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    Newb to the forum

    Just wanted to introduce myself to the forum. I am the owner of a 94 SL750 with 79 hours on it. I bought it last week and came here to learn more about it. The ski runs great and currently doesn't need anything. The guy who I bought it from bought it new in 94 and took amazing care of it. This is my first ski and I am having a blast with it!! If you guys have any tip's for me about this ski feel free to post up. I also just ordered a Clymers Manual for it.





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    Welcome to the Hulk..

    All the manuals and info can be found here>>> Polaris Documentation

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    Welcome to the Hulk!

    As noted, you can get lots of Service Manuals and other info here.

    There is also some useful introductory info here.

    Even though it seems to be running well, the nature of high power 2-stroke engines is that they can seem to be running fine, right up to the instant when they fail. Just because it seems to be running properly, is not enough. You need to check.

    There are a number of important updates and preventative maintenance things that you need to know about. The fuel pump may need upgrading, and the fuel lines should be replaced, including those inside the tank.
    Last edited by K447; 05-01-2009 at 10:14 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Welcome to the Hulk!

    As noted, you can get lots of Service Manuals and other info here.

    There is also some useful introductory info here.

    Even though it seems to be running well, the nature of high power 2-stroke engines is that they can seem to be runnign fine, right up to the instant when they fail. Just because it seems to be running properly, is not enough. You need to check.

    There are a number of important updates and preventative maintenance things that you need to know about. The fuel pump may need upgrading, and the fuel lines should be replaced, including those inside the tank.
    Awesome points! I have a 96SLT that has run perfect since I owned it. The reason is keeping it updated and maintenance tips. I have to say it runs and looks almost new!

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    Welcome to the forum...and that is probably the nicest original SL750 I've ever seen in many years...nice find!

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    dang thats CLEAN !!!!!!!!!!! NICE SKI

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Welcome to the Hulk!

    As noted, you can get lots of Service Manuals and other info here.

    There is also some useful introductory info here.

    Even though it seems to be running well, the nature of high power 2-stroke engines is that they can seem to be runnign fine, right up to the instant when they fail. Just because it seems to be running properly, is not enough. You need to check.

    There are a number of important updates and preventative maintenance things that you need to know about. The fuel pump may need upgrading, and the fuel lines should be replaced, including those inside the tank.
    Just curious to why the fuel lines should be replaced? They look visually great.. Also whats the story on the fuel pump may need upgrading?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32DegH2O View Post
    Welcome to the forum...and that is probably the nicest original SL750 I've ever seen in many years...nice find!
    Quote Originally Posted by dr.ipper View Post
    dang thats CLEAN !!!!!!!!!!! NICE SKI
    Appreciate it guys.. The guy was really anal about the care/maintenance of this ski. It was always covered inside his garage. He also told me he waxed the ski and the trailer 2-3 times a year.

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    Did some searches.. Guess the original pump doesn't supply enough fuel to all 3 carbs as it gets older.

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    The fuel lines leach green goo and colapse.

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