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polaris indy 650, question about triple pipes

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Old 12-25-2007
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Default polaris indy 650, question about triple pipes

I have been searching high and low for a set of triple pipes for my 1990 indy 650 project. The only ones i have found people seem to want $300-$400 for them. I would like to get a set that dosen't require me to turn the motor more than 9200 RPM'S because i am woried about reliability. I have heard from a few people that a set of pipes REALLY wake up these old triples.


P.S. does anybody recognize these pipes? I ahd a guy message me with these pipes for sale but he says they have no markings. i figured maybe somebody might recognize this set-up......thanks for the help and to THE HOG for refering me to this site.
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Keep your eyes open on ebay and other forums, deals are out there. Definitely dont pay 3 or 4 hundred for a set. Most will require you to spin it over 9000rpm, PSI are the only ones that dont. I wouldnt worry about spinning it over 9000 grand, as long as you tune it accordingly they are good realiable motors. We have one with over 4000 trouble free piped miles and it was spin at 10200rpm some of that time.

As for those pipes thats a hot topic. I have a set just like them but I have no idea what kind they are. Some say they are SLP but I am 99% sure they arent. I have never seen a SLP pipe that has such an ugly fit and finish like that. I also have a set of SLPs and they look nothing like those.

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I can't help you with the pipes but I wanted to say welcome to the site.

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Old 12-26-2007
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They look like the SLP's for the 97 XLT with the one silencer. I should have them on my sled, but I was able to make an older style with the 3 small glass packs fit no problem. If you go to the SLP website you can down load the install instructions and it has the pictures. You'll recognize them right away. They had a couple different sets for the XLT's. Should be about 28 hp on an XLT. I don't know if you can make them work on a 650. I'm not sure I'd try it.
I used the older and newer installation instructions when I put my pipes on. The old directions said to take a hole-saw and cut holes in the plastic up front where the nose cone is to let fresh air in to keep them cool. The newer directions didn't even mention it. I'm all for more cold air in there.
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Old 11-06-2009
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hey i was wordering if anyone was selling 650 rxl triple pipes
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To be perfectly honest, those are not 650 pipes. I've seen every brand name 650 pipe out there and I cannot place these. I cannot place those pipes for the life of me. But I keep coming back to the stock pipes off of a XCR 600 SP for some reason.
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I have the same pipes on my 650 BB. I asked Irondog about them he said they are SLP pipes. He has been building performance sleds for over 30 years so he probally knows.
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