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    What speeds are you getting from your tripple pipers?

    I've lost track and was wondering where everyone is standing. I know Beer, starflight, rodney, xlint, keddano and there are prob many more with 1200s and 1050s. Anyone who is running triples tell us what you have and how fast it moves.


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    1995 SLT 785 62ish still tuning it should have 65 in her if I loosen it up.

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    2000 Pro 1200

    73.8? MPH CrazyA would know the exact #

    Trued & welded Full Circle crank
    Ported cylinders
    Stuffed & ported cases
    Superstock heads (200PSI)
    Polaris One Piece Head Cover
    46mm NOVI's
    Polaris Race Team Triple Pipes (powder coated "silver vein hammerite")
    Superstock CDI
    V-Force reeds
    K&N cone filters
    HotSeat waterbox
    HotSeat sponsons
    Polaris Factory billet steering system
    Carbon fiber hood
    Jetrim seat cover
    WatCon rideplate
    R&D grate
    8* Wedge
    R-Pot lever actuated trim tabs

    Turning a Nu-Jet 7.5 @ 7750-7800rpm or a Skat-Trak 17/25 Longblade Swirl @ 8000rpm....
    Yes I know it is dirty. Sorry it is an old picture.


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    My 1200 SLX with the race pipes was right at 70-71 @ 7600 when it was together......This was with 44mm carbs and every bolt-on imaginable with stock porting....

    My first runs with the detuned motor in my carbon fiber GSX were only in the 65-66 range but that was the first dry run (not tuned, low compression heads, lots of needed hull work, prop pitching ,etc......I am expecting it to be into the low 70's with fierce acceleration once all is said and done...

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    I should be able to smoke beers slt! I'm hoping to get a gps unit for xmas, and I'll have some #s this spring, unless santa brings me a wetsuit too.
    Just kidding Steve!

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    This is A great question...Who has the fastest Polaris?

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    I am triple piping 1 of my Pro1200's over the winter and was wondering what kind of top speed I should expect? I am also adding V-Force reeds, jetting the carbs and reprograming the cdi.

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    gps

    the virage with triple pipes,carbon tech petals,tau ceti f/a's,92 oct domes and cdi,ocean pro plate,6 wedge ran 67.8 gps last time out,all other parts were stock or massaged stock parts.
    the pro is going to make some runs with a stock 7.0 prop and 6 vane instead of the 17/22 8 vane setup.will reinstall the stock nozzle setup with trim and a 5 wedge.expecting it to be 69-70 ish

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    My recently purchased Virage TX was claimed to have gone 69.4mph by previous owner. I rode it just once before tearing it all down and got it going only 67.4mph. After taking it apart, I came across a number of issues so 69+ was not unreasonable for me to believe that it once reached that speed. Over the winter I am redoing everything and I hope to get it running 71-72mph by the time I'm done...we'll see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 800AMSOIL4U View Post
    2000 Pro 1200

    73.8? MPH CrazyA would know the exact #
    74.9 mph was the best ever I could pilot that beast to!!! That was turning a 7.5 Nu-Jet @ 7,750 - 7,850rpm




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