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Old 09-29-2012, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking for anyone who has, or may know, of an electric start kit for my 2004 XC SP Edge 800. Polaris does not sell the kit anymore and they say I need to "piece" it together (clutch, battery box, cables, starter...etc.) I am also looking for install instructions for it with part numbers. I have found instructions on this site for a 2002 XC 800, but I am unsure if they are the same for a 2004. Thank you and ride safe!
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Old 09-29-2012, 01:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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should be pretty much the same instructions
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That's what I was thinking....parts are the same as well...except for the clutch....I want to make sure I have the right clutch and ring.
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e.s clutch should be the same (but part #'s may differ in the listings)
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I just did exactly that on my 05 700 xc sp. the kit is no longer available so I had to piece it together from a few sources, rough total cost so far is about $800 incl all misc nuts, parts listed on diagrams, clutch swap and ring gear and clutch holder and pulled.

Tomorrow I'll try to post the instructions I used which were from an 02 700 which was same for my sled. I'll also find the names of who I ought parts drom


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Thanks for the help.....800 WTF? That is a little steep! To piece together is pricey. Did u buy a whole other cluth with ring gear. That is the only piece I worry about....all the other parts seem standard. I have intructions for a 2002 800 electric start kit #2873877, this is the one they do not make anymore....it does not make sense!!!!!

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Thanks for the help.....800 WTF? That is a little steep! To piece together is pricey. Did u buy a whole other cluth with ring gear. That is the only piece I worry about....all the other parts seem standard. I have intructions for a 2002 800 electric start kit #2873877, this is the one they do not make anymore....it does not make sense!!!!!
Yikes, $800 is nearly 1/3 of the price of the sled. Be better off selling yours and buying the same thing with it already installed....
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