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    If your not doing something, its hard to screw up. stlouisramsfan's Avatar
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    wtb stinger for xll/xlt

    would like a back up plan incase i dont like the riva stinger 3....


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    same as gpr correct, if so pm me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashhard View Post
    same as gpr correct, if so pm me.

    The xlt is... Not sure about the xl

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    Same pipe on the XLL as the XLT and GPR; if you haven't read it yet, here is some info on the ski http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...ight=xll%2Fxlt. Have you rejetted the carbs yet, and installed T handles? The first time you see how easy it is to adjust your highs with the S3 you will love it. Just decide if you are shooting for top speed or more power on your ski; if you are not as worried about that extra 1mph, the S3 is great.

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    If your not doing something, its hard to screw up. stlouisramsfan's Avatar
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    i will send the carbs off this fall... so far i am not all that comfortable how the joints (splices) fit together... seams like they are out of line a little bit....

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    You want everything loose to put on the Stinger. Take the straps off of the waterbox so it will move up and down. Install the lord mount (one of the rubber mounts that came with the S3) on the rear muffler stay, then loosen the two bolts holding the stay to the block until they are almost all the way out.


    Go ahead and pull the rear motor pull mount off of the head, and install the other lord mount. Use Windex on the inside of the large connecting hoses to get them to slide in place during the install (it can be a bitch). Don't forget to get the hose clamps in place BEFORE you put everything together, or you will be slapping yourself on the forehead yelling "Doh!". Get the hoses on, then work the setup onto the lord mounts. Once you get it all in place, make sure the hose clamps are all tightened down (but not too much; you can bend the aluminum with the clamps if you get carried away), then put the waterbox straps back on and tighten up the bolts that you loosened. Just takes a little patience and thinking your way through.

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