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    Guess i Have to fix them please read if you know bout Virages

    Well I dont seem to have any luck at all selling my ski's so i guess im going to have to fix them I know its going to cost me out the ass but its better then letting them sit and rune I need to find a place that can repair my EMM on my 2002 polaris virage txi and how much it normally cost to get it done.

    And on my other one its a 2002 Polaris Virage i and it needs a stator any ideal on where i can get these for cheap?

    gotta rember im jobless and not much money to spend its either fix them or go buy 5 gallons of gas and poor it in the hull and throw a match in there and laph as i watch them burn to the ground


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    Well, the Ficht stators on both engines are the same part number.

    That means you can swap the stator into the Virage i, and possibly have a running PWC to ride, or sell.

    That said, these Ficht stators don't fail very often by themselves. Have you pulled the flywheel yet on that engine? There may be other damage besides the stator, especially if the flywheel magnets have come loose.

    Regarding EMM repair, look up DFI Technologies in my signature links.

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    Id rather get the txi running instead of the I it looks alot better threw out i had a dealership look at them to have them repaired and all they said about the I was it need a new stator and they have on the receipt i just read cam shaft censer and they said something about a cbi and Ive asked around and no one knows what a cbi is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboyffa84 View Post
    ... all they said about the I was it need a new stator and they have on the receipt i just read cam shaft censer and they said something about a cbi and Ive asked around and no one knows what a cbi is?
    CDI is the name used for the ignition control module on the carburetor engine. I imagine they meant EMM when they said CDI.

    CPS is the flywheel crank position sensor (no cams in a 2-stroke engine).

    The CPS can be tested with an ohm-meter. Have a look at the Ficht section from my signature links. The CPS on Virage TXi and Virage i are the same part, so you can compare them.

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    how bout i ship them to you and you fix them for me haha I cant seem to find anyone close to me that wants to even look at them and i dont know what the heck im doing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboyffa84 View Post
    ... I cant seem to find anyone close to me that wants to even look at them and i don't know what the heck I'm doing
    Post up your location.

    Perhaps another GH Polaris member is nearby.

    You might even get an offer from someone to buy them from you as is.

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