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    WTB SBT piston 0.50 for 1994 SL 750

    Want to buy or Where can I buy a MAG piston for a 1994 Polaris 750, has to be SBT 0.50, becuase that's what I have on the other 2 cylinders. It can be used or new, I just can't seem to find it anywehre else other than the SBT site, and I don't know if I wanna spend $95 + shipping + tax(I live in FL).

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    Stormdlp


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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    You won't find much SBT parts here, Most of the guys don't deal with them,Get a weight on one of the good pistons,and someone can check the weight on a WSM or stock polaris piston.If it's close you can run it. The best way to run a different weight piston would be to put it in the center position.

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    www.springbreak-florida.com rgard32's Avatar
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    get the WSM platinum....there the same

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    a friend told me these polaris dont care what is installed

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 97sltx1050 View Post
    a friend told me these polaris dont care what is installed
    Don't listen to your FRIEND. He doesn't like you with advice like that....

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    it was the sharps family he said he installed a totally different pistons in a sled and never had any problem .

    i guess he wanted to sell me a kit afterwards
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    Quote Originally Posted by 97sltx1050 View Post
    it was the sharps family he said he installed a totally different pistons in a sled and never had any problem .

    i guess he wanted to sell me a kit afterwards
    If you're going to make a statement like that about someone, how about including the entire conversation.... like all the technical parts.

    I've had the same conversation with many people about this exact topic and.... ahh, nevermind.

    Hey 97sltx1050... how much does a standard sheet of 8 1/2 X 11 paper weigh?

    m

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    ehhh , i cant really recall what he said he did it in i think it was a sled tho since the displacements were something i didnt recall for being any kinda pwc motor 650,750,780,900,1050,1200 , i think he said a 400 or something or othere ,

    but ya i was just calling around before when i had 2-.25 and 1-.50 over pistons i asked him he told me "ehh those polaris they dont really care what you run in them " but dont get me wrong i believe it can work but for best performance those pistons need to be 1-2 grams difference ,

    im not going to qoute him either becuase i cant even remember his name but i called sharps marine spoke with the lady thats on the answering machine normally then she handed the phone off to some guy ,

    but no art i dont know , 1-3 grams ?

    but bottom line it would work but for best performance you would wanna keep those pistons the same in any way they can be ,

    he also told me it is scary on how much the grams can be off from piston to piston , but im sorry i shouldnt have brought up a personal discusion with a vendor and have there name on the line or make them look foolish
    Last edited by Bone1050; 06-25-2008 at 06:54 AM.

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    lol, didn't mean to start an arguement/off topic, but I already ordered an SBT one from SBT on the 23rd, it will be here today. I also ordered the 3 outlet pump, it will, be here friday(27th). Can't wait to get this thing up and going again.

    Please chec out my other post and give me some tips or hints.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=62269


    Thanks guys,
    Stormdlp

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    oh no me and art are pretty good friends/aquantices ,

    but if this piston is any bigger bore than the otheres it might be wise to line it up on the pto ( the one towards the back ) if possible or not to much of a pain in the ass , - guys might wanna either back me up or shoot me down on this one , this another friend telling me this but i dont wanna play name tag anymore

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