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    Primer kit install on stock Pro 785

    Can I install a plunger primer on a Pro 785 and still use the oil injection?


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    Quote Originally Posted by skigolfnut View Post
    Can I install a plunger primer on a Pro 785 and still use the oil injection?
    I believe you install the primer fittings in the holes where the choke plate rods were.

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    I see that, what is the best way to remove the choke plate and rods?
    any suggestions?
    thanks,

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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    very carefully, take off the FA and unscrew the screws on the choke butter flies. Do not drop the screws if the rack is still on the machine. The rods should slide out if I remember correctly. Most people say to use T's and prime all three but I only prime the PTO carb on my SL and it starts just fine.

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    Use a big hammer and knock the whole assembly out in 1 hit.l Just watch for flying debris.lol

    why couldnt you still use the oil injection? its not in the way.. you are just taking off the choke plates. I don't see a problem with that.

    I have 2 going to the carbs, Mag and Cen only.. those redtops are gas hogs and need all the gas you can throw at them..

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    This new primer is going on the stock 785 pro with stock carbs. I already have a primer on the limited one with the red top carbs,

    I would like to change out the stock Flame arrestor to something better,

    What options do I have for an upgraded flame arrestor for the stock carbs?

    Should I do the tripple primer on all 3 or just do a double on 2 of them? like my racing limited?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skigolfnut View Post

    I would like to change out the stock Flame arrestor to something better,

    What options do I have for an upgraded flame arrestor for the stock carbs?
    They say the stock F/A is just fine. I put prok's on my pro but not because the stock F/A is no good but because I fog after every ride and its easier to get the proks off than the stock one. And they look cool with the clear tops.

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    The Prok's look pretty cool, Atlantic jet sports has them and the adapters to make them work,
    I think I will roll with the primer kit first, then maybe upgrade later to an aftermarket FA.
    I have to make sure I keep with the rules for the stock class for that ski, for when my daughter races it,

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