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    Polaris 750sl 1994

    What is the value of a 1994 Polaris 750sl in pristine shape; none of the nada or other pricing guides give a value!! help please!!


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    Depends on where you are and time of year.

    $800-$1500 or so

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    guess i should offer 1000 dollars is asking 1500

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    where are you, "looks" are not engine tested, salt or fresh, updated fuel system etc. need more info

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    1994 Polaris SL750 2-Pass Value



    April 10, 2010
    • 3-Cylinders
    • 2-Stroke
    • 750cc
    Suggested Retail Value $915

    KBB.com

    for suggested retail, the ski should be fairly pristine, not new of course but it should start easily and not have any questionable goings on in the hull or steering gear. Most suggest a compression test before buying.

    If it's pretty, a grand is good, but ONLY if the mechanics check out.

    It pays to take it to a local shop for a once over before you buy, you could save yourself some major headaches.

    Consider the value and condition of the trailer as well

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    Excellent advice

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    that reminds me

    may the offspring of 1000 sand flies inavde and bite the private parts of whatever "engineer" did the carbs on this model ski. mama-mai, I just pulled a set off since some hacker I wanna be a mechanic did some work on this ski with about five tubes of blue rtv ( hey, at least he matched the motor paint). Didn't run too well after that rebuild ( you think all the missing bolts _may_ have had something to do with it?..was fearful they were all snapped off i the engine, but the holes were just filled with silicon.

    Gotta be a simpler way to get those carbs off, bit it looks like the only tool that can do is is your basic12mm open end wrench. I'm way too old for this crap.

    Anyhow, carbs are off, I cleaned out that total butchery the last guy did and have an order put togetther for all new gaskets. carbs look decent, but I want to get that triple outlet fuel pump in there while it's all apart. I'm not intending to ever take on a 94 750 again. Way more trouble then it's worth and they owner is just pouring money into this thing left and right. Before I even got it he had the seat and handlepart pads done, and all new mats. Looks pretty on the trailer, but the innards aren't pretty at all....

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    Its not that bad after you have done it once or twice. shorty 12 is the right way to go

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    Short 12mm boxed end wrench.

    REALLY clean stud threads, so the nuts spin on and off easily helps a TON.

    Really skinny arms are a bonus.

    Reach under the PTO carb and access 5 of the carb nuts.

    Then go through the hood and access the 6th MAG nut from the front.

    No need to remove the throttle cable. Just open the throttle plates with your hand. That will provide enough slack in the cable to remove the cable barrel from the carb drum. Install it in the same fashion.

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    I spent more time

    trying to figure out what tool to use then the job actually took.

    While the bolts were nice and clean, the nuts were just not spinning off (mostly). Worst 6 nut I've dealt with in recent memory.

    No doubt the engineers assumed you'd be pulling the motor ( I was darn close to that also) to service the carbs

    Thanks for the encouragement however, I may cut one of my older 12mm wrench to make the grade here..maybe grind the box end real thin too.

    Just raised the price on carb work for that model. I don't have skinny arms btw

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