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    SBT now has ignition parts.

    Go on SBTs website and check it out. They now carry all of the Polaris ignition parts. Stators, cdis, coils and wires.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Go on SBTs website and check it out. They now carry all of the Polaris ignition parts. Stators, cdis, coils and wires.
    Good news they are only 20 minutes from my house. Do you know why they are starting to carry more Polaris parts?

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    Because you cant get them from polaris any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Go on SBTs website and check it out. They now carry all of the Polaris ignition parts. Stators, cdis, coils and wires.
    When people buy these ignition parts from SBT, please post here exactly what you get.

    It looks like these are genuine PVL made parts, same as Polaris used for their OEM and Ignition System Update Kits.

    I would be happier if SBT added more technical details under each CDI such as engine size (cc), flywheel base timing (High Start or regular) and stator housing grommet shape (U style or older through-hole style).

    Showing the CDI ignition timing curves would be really nice.

    A much bigger and more detailed product photo would be helpful too. This is the current full sized image, as shown on my iPad.

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    I just posted this over at PWC today for Tom.

    http://www.pwctoday.com/showthread.p...94#post3986694

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    Excellent!!! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, SBT.

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    Right On!!!

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    polaris cdi

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    Right On!!!
    http://www.pwctoday.com/showthread.p...94#post3986694

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rat Rod View Post
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    Right On!!!
    Good Information (thanks for asking him Bryan)

    http://www.pwctoday.com/showthread.p...94#post3986694
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    As long as you check timing and adjust it as needed you will have no issues. I have used many 1200 cdi and stators with different 1050 flywheels they do work, so do the 700 flywheels, you just have to re-adjust the timing. We will not make all the different cdi's, Currently the ones we have are the 2000 and up virage replacement, the pro 1200/genesis/tx etc. When used with the updated stator the older 2 cylinder 700 will use the virage cdi and the new coil. I will answer other questions as you guys come across them. I will post the O.E part numbers of the stators two, this is all still a work in process and will take a little time to get every scenario and configuration covered, so work with me and have patients and we will continue to keep the Polaris machines alive. I will post the cdi o.e numbers too
    Tom
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    Excellent..

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