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    Super Clean !! polaris SL 750

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    Did you buy that?

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    Rebuilt the carbs & added a triple fuel pump on this bad boy

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Did you buy that?
    Nah, but I would. I was out at the lake back in summer on my X2 and this ski wouldn't go over 20 mph bogging & blubbering. So I offered to fix it for him. This ski was like brand new garage kept. I cleaned & rebuilt the carbs also added a triple output fuel pump. She ran like a champ afterwards !!! Thought I would share since this ski was so NICE !

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    There is a very nice looking '94 SL-750 for sale on Dallas CL right now.

    http://dallas.craigslist.org/ndf/boa/4775297644.html


    Quote Originally Posted by kensmith View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BryanP View Post
    Did you buy that?
    Nah, but I would. I was out at the lake back in summer on my X2 and this ski wouldn't go over 20 mph bogging & blubbering. So I offered to fix it for him. This ski was like brand new garage kept. I cleaned & rebuilt the carbs also added a triple output fuel pump. She ran like a champ afterwards !!! Thought I would share since this ski was so NICE !

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    This is in Waco, picture's kind of small but it looks pretty clean too. Neither look as nice as the SL in the water, but just so you know.

    http://waco.craigslist.org/boa/4754860780.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by onedollar View Post
    This is in Waco, picture's kind of small but it looks pretty clean too. Neither look as nice as the SL in the water, but just so you know.




    http://waco.craigslist.org/boa/4754860780.html
    Damn !! That is purdy nice !

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    Another survivor! Looks good.

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    Anybody know how many were actually built?

    The 1994 SL-750 had to have been the most produced Polaris PWC. No matter what city's CL ads I look at there is always at least one '94 SL-750. And they come in all conditions, from mint to junk. Does anyone have production figures for Polaris PWC's?


    Quote Originally Posted by Kerminator View Post
    Another survivor! Looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onedollar View Post
    The 1994 SL-750 had to have been the most produced Polaris PWC. No matter what city's CL ads I look at there is always at least one '94 SL-750. And they come in all conditions, from mint to junk. Does anyone have production figures for Polaris PWC's?
    ... followed closely by the '94 SLT 750. Must have made a million of these!

    I read somewhere 1996 was the zenith of PWC sales. I too am curious of known Polaris production numbers.

    Cheers!

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