only used on 03/04 Msx and the 1995 Slx. But this info is just from Polaris and the differences might be just in the part no's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kawi-Guy View Post
    Looking for a pump nozzle and Wedge for my msx150,I'm sure the same one is used on the MSX140.
    Let me know what you have,
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    Todd in Naples, FL
    How many bilge siphon fittings are on that pump exit nozzle - one or two?

    Is there a Polaris part number on it?

    Some owners of MSX hulls (typically those with more than stock engine power) have reported that the five degree pump nozzle wedge worked best for them. Six degrees was reported to induce too much nose bounce.

    Five degree wedges are rare, but they do exist.

    Otherwise, a stock 4 degree wedge from any model year can be used. They are mostly plastic, but there are metal versions also.

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    Thanks,
    There are 2 bilge siphon fittings on it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kawi-Guy View Post
    Thanks,
    There are 2 bilge siphon fittings on it
    Sounds the same as the MSX 140 pump nozzle, or any of the other models with dual bilge siphons

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    The part discription says "straight syphon" for the msx 150/110. I would check that the syphon tubes are at the same angle take a picture of your 150 nozzle and we can compare take particular note of the syphon tubes. I don't know the back of the 150 at all maybe there is a difference there somewhere ?

    1350097NOZZLE ASM,STRAIGHT SIPHON

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    Although I have not removed the pump from my MSX 140, the pump nozzle looks to the naked eye to be the same as the one from the MSX150. They both have the double siphon tube hookup on the same side and they both have the wedge . Not sure if I should try to swap them out.

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    I'd take them both off and hold them side by side. You'll soon see any difference. I'm picking if there is a difference it will be on the angle the siphon tubes go into the houseing going by the part description

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