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    opinions on aftermarket flame arrestors

    somewhere down the road i am going to have to replace the flame arestor cover on my 94 sl 750...thinking this might be a good time to just convert to aftermarket ,wondering what might be a reasonable replacement or is sticking with stock the better option?


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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Go with the 780 FA or the Ocean Pro's

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    Stick with stock unless you are making alot of other engine mods.

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    I have a good clean 780 FA here. PM me if you are interested....

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    so does either 780 or the ocean pro make it easier to visually inspect oil /gas lines or adjust carbs without removing everything...also would there need to be any carb adjustments if upgraded to either of the fa 's

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Yes and yes. Usually just an additional 1/2 turn out on the hi's is all that's needed.

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    Any opinions on the K&N F/A's? Like if I could get 3 of them for under $45 brand new?

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    Quote Originally Posted by burtonrider10022 View Post
    Any opinions on the K&N F/A's? Like if I could get 3 of them for under $45 brand new?

    Bump! These are gunna be gone soon! Are these a worthwhile buy over my Ocean Pro F/A's?

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    Not sure about the K&Ns, but not really sure they would do much for you over the OPs. I would stick with the OPs. Where are you seeing the K&Ns for sale as Polaris watercraft replacements?

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    K&N lists them on their website for like $70 a piece or something assinine, I don't remember the part number. But if you go to knfilters.com and look up the ski, and copy-paste that part number to amazon, they are currently on sale for $13 each and they're Prime eligible so they ship free w/ no tax. They were normal price of $7X.XX a week or two ago.

    http://www.knfilters.com/search/prod...x?Prod=59-2030 (application list is at the bottom of the page)

    http://www.amazon.com/59-2030-Person...I3OFB915FYUVAT

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