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    Jared of Oklahoma
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    Does anything have to be done to stock carbs if you go w/Ocean Pro Vortexs

    Do I have to re jet or do anything to my stock carbs if I go w/Ocean Pro Vortexs instead of the stock spark arrestors???? any advice is greatly appreciated
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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Some adjustment may be needed as the OP breathe more freely. Ken (owner of OP) has said that you may need to open the high speed adj a 1/4-1/2 turn out. BUT, Polaris supplied bigger jets with the vortex arrestors as a performance kit upgrade. Keddano bought a kit that came with them. Now this was all for 38mm Mikuni SBN carbs. If you're talking Keihin carbs, I don't know anything about those.....

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    On the 38 SBN's the mid jet needs to go up to 102.5's, at least I think it was the mids, Kevin remember what one's we changed?

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    93, what type of pwc do you have?
    If you're making changes to something like a 96 newer domestic, I think you'd have a hard time even measureing the change and doubt you would need to jet.
    If it's something like a 92 SL650 with thst ultra restrictive intake, I'd say a re-jet would probably be mandatory.
    If it's something in the 95 sl 750 area a simple adjustment will probably do the trick.

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    Ahhh 95 SLT750
    I guess you're going pre-mix since you'd be removing the base plate?
    Are you going to remove the chokeplates and go with a primer?
    If you go pre-mix, change the intake and remove the plates, it's important to check piston wash.
    What are your plans??

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    Jared of Oklahoma
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    it is a 94 SLT 750

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    I think I am going to leave it oil injected for now. it has already had a primer kit installed. thanks for your help

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    Here's the link to the OP F/A instructions from Polaris

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...t=22278&page=3

    It included 102.5 Main Jets in the kit to replace the stock ones.

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