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    Tripple Pipes - $800 in SC

    These ARE NOT MINE - I found them while searching the country for parts.
    Sounds like a good deal...

    http://columbia.craigslist.org/boa/2462864375.html


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    Those belong to screaminslx, and if I had the money they would be on my slx! Adam is an excellent seller!

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    will they fit a 99 1050 slx? id love to have some also just dont know if i got that kind of cash to blow. LOL

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    they'd fit,you'll lose the oil injection and the front storage tray.

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    How much work would it be to put these on pro1200? Would these make the pro more finickey?? Reliable?? We ride our pro1200 real hard, turning fast, spinning out, jumping waves and etc. Will the pipes crack or hoses come off while riding the skis hard?? This is somthing I have been wanting to do to 1 of my 1200's for a long time I have just been nervious about all the things I listed about, most of all the reliabuilty. Both of my pro1200s have been great to me for years, always start and run like a top, I have never had any major problems. But I am always wanting more power. I do NOT want to have to run race fuel I always use the top teir preimum fuel in my skis and costs enough could not imagine what it would cost to have to run race fuel. We run threw a tank of fuel in 3 hrs. X 2 skis= $90. And we take them out often. 1 more thing is I do not want to have to screw around with carb settings every time I go out.
    Thanks, RiZ

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    Also what could I expect in performance gains if I did pipe my pro? So far The pro has
    V force reeds
    Hot seat high comp. Domes(thx Randy)
    Polaris factory race cdi
    Solas modified impeller(do not get the scII impeller with 6 vain stator, hub is too small)
    3" pump cone spacer(thanks txpro)

    That is all I can think of, oh and I am going to get A couple AAT's real soon. I got A great deal on 2 new AAT's for domestic big polaris. I was told these will really help keeping pump loaded and add a couple mph too, so this is A no brainer.

    Thanks for your imput, RiZ

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