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    MFD adaptor part number

    Hello, anyone know the part number for the 12pin to 8pin MFD? Randy mentioned that Ph2o might know it, or be able to get it?

    Thanks for all the help,

    Kyle


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    Call 818-352-2491 and Talk to Abby about an 8-pin plug.

    You can re-pin the plug for a lot less than the $80 adapter.

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    oregon, the part number for the adaptor is 2460772 if you want one contact any dealer to order one from Polaris, they are in stock.
    I think (don't quote me on this) Randy can order them for you as well.

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    I checked, I don't have anymore.

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    Al, the pin swap is just as good as the $80 adapter. ($10-20)
    9 skis and counting can't be wrong.

    The only caution is that some of the SLX's used a 6rpm (quick)trim. So that would be a consideration when converting to an 8-pin mfd.

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    I only gave him the information he asked for.
    Some also don't like to alter the wiring harness and the connector is just plug and play.

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    I understand.
    I just want to offer a less expensive alternative.

    Most of the pm's I get are from folks like me. Either cheap or broke.
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    Thanks for the info. I really like/prefer the idea of keeping my harness as it is. I am also deathly afraid of electrical stuff, and screwing it up. What does the re-pin consist of? How hard is it to do? I kind of think the adapter, though expensive, might be more my speed...

    Thanks a lot for all the help,

    KW

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    You should get a new connector assembly with the pins.
    You cut the old wires off the connector (leave a little room if you decide to install it again later).
    Strip the about 1/4 inch
    Solder the tips to the exposed wire
    Install into connector assembly in their new locations.

    One other advantage to the adaptor is the ability to swap MFD's without the wiring/connector mods.
    I was going to order up some 8 and 12 pin connectors and make up some cables as I hear even the new MFD's are going to be the 12 pin.

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    Thanks for the info. As much as that doesn't sound too difficult, don't think I want to mess with that. Sounds like you custom make them then? Any plans/thoughts on making a few up in the next couple weeks?

    KW

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