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    WTB complete jetpump and impeller from Polaris sl700

    What title says!
    Also does anyone know what years and models of jetpumps will fit a 96 sl700?


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    Any of them from 1994 and newer EXCEPT the Octane.

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    Do you need everything - the entire jet pump including exit nozzle, steering nozzle?

    All 1994-2004 Polaris jet pumps are modular, which means that you can swap and mix parts from different jet pumps to get what you need.

    The parts that vary between models that you need to pay attention to are;

    Exit nozzle - some have zero, one or two bilge pump siphon fittings
    Steering nozzle - on some models that have reverse the steering nozzle is different than when there is no reverse bucket
    Stator - there are five aluminum stators, and stainless steel six vane stators. The SS version is better.
    Impeller - this must be matched to your engine power and RPM. In general, an impeller from another Polaris model with similar engine power (80HP in your case, I think the 1996 700 had) will work.

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    OK thats alot for the info! I bought my polaris knowing it had pump problems but I decided to run it anyways and after about 20 mins the bearings pretty much locked up so I need the whole pump section but I have the exit nozzle and other parts.

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    I have a prop in good condition. Polaris part#5131035.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustin88 View Post
    ... after about 20 mins the bearings pretty much locked up ...
    You can replace the bearings and shaft seals in the pump

    Parts cost is not expensive, and the how-to info is available around here

    Click my signature link, and look for the jet pump section.

    You will need to check whether the impeller blades are worn down, but that is not hard to do. If needed, an impeller refurbish is cost effective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustin88 View Post
    ... knowing it had pump problems but I decided to run it anyways...


    It usually costs more to repair if you ride it until it completely stops running, rather than check and fix things up front ...

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    I know i shouldn't have ran it but I knew it was already fubar, now there is about a 1/4inch gap around the impeller so I would rather just get a whole new pump and not worry about fixing it!

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    I have a complete pump. Let me know if you need it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustin88 View Post
    ... get a whole new pump ...
    Then you need the stator section and impeller assembly. You can re-use the exit nozzle and such.

    You will need to examine the wear ring, which is the section the impeller spins inside of.

    If the wear ring is worn or damaged, then that will also have to be dealt with.

    If you have a short jet pump, then you can either remove and replace the pump base (which is sealed to the hull, and held on with four nuts - not bolts, nuts).

    OR you can switch to an 'extended jet pump, which moves the whole impeller section rearwards with the insertion of a 4 inch long extension ring. You would need the extension ring, plus adapters to lengthen the steering cable (and reverse/trim if you have reverse/trim)

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