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    96 Cane, dry piped, stator problems

    I bought a 96 cane last summer. Had the local polaris dealer go through it and said it was a very hot sled. Motor is built, dry pipes added, oiler removed and he said the rebuild was fresh. I took it out and wow, fast machine, quick out of the hole but a couple of face plants made me realize it turns on a dime.
    Anyway, I know about the porpoising(sp) problem and have noticed ride plate extensions and someone adding sponsons. I am looking for the best suggestion to tone it down a bit.
    Also, I just blew my second stator with the last one costing $450 to replace through a polaris mechanic. It seems anytime some wire touches something it shouldn't, boom, there it goes. Last time the drive shaft was rubbing on a battering cable and this time, the battery cable was rubbing against the engine.
    So I need to know the best source for a stator and I thought I read something on the board about an upgrade for the stator.
    So what is the best fix for the porpoising and how do I get it and what is the best place to get a stator. I am pretty mechanical and have now been watching the boards and ordered a manual so think I can do it. Just need to know the parts.
    I am also thinking of a complete strip and paint (Yes, read those threads too) any suggestions?

    Thanks for all the help


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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jm43654 View Post
    Motor is built, dry pipes added, oiler removed and he said the rebuild was fresh.
    Are you saying you have twin pipes or a single pipe?

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    Single pipe

    It has a single pipe, sounds amazingly throaty but it's a single. Runs 142 compression in one cylinder, 141 in the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jm43654 View Post
    It has a single pipe, sounds amazingly throaty but it's a single. Runs 142 compression in one cylinder, 141 in the other.
    It's a dry single pipe for a 700? Whats it turn RPM wise?

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