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    Sled Part X-Over

    What sled parts fit fuji's. Reeds Intakes etc....
    I want to get some gas actuated exhaust valves for the Pro785. I will modify if required.


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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    What sled parts fit fuji's. Reeds Intakes etc....
    I want to get some gas actuated exhaust valves for the Pro785. I will modify if required.
    The exhaust valves do not crossover as far as "bolt and go."

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    Something close will do. I know a guy the works at a machine shop.

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    Polaris RMK 800.

    If you want to hold on to your britches, Marky-Mark is going to be redoing his Pro 785. At that time we can examine, disect, butcher and build. He's running the gas-valves and we will have full access to his!!!

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    Actually, let me talk to him. I might be able to talk him into to pulling one out and stuffing a rag in the hole so you can go to work. And by the way, the gas valves are the way to go if you can get some.
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    CRAZYA ,are those Hotseat valves . i have two sets of Randy's and one set of early Hotseat valves to look at if needed
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    Those came from Randy.
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    Are these considered gas valves? It's just an umbrella with a spring forcing them down.
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    Yes. "Gas valves" is just a term for valves that work off of exhaust pressure to accuate as opposed to like a set of cables and a servo motor.

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    Nice post! Very informative.

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