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WTB: Polaris 700/800 VES pipe or pipes

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Default WTB: Polaris 700/800 VES pipe or pipes

OK the Weapon needs more oomph. I'm looking for a single or twin pipes for a Polaris 700 with VES for an Edge chassis. SLP uses the same pipe for the 700/800. The ProX pipe will not work.

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for the most oomph you'll want the twin pipes, trust me I had em
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But that's high-r oomph. I'm preferring the grunt torque oomph. But I'll take either.
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depends what motor you have. the slp single pipes work ok. if you have the 800 the slp twin pipes are not an every day pull and go setup.
and then ontop of the price of the pipes you have to get there heads for low elevation.

the other thing is that you have an iq engine in an edge body. is anyone going to make a pipe for that? if you look at got muds pics, does that pipe look like it will work?

if you find a model of sled that a pipe you want, I can get a price on some of the slp stuff, and all of the aaen stuff.

before you spend that much money on a pipe, do you want to get the thing setup better? or tune around the pipe?

the single pipes are a good way to go, just put in heavier weights, possible rejetting a little, and your done. they are a very good pull and go pipe. the aaen is going to have a lot more weight loss over the slp.

what pipe is on it now?
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what year engine? body?
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It's an '05 engine madcow, thats still from an edge chassis
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here ya go Bryan:http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/SLP-S...em260213443333
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oh? I was thinking it was a dragon 700?wtf.

aaen 700/800 05 edge twin pipes 12hp gain(you will feel it) 14 lbs lost, $550 shipped, retail is 620 plus shipping
aaen single pipe 5 hp gain, 22 lbs lost, thats a huge weight loss. $360 shipped, retail is 399 plus shipping

for both setups I would run the same gearing that you are going to be changing to once we know what you have. and then we can dial in the rpms with wieghts.

the slp single pipe claims 9 hp and 10 lbs lost, $493 is retail and my price on that would be about $475 shipped. the slp just add a couple grams to the primary clutch to dial in rpms.

I cant get 700 twin pipes from slp through my books.

bang for the buck would be the single aaen pipe at 20+lbs lost over the stock exhaust. 20 lbs lost is a huge difference, the hp and drivability will be the same as the slp single. just set them up and go. no need to rejet every day.
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Default Pipe MFG's

For low elevation I've heard that HTG or Hot Seat are the best place to get pipes from as they are made at the same elevation and most of their tuning is also done in this area(Same with Aaen)

SLP makes good pipes, but they are made and tested at higher elevations which makes them harder to tune at lower elevations

So either browse through the online forum classifieds and find some used HTG or Hot Seat twins (i know they're out there for around $200-$300) or get a new set of Aaens from Madcow

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Wow, are we getting into tuning or what?? Here yah go Weapon man, I have 3 of my SKS700's dialed up with SLP single and can, you seen MX86'r in Rockland, they are a cut above the OEM Poo pipe. I do have the HTG twins on my SKS700 and am working with Madcow on the clutching, getting close. You and I are both tip the scales in the wrong direction, so we have to overcome it with some other type of bolt on, and not in our mid section!!! Bottom line, I really believe that all the aftermarket single pipes are very close in results, when you get into twin pipes, first of all you need to know they are worse than a woman, and I mean finicky to temperature!! If you don't want to "re-jet" for a 10 degree swing in temps, then go the single pipe route, and clutch it to spec's. Of course the twin pipes will give you that "triple pipe" sound (fuck off UltraA$$), and maybe some more top end, but where you racing, Chicago to Michigan?? I would opt for the Single pipe/can combo as well, and clutch with maybe a slight gear modification
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I'm really leaning towards the single pipe. It was just if I found a set of twins I'd go for it.

What makes a set of twin pipes more finicky on a twin than a set of triple pipes on a triple? Is it becuase there is more CC per pipe than on triples?
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I know it may be hard for some of you to imagine this after riding with me, but last year I bolted on the pipes, changed weights/springs and went to 210 jets(Keihin) and never changed that set up. Never worried about plugs and it ran great all the time i had it set up like that. Give a little performance on the warm days and the rest of the time she should still go pretty good
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bryan i think it has to do with back pressure. the single has both cylinders blowing into the same pipe, so the back pressure is pretty much the same for each cylinder so if the jetting is off it's not as noticeable. where as the twins each cylinder is blowing into it's own pipe, therefore if one cylinder is to rich or lean it would affect the overall performance of the engine and when the jetting is off it's much more noticeable.
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I know that, what I'm asking is why twins on a twin are more finicky than triples on a triple?
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3 cylinders vs 2 ;)

1 cylinders jetting is off you still have two others that are running. and if memory serves correct normally isn't it the middle cylinder that tends to run rich?
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? good question? it must be something to do with pipe size, piston diameter, cc's. the old xlt's and the slp pipes for the 800 xcr were a little on the fussy side. the old stock wildcat with twin pipes is a good day to day runner. any time you want more power out of something its going to get a little fussier to maintain that new found power.
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Do new pipes reduce the engine life? I have tossed the idea around of replacing my factory pipes with aftermarket ones, but my Storm is in such pristine and new condition that I am scared to tamper with it. I would like a little more grunt to take my father from out of the hole all the way to top end. The top end I know that I will spank his 700 classic,(755 fusion engine) but I am almost dead even with my uncle Nytro till about 90 MPH(on the speedo) then I pull away. I am going to invest in a clutch kit, and then maybe some gearing from Madcow, and I think my reeds that I bought are for a Dirtbike, so yeah.
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If you didnt know, you want to make sure you are or arent getting new pipes first, Cuz you will most likley need to change your clutching set up after new pipes are on it..
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on a stock storm gearing and clutching will really wake them up.
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IBS did you ever find/decide what you need?
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No, not yet. My list of parts that I haven't already gotten are:

A pipe
A track
An idler
Shocks rebuilt (Who does WE shocks with remote reservoirs <rear> and standard WE in front?)
New Skis (optional).

Everything else is mostly labor.
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I thought you had Flexi-skis on Turd ?
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Yes I do but I hate them. They may work well in your 8ft of snow, and on the trails they're great - ride like on rails. But when hitting trees and shit they flex too much. Ask anyone that saw me fighting with the damn things on the group ride.
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So you need tree-proof skis?
I didn't realize they marketed such an item.
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Yes I do but I hate them. They may work well in your 8ft of snow, and on the trails they're great - ride like on rails. But when hitting trees and shit they flex too much. Ask anyone that saw me fighting with the damn things on the group ride.
I love them.... got them on V-E ..... have SLP Powder Pros on Red RMK, they are nowhere as good ontrail/hardpack as Flexis ..... I never minded the flexing, they're supposed to..........

Are you talking about actual hitting trees, we try to avoid that out here.

I'm assuming you meant riding in the trees. I loved mine in deep powder tree riding. Never tried them in any other tree riding, too many stumps/rocks.
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