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    1993 SL 750 drive.

    Hey guys,

    Is a 1993 Polaris sl 750 one piece drive with quick trim nozzle worth very much?

    Thanks


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    Very little as people are dumping them for the newer big mouth pumps with the 4 inch extension.
    I'd sell me entire stock in good condition pump assembly for 40 bucks.

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    I take it the 2 piece pumps '94 and after are better? that the one piece?

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    Yes, the 92 & 93 jet pumps were smaller and lasted only 2 years.

    The 94 and newer jet pump lasted the duration of the Polaris line until the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjcapo02 View Post
    I take it the 2 piece pumps '94 and after are better?
    The newer Polaris jet pumps (1994 and later) are not two piece, they are modular;

    Wear ring/mount, extension wear ring (if it is an extended pump), pump stator, and nozzle.

    Each section can be interchanged with another replacement part, and a regular length pump can be made into an extended pump by adding the extension ring.

    Then the steering nozzle, trim nozzle, and reverse bucket.

    The modular pumps are more efficient, and better designed, with more impeller options. The same engine will move your old Polaris PWC faster with a modular pump, and it will be more responsive under acceleration.

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    South of the Boarder we call them 2 piece.

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    Click avatar for tech links/info, donation request K447's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    South of the Boarder we call them 2 piece.
    Ah yes, the two-piece


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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    The newer Polaris jet pumps (1994 and later) are not two piece, they are modular;

    Wear ring/mount, extension wear ring (if it is an extended pump), pump stator, and nozzle.

    Each section can be interchanged with another replacement part, and a regular length pump can be made into an extended pump by adding the extension ring.

    Then the steering nozzle, trim nozzle, and reverse bucket.

    The modular pumps are more efficient, and better designed, with more impeller options. The same engine will move your old Polaris PWC faster with a modular pump, and it will be more responsive under acceleration.
    With the thrust further back of the boat, it will steer or turn better as well.

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