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Old 02-28-2008, 08:54 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I am using a kit that I found from a guy in Northern MN. I found him on this site. I wanted to keep my original stock parts and for 1300, he sent me cylinders, valves, head, pistons. I had to get my own gasket set. I thought it was a good deal since I didn't have to send out my stock parts anywhere. Unfortunately, UPS dropped the package in shipping and I had the bottom skirt of the piston and cylinder break off. I called Mark up and he understood and between the 2 of us we worked it out. I can give you his info if you would like it. I am not sure if he still does it or not.[/b]
Thanks for the info but I am not ready to do it just yet. Still might just build my own with my own parts. That way, I know what I got.
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Old 02-28-2008, 09:04 AM   #12 (permalink)
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ya im pulling over 150 with my twin pipes 660 and tis flies. i beat machz and turbo apexes to 85 with it.
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Old 02-28-2008, 01:03 PM   #13 (permalink)
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I am using a kit that I found from a guy in Northern MN. I found him on this site. I wanted to keep my original stock parts and for 1300, he sent me cylinders, valves, head, pistons. I had to get my own gasket set. I thought it was a good deal since I didn't have to send out my stock parts anywhere. Unfortunately, UPS dropped the package in shipping and I had the bottom skirt of the piston and cylinder break off. I called Mark up and he understood and between the 2 of us we worked it out. I can give you his info if you would like it. I am not sure if he still does it or not.[/b]
did you get your crankcase machined? also, wondering if you still have that guys number.
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Old 02-28-2008, 01:14 PM   #14 (permalink)
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did you get your crankcase machined? also, wondering if you still have that guys number.[/b]

thats the same thing im wondering... are you using just the stock case or what???
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WHAT THE F? What was that comment for? I was simply asking, why wouldn't you just buy a larger sled if that is what you wanted? I am not going to buy a Sportsman 90 and bore it out to beat an 800. Seems Bass Ackwards if you ask me?
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Yep,
I am using the stock cases from the 06 fusion 600 HO. Fennz, I know what you mean, but I have always wanted to try a 660. Also, if polaris would make a carb 700 or 800, I would have probably bought one.
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I am using the stock cases from the 06 fusion 600 HO. Fennz, I know what you mean, but I have always wanted to try a 660. Also, if polaris would make a carb 700 or 800, I would have probably bought one.[/b]

im curious on how a stock case works in this application... More info needed... what pistons are you running???
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A 600 is what it is.[/b]
Fennsz, it's either in you or it's not. It's a good feeling to have a giant killer, sleeper, Illinois stock, call it what ever you want. You either understand or you don't, and thats not meant to be a smart azz comment.
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Old 02-28-2008, 08:17 PM   #19 (permalink)
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I love taken smaller sleds and beating up on the big boys.I modify everything I have.
If i had a iq 800 I would still do the same things.Some people don't understand the gear heads,lol
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The pistons are stock 700 pistons.
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