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    3 Throttle handles, 780 head, new reeds for a 95 SLX 780

    As title states...


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    John Zigler is the man to talk to.

    If you want performance, I have V Force reeds with low hours for $100 a set. Couple petals are discolored because I had a major piston melt down on that cyl.

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    thanks kev.

    yes, i have everything you want. stock, and boysen reed assy's. new throttle levers, and used complete assy's. good used heads.

    please email, or call if i can help.
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    Will do Zig, I am going to wait till I can get the ski back to my place before I mess with it... which will be this weekend...

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    get fuja fied

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    Quote Originally Posted by TxPro1200 View Post
    get fuja fied
    Dude, don't worry about those throttle levers...just get the one you need for the pro....I owed you one any way.

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    Well the one that's on the SLX now is the one my dad pulled from the Pro, which he had done prior to me getting there Saturday (That's the first time my dad has mechanically touched any of our skis, I think he was excited about riding it!) I'll probably order 2 from John, just so I have a back up...

    But the Pro throttle is quite a big larger...

    So this weekend once I get the ski back home...
    Pull the carbs, get to the reeds and see what I find...
    I'm pretty sure the shark fins got put back pointing towards the bar (dad thinks so too).
    Pull all the heads and check.
    Read how to check the index Easy way?
    Pull thermostat, do I need it?

    and I want to get get fuja fied!

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    I use a dial indicator to get TDC on one cyl. and a caliper to check the other two. When are you working on it? I'm 5 minutes away...I have the tools to do it.

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    Rasta Mon Condoms We Be Jammin!!!!! TxVirageTx's Avatar
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    that sig looks like a polaris armada,couple aircraft carriers,couple battleships,few destroyers,just sink one of those hulls and you'll have a submarine.

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    Brian does have quite a collection... He was drooling all over my Pro that isn't running. He'd probably crap his pants if he rode your little ball of hate!

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