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Old 12-08-2011
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Im new with sleds, could somebody tell me how to install ignition coils on a 96 polaris indy xcr 600?

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they should be mounted under the carbs 2 bolts each prolly like a 7mm or 8mm.
easiest would be pull air box pull carbs and swap what you need.
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You can do it with the carbs on, but it's a real pain in the rear with them in the way. Much easier to just remove them.
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they should be mounted under the carbs 2 bolts each prolly like a 7mm or 8mm.
easiest would be pull air box pull carbs and swap what you need.
Thanks Ill Give it a try.
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