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    Boyesen Pro reeds

    I got a 94 Sl750 the only Mod I have right now is a 12/18 impeller I was thinking about buying the Boyesen pro-28 reeds. One of my reeds broke in half found out yesterday when I couldn't tune my ski for shit so I started digging in and found the broken reed. So is anyone running these reeds that can tell me how they are I do plan on a few more mods in the future F.A's, intake grate but not much more than that.
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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    they really wake up throttle response. You should track down a set of reed spacers while its apart

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Yeah, I'm with him ^^^^^^^

    Performance reeds do give a nice little bottom end boost. And may give a few up top too.

    Reed spacers would help with midrange boost, and help prolong the life of the reeds.

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    Cool thats what the ski needs the spacers will have to wait until later due to cash flow this is my wife's ski and I trying to make it so I don't have to wait up for her all the time I ride a seadoo xp 1996. I know it has 30 more hp but I still thik the polaris has power to be made I just got off ebay a R&D speed plate and R&D intake grate for the sl750 for 100.00 not bad in my book. So I hope with these 3 mods the 750 will stand a better chance of keeping up I put a bran new motor in it last year also all I need now is the spacers and air pods and i'm done with that ski. Thanks for the input guys

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    Got the new reeds put in and a R&D intake grate HOLY CRAP this thing really picked up the pase I was shocked on how much better it ran on of the reeds was broke before but dam I don't have to worry about waiting up anymore. Shes on my ass now I got an R&D ride plate coming this week for it I love E-bay got it for 40.00 shipped when I put that on shes going to turn the lake into a whirlpool with all the 360 she does already I have to tell her to stop. Anyway thanks guys.

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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    Nice, yes with some simple bolt on mods you can get around 5 mph more out of a 750. Reeds, spacers, Aftermarket air cleaners, Primer kit, Pump wedge, extended ride plate, 4 inch extended jet pump, six vane stator. Sounds like she'll be happy enough with the ride plate though.

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