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This is a discussion on Oil injector within the Polaris forums, part of the Brand Specific Snowmobile Discussion category; If i unhook my oilpump cable, and mix my fuel at 40:1 i should be fine right? I have a 86 indy 400....

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    If i unhook my oilpump cable, and mix my fuel at 40:1 i should be fine right? I have a 86 indy 400.

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    You will need to put on a drip bottle and plumb that to your crank bearings where the old lines went in to lube them.
    It's better to remove the entire oil pump and close off the case where it was.
    See me when you are done and I'll fix you up with a cable that has no oiler leg.

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    Nice plug SD!!!

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    Oil line went into intake port on that engine. Disconnect oil line tee the 2 intake oillines together and premix.

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    So if i got that right i should leave the cable hooked, unplug the lines into the intakes, premix 40:1, and every thing will be fine? thanx for the help!

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    You will want to make sure that the old oil lines to the intake are plugged or it will run lean due to the air leak.

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