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    2004 Polaris MSX 150 part out

    Complete ski parting out. Ski is scheduled to be stripped next week. I figured I'd come to you guys first before it goes on eBay. Let me know what you need. Make an offer if you wish

    Updated oil tank is available.

    Here is a list of parts and prices so far. Ill keep it updated

    Fuel Injectors SOLD
    Turbo $500.00
    Oil Pump $50.00
    Fuel Pump $125.00
    ECU $200.00
    Jet Pump $200.00
    Guage $100.00
    Oil Tank $375.00
    Head Cover $35.00
    Head $250.00
    Balance Shaft $110.00
    crank $275.00
    Crank Case $250.00
    Main Relay $40.00
    Intercooler $190.00
    Heat Exchanger $135.00
    piston $110.00
    Piston $110.00
    Voltage Rgulator $50.00
    Starter Solenoid $35.00
    Bearing Assembly $35.00
    Stator $90.00
    Coolant Bottle $15.00
    Ignition Coil $40.00
    Ignition Coil $40.00
    Throttle Body $110.00
    Air Box $15.00
    Steering Nossle Reverse Gate $80.00
    Oil Cooler $110.00
    Intake Manifold $75.00
    Drive shaft $75.00
    Cylinders $325.00
    Mount Branket $20.00
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    If it is available and it works, do you have any idea if the MSX150 ECU works in a MSX110? If you can let me know the part number on it I can compare it to mine. How much would you ask for the ECU?

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    I dont think they are interchangeable. They have different air/fuel ratios and boost on the turbo for starters

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    They are the same ECU... but as Sweetcoupe said... they have different programming between the 110 and 150.

    Per Desperado... ECU Guru
    Quote Originally Posted by Desperado
    ECU calibration:
    Boost map:
    - MSX110 tops at 11psi @ 7,000rpm , then boost decreases gradually between 7,000rpm to 7,500rpm.
    - MSX150 tops at 14.5psi @ 7,250rpm, then boost decreases gradually between 7,250rpm to 7,500rpm, then decreases more aggressively between 7,500rpm to 8,000rpm.
    Fuel maps: MSX110 fuel calibration is richer across the entire 4,000rpm to 7,500rpm range. Low speed fuel calibration is fairly similar for both skis.
    Air temperature compensation maps: calibration is different from one ski to the other. This has to do with the different efficiency rating of both intercoolers.
    Pedal Position versus load reference values: throttle flipper to ETB movement is calibrated differently from one ski to the other. There is no difference from 70% throttle to 100% (wot) on the MSX110. The MSX150 utilizes the remaining 30% throttle flipper movement (however, not fully linear to ETB movement).
    BUT... if you get an ECU, intercooler, hard-pipe with BOV, and impeller from a 150.... BAM! You gotta MSX 150!

    Cheers!

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    How much for the upgraded oil tank and rollover tank?

    These don't come up used very often at all.

    Cheers!

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    Thanks for the extra info ripcuda! I didn't think it would work

    Honestly I paid around $450 for it from weberpower with shipping. While waiting for it I looked around at the prices people were getting for parts and realized if this wasn't my only issue that's what I was gonna do. I installed it then the ski would fire even though it did with the old tank. I'm sure it was something simple but the money was talking in my head. Lol

    So the tank has no hours on it was just filled with fresh oil. I'd like to get $375 plus actual shipping cost for starters

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    What would you want for the ride plate shipped. What was the production date of the ski,There is a tag on the inside left of the ski with a bar code.

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    I can do 50 bucks shipped if I can get it off. Ill look for the barcode how do I determine the date from it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetcoupe View Post
    Honestly I paid around $450 for it from weberpower with shipping. While waiting for it I looked around at the prices people were getting for parts and realized if this wasn't my only issue that's what I was gonna do. I installed it then the ski would fire even though it did with the old tank. I'm sure it was something simple but the money was talking in my head. So the tank has no hours on it was just filled with fresh oil. I'd like to get $375 plus actual shipping cost for starters
    Sounds fair. Anyone who doesn't have this for their 110/150... should really consider it.

    Here's a pick of the full kit to help you remember all the pieces (hoses, banjo bolt, bracket, hardware). The oil tank and rollover tank are only $180 new... it's all the extra pieces that make the upgrade kit $$.

    Cheers!

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetcoupe View Post
    I can do 50 bucks shipped if I can get it off. Ill look for the barcode how do I determine the date from it?
    It will have a date on it.

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