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    2000 Virage TX Triple piper w/ extras

    Debating selling my Virage still this season (buying a house this month and won't be on the lake anymore). Just putting a feeler out there to see if anyone is interested...

    2000 Virage TX with 85hrs (new rings at 60)
    Polaris triple pipes
    48mm Full Spectrum carbs
    Ported Hot Seat intakes
    Ported cylinders
    Hot Seat Domes
    Polaris flame arrestors
    Tweaked Nu-Jet 707 impeller
    Ocean Pro ride plate
    CDI by Watcon (limited curve)

    Probably a few other things I forgot...Ski has gone 69 [email protected] with stock 4* wedge. Also will include a 6 wedge that will probably get another mph. Engine has been dead nuts reliable...finally got the drive line issues worked out...turned out to be a bad bonded coupler. Now has the solid piece in there. Ski is in excellent shape..No scratches above the waterline that I can see. Always stored indoors, and never left in the water.

    Would be looking for $4750 as it sits, $4250 with stock carbs. Includes a Shoreland'r single place trailer, good shape, new bearings and tires.
    Last edited by PolarisNut; 08-13-2008 at 07:56 AM. Reason: Lowered price


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    sold! ...thought I'd keep it in the family!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetskiMN View Post
    sold!
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    The real question,What's your next Project?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    The real question,What's your next Project?
    Weeeelll, if you see my sig and see how the years/models increase, I guess that would make my next thing to be a MSX/Matrix Nah, just going to stay with the Virage as being my top dog but I do have some plans for it over the winter to hopefully see if I can get it over that 70mph mark...Brad says he has gotten it to just over 69mph so I don't think it will be to hard. I will need to send the CDI back to Randy to have him move the rev. limiter up just a tad.

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