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    Sl 750 Monster

    Hi gang. First timer here. I see you guys are very knowledgable about the SL 750. Do any of you know about the PSI Genesis III S78 cylinders and heads? I believe I need triple pipes to make these work. The stock manifold hits the exhaust valves. I see a couple of you talking about mounting them into a SL. Was it VERY difficult? And what do I need to alter? Any ideas where I can get some? If you can help, it'd be awesome. Just to show I mean business, here's some of the goodies I have already. 1. Mikuni triple pump, 2. SBN 44 with PRO intake manifold, 3. OP F/As, Polaris PRO F/As ( not sure which to use yet), 4. primer kit, 5. V Force Delta 2, 6. polished Fuji crancases, 7. PSI polished cyl & heads with spring operated exhaust valves, 8. Hot Seat waterbox, 9. Hot Seat 6 vein SS stator, 10. Skat Trak 15/20 swirl impeller, 11. Polaris long pump with support brackets, 12. stock and 5or6* pump wedge, 13. OP or SLX ride plate, 14. R&D intake grate. You guys got hints, tricks, advice, or parts I'd like to see what you got. Thanks Kevin


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    Hi Kevin WELCOME to the Green Hulk, it's great to have another Polaris Junkie on board.
    I have a set of PSI triples going on my SL750 when I get back from Havasu.
    Mind showing a picture of those cylinders?
    Check the tech section for the installation directions of the PSI triples.

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    xlint89, Nice collection of parts you have there.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    I'm not too savvy on the computer, not sure how to post a pic. If you can walk me through it, I will sure try. These cylinders and heads look so sweet, I don't wanna bum you out though. The guy putting triples on the SL, if you can keep some good notes for a brother, you'd have a friend in Ohio. Thanks

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    I always do a pretty complete pictorial when I get started. LOL

    To post the pictures get them loaded to your desk top or pictures section on your computer. Then when making your post go to "manage attachments", below this box. Click the browse button and find your file name, upload it and submit your reply.
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    like uhh so it says manage attachments an then a screen will pop up 2 browse thru your computer hardest thing about it is remembering where your pictures are at on your computer ,,

    you need one of these
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    Pics of PSI cyl. and head

    Don't be drooling on your keyboard guys. I have all three, just took close ups of one to show details.
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    This is all I have on the VEP Cylinders. It looks like you need adapters for the stock exhaust manifold to bolt on and clear the valves.
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    I'm an idiot. I just found that these are 780 cylinders and heads. YEAH!!! Not 750 as stated earlier. She's gonna rip across lake Erie next year. Thanks for all the help guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaLion View Post
    This is all I have on the VEP Cylinders. It looks like you need adapters for the stock exhaust manifold to bolt on and clear the valves.
    That is totally cool. Is there any chance you have a scan of that whole catalog? I'd love to see it.

    Aaron

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