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My Polaris Indy 650 Project/MOD sled!

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Old 01-20-2012
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Default My Polaris Indy 650 Project/MOD sled!

I paid 250 bucks for this beauty! She needs some work but it'll be a fun project! here is a video of it!
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great fixer upper!! after all these years a wedge is still very pretty all shined up!
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What a tease! I wanted to hear that triple run. I hope you have an airbox or some other plan for covering up those carb inlets. Pod filters work, but I bet they're a pain to jet for. Don't get to crazy riding it around with those bare carbs. You could burn it down.

Make sure your brake caliper is clean and moves freely. I don't remember which sled it was, but I had a lot of trouble getting the brake to work after having it apart. I think I ended up sticking a piece of fuel line on the bleeder nipple and then submerging that hose in a cup of brake fluid. Then I pumped the lever 5,000 times and it finally got the system working.
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