03-20-2011, 10:29 AM #1
WTB: Polaris MFD 2000 SLX1200 (12 pin I think it is but I'l have to double check)
Title says it all, I had to unplug mine to get the ski to go out of limp mode, it has water inside of it so I think it's toast. I seem to remember it being a 12 pin version when I unplugged it but I could be mistaken. In any event let me know any you have as I think they pretty much all will work, even the 8 pin ones if I can find an adapter.
03-20-2011, 05:55 PM #2
Come on somebody's got to have a spare one from an old sl780 etc... I'll take 8 or 12 pin anything I can make work. I'll even take a good priced newer (and more readily accessible) MFI from a virage etc I can make it work. I just want to be able to keep a check on gas and oil levels, gas very important not to run out while out in the middle of a lake! LOL.
Let me know!
03-20-2011, 06:33 PM #3
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Many folks don't check in with GH every day, and not everybody looks at the Classifieds every time they check in.
Good working condition MFD are thin on the ground, so it may take some time and some hunting to find one.
Have you looked through the Classifieds on here for parted out machines? Checked eBay?
Spring is around the corner, so more MFD units will show up as demand rises. Prices may also rise with demand, so keep a sharp eye out.
03-20-2011, 06:35 PM #4
Yeah I've sent 3 pms already about MFD's, prices on ebay are rediculous at the moment unfortunatly... Still allowing mine to dry out and let's see if it still has any life in it!
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