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Old 10-31-2016, 05:15 PM   #391 (permalink)
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Its either a purple or gray wire coming out of the CDI that gets grounded for a second and will temporarily kill the engine and switch to reverse. There is one more function on the wire for high altitude settings if I remember correctly. I don't have all my data handy right now but I think you hold that wire on ground for 3 seconds. You will also need a reverse helix.
Reverse works already with the dragon switch momentarily switched to ground. I'm looking to make the reverse light in the tach work. Also what wire do I tap into at the cdi to make the temp light work also?

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Old 10-31-2016, 07:19 PM   #392 (permalink)
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After doing a little more research I found a pinout for the 600ho cdi chassis connector. The answer to all of your aux. wiring connections. Remember all connections at this cdi chassis plug are grounds when activated by cdi, unless specified in the pinout diagram.

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Old 10-31-2016, 09:27 PM   #393 (permalink)
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After doing a little more research I found a pinout for the 600ho cdi chassis connector. The answer to all of your aux. wiring connections. Remember all connections at this cdi chassis plug are grounds when activated by cdi, unless specified in the pinout diagram.

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The picture above is a pinout for the cfi ecu which shows Reverse, temp indicator outputs. This pic below is for the 600 HO.

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Old 11-22-2017, 10:52 AM   #394 (permalink)
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Here you go. 1/2" thick spacers between the motor and the straps and .340" worth of shim and washer between the motor mount and the strap. .340" is a 1/4" thick shim and a .090" washer.

The 1/2" spacer is Polaris Part # 5135153

The .090" washer is Polaris Part # 7555915

The 1/4" shim you will have to make yourself, I don't know if there is a Polaris part # for this.

I ordered this Polaris washer 7555915 that is supposed to be .090" but what I received is .072". I also called the local dealer who had these in stock, measured and came up with the same .072" thickness.
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Old 10-04-2018, 12:21 AM   #395 (permalink)
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The picture above is a pinout for the cfi ecu which shows Reverse, temp indicator outputs. This pic below is for the 600 HO.

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I know this post is old but for any reading...There may not actually be a bulb in the tach for either light. You may have to add one.
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Old 11-14-2018, 09:45 PM   #396 (permalink)
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Hey there, had a quick question that I couldnt quite find through the forumns/threads, Ive read all through this IQ conversion thread but most of the swaps have to do with the 05-08 IQR chassis, Im putting a VES 600 from an 01 xc in my 2009 IQR600 chassis, Ive got all the neccessities to put it in (spacers/pipes/adapters/etc) but was wondering if i could run the 600 ves cooling just as they did with the 600r motor that came in my 09 (I.E use the thermostat blockoff from the iqr600 head ontop the ves head and run the bypass hose from the cooler to the bottom of the head) I have all the plumbing/hoses still setup from the 600r motor and thought, why wouldnt i be able to run it like that? seems like it makes a complete circuit. Any better info would help, and sorry if this has been answered!
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Anyone who still reading through here, ignore my previous post, I was way overthinking it and found the answer, but some useful info for anyone still putting a 600VES into there IQR,

The 09+ Chassis have the second set of holes already drilled and threaded to move the motor mounts over, 600r straps work but the holes will need to be drilled to accomadate the 7/16 motor mount bolts.

The washers that sit under the two motor strap nuts on the 600r measure to the .090"

For 1/4 washers, I found that the washers used on that of a Mazda Miata (90-93) cam gear are exactly 1/8 thick, i had 4 of these washers from a project car and 2 of them stacked adds to 1/4 exact (p/n 99951-1030)

Just finishing up my swap into my 09 and used all the info from this thread and had great success, Cant wait to take er on the first ride!
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Old 12-17-2018, 12:33 PM   #398 (permalink)
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Default 05 iqr 440 trail convert. bogs/backfire after let off throttle

I have an 05 440 i got bought it from a bud that got it on trade. he was told it was trail converted but had no spark so i did my own testing and replaced the stator. it has the red head (low comp head). runs great but once you get on it and then let off it bogs down and sometimes backfires. i am guessing the jets but not to sure? most people recommend 320 main jets and mine has 290 mains could it still be giving to much fuel after i let off?
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