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    That's the same engine that Polaris uses in there 4 stroke sleds. 80 hp naturally aspirated or 140 hp with turbo. One of the engines I really want but in order to get my build going sooner I am looking for a 700 2 stroke. Jetting done right and stock pipe unaltered I should be able to get 130hp out of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitris223 View Post
    That's the same engine that Polaris uses in there 4 stroke sleds. 80 hp naturally aspirated or 140 hp with turbo. One of the engines I really want but in order to get my build going sooner I am looking for a 700 2 stroke. Jetting done right and stock pipe unaltered I should be able to get 130hp out of it.
    Is the 700 2 stroke a sled motor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandracer1 View Post
    Is the 700 2 stroke a sled motor?

    The one I plan on using is a sled motor with power valves. Sleds from 2003 - 2006 model year and has electronic reverse.
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    Todd here's a couple pictures of a Polaris Liberty 700 2 stroke still in the sled . It sounds like we're both looking at using the same power plant nitris223 liked the pics of that ST2 with the 800 in it I'm begining to think that maybe the exhaust might not be as huge a problem as I thought. 2005 XC 700 with a PERC "Polaris Electonic Reverse Control"Attachment 18430

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    Sodman. I am thinking the same thing about the exhaust problem. Looks quite do able to me. I think I would make the engine bay a little longer and shorten the front clip on the badlands design. keeping the overall length the same. Now I just have to find one with electric start. Still undecided on what plans I am going to get. I like the Cheetah , panther and the Cuda. Maybe I can combine all three and call it a CHEPANDA.
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    Sorry Sandracer1 getting a little off topic here . Talk to later any word on the return date of the revolt
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    I was hoping to hear from him on the 26th, but did not. I would rather it take a little longer and be perfect than rush it and have problems. But, it is killin me waiting for it!!!!
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    It's back and on it's first ride tomorrow at St. Joe Park. No boost valve right now it's on back order so I get to start out with 100hp. That 30 extra hp makes a big difference alone. I have never had a turbo on anything, it was wild to see it glow cherry red. I will post pics and a vid soon. Probably in the show off your toys thread. I will see if I can keep it off the roof this time.
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    I was just there today with the RZR forums.net guys. Bike Mike had his Wasteland 130 hp RZR-4 but broke some of the brackets and went to get them fixed. I would have really liked to see what 130hp would feel like. My Drakart was really freaking fast with just 110hp.

    Have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by litespeed View Post
    I was just there today with the RZR forums.net guys. Bike Mike had his Wasteland 130 hp RZR-4 but broke some of the brackets and went to get them fixed. I would have really liked to see what 130hp would feel like. My Drakart was really freaking fast with just 110hp.

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    You will have to let me know when you head down there again. It would be a blast to run around with another fast buggy. My friends can't keep up through the rough stuff. Do you live close to the park? You are talking MO right? It was fast with 100hp 130 is going to be a blur. I have to work on clutchingnow. Did you run paddles on either of the machines? If so how many? and what kind? That stuff isn't really sand you know.
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