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    Opinions on Ocean Pro Vortex...

    How are these in comparison to other flame arrestors? Looks like they run about $150 new on ebay. Is that an ok deal or are you better off going with adapters and regular cone style ones? Price seemed like it would be close after buying everything.


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    I think they are ok! but you can find deals all the time There is a set of three for the 44 mm right now for 75 also to be safe you should order outerwear's or equivalent to prevent water ingestion any any filter you run Z

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    I prefer to use regular clamp on mounts for 1 reason... you can't easily remove the op's to get to the carb needles.

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    I run them on my Fuji Polaris and I don't have to remove them at all to access screws
    but I agree I am looking for clamp ons for my Yami 1200 for that reason Z

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    On most stock polaris's you will not see very little to no gain, as the stock air box is disigned very well. But, the coolness factor is an A++++++++++++

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    Bing-A-Ding-Ding-Ding, Brrrrrap! Brrrrrrrrrap!!! Polaris_Nut#1's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoostRetard View Post
    How are these in comparison to other flame arrestors? Looks like they run about $150 new on ebay. Is that an ok deal or are you better off going with adapters and regular cone style ones? Price seemed like it would be close after buying everything.
    That's a little pricey. What ski are you working on? A 650, 750 or 780 with the ocean pro's, aftermarket reed petals, and reed spacers make a huge gain in acceleration.
    Last edited by Polaris_Nut#1; 12-19-2007 at 10:00 PM.

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    Two 785's I got from 785 lugs. A 2000 and a 1998.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    The stock 44mm F/A's are fine. You won't see much of an improvement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    The stock 44mm F/A's are fine. You won't see much of an improvement.
    Yeah, I have never even see them on a Pro everybody goes with the cone style or the stocker.

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