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    Piston? WHAT Piston?!? JGringo's Avatar
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    What NOS system would work on a pumped-up Polaris 780?

    I was looking around and found this pic of a kawasaki 750 with the nos foggers put on top of the air filters of the carbs. But afterlooking around, I can't find any that are specifically for the Polaris models. Which kit will work?



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    well they dont ever have one for a model specifically , they have 2stroke and non 2 stroke , 2cly or 3 cly motor ,

    but its a real drag when its not on the juice , and finding a way 2 get fuel to it and then finding a place for a bottle

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    Acually NOS make one for the 3 cyl. polaris about 1200.00,Looked into it a little,But the problem I see is the proping,How do you prop for 80 Hp and 120-130.If you set-up for one the other would suk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    Acually NOS make one for the 3 cyl. polaris about 1200.00,Looked into it a little,But the problem I see is the proping,How do you prop for 80 Hp and 120-130.If you set-up for one the other would suk.

    the median on 120 hp stock is kinda nice 2 pick from

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Piston? WHAT Piston?!? JGringo's Avatar
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    Anyone know if it can wreck your engine?

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    Wankel till I die!! jonjonwells's Avatar
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    Just like any nitrous system, the potential for a ruined engine is there. It is all about proper tuning. A properly tuned system should run without much or any more wear than normal operation. Of course, the bigger the gain, the more strain is put on your engine. An engine that only came with 90 HP, suddenly running at 140 per say, is going to go out quicker, without supporting mods.

    My suggestion, If you havn't dealt with nitrous before, is to read everything you can find on the net about it. There is alot of really good information out there.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    The biggest problem is the impeller size. If you prop it for the nos, it'll be a pig without it. If you prop it for no nos, then it'll rev super high when it's applied. Something to think about.

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