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I have a NEW pair of Twin pipes for the 600 motor in the IQ race chassis. The only way to get these is to pay big bucks through the Polaris Race Department, or have connections to a race team that has a used set. Still have the bubble wrap and plastic sheets they come in. The bag of exhaust springs is unopened. Comes complete from flanges to stingers. Also comes with brand new exhaust gaskets. I don't believe these pipes have even been assembled, there are no scratches or paint scuffs on the inside of the hoops that the exhaust springs attach to

These pipes are built by SLP for Polaris factory mod race sleds. Larry Rugland (LRM) also built twins for the Polaris Factory Mods, but the set I have are SLP. I found this race team's website that have several sleds with Factory Mod twin pipes.
http://www.akracing.com/06modsleds.html

Here is a thread on HCS explaining what needs to be modified for a perfect fit in the chassis. I believe the headlight needs to be removed as well as the intake plenum. And also shims should be added under the motor mounts (I have two of those, I'm not sure how many are needed)
http://www.hardcoresledder.com/forums/lofiversion/index.php/t245880.html

There is a small ding (about the size of a penny) on the top pipe where some paint has chipped off. I'm not sure if this is from storage and transport damage, or if it suppose to be there for clearance inssues with the frame of the chassis.


The price is $400 plus shipping. No low ballers. PM me for serious inquiries. Pipes in the northern suburbs of Minneapolis and can be picked up locally with CASH, or I can ship them (when I get a box for them) and will accept paypal. Those are the only two options for puchase and payment.
Thanks for looking.
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Will entertain reasonable offers. No lowballing though!
 

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is this for the Ho or R motor?
 

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I'm not too well educated with the IQ chassis... from the looks of the sleds from that racing team's website, these must be for the 600 carbed motor, not the 600 CFI. I guess I don't know what the difference is between the HO and the R
 

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Polaris_Parts_MN said:
I'm not too well educated with the IQ chassis... from the looks of the sleds from that racing team's website, these must be for the 600 carbed motor, not the 600 CFI. I guess I don't know what the difference is between the HO and the R
the HO is the consumer 600 HO the R is the actual Polaris race motor, 800 crank an other things.. im not sure if pipes would be able to be swapped between the two or not.. an i dont believe ive ever seen an efi in IQ chassis let alone a 600 efi.. (idk correct me if im wrong)
 

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http://www.snowmobile.com/gallery/gallery.php/d/6258-3/Engine_600.jpg?g2_GALLERYSID=TMP_SESSION_ID_DI_NOISSES_PMT
I guess I figured all motors that had this style cylinder head were CFI (the one in the picture is a 600 CFI), but after researching more I see that not all of these style motors had throttle bodies, some had carbs. '07 switchback 600 was CFI, as was '09 IQ shift 600, and lots of others I'm sure.
But you're right about there not being CFI motors in the IQ race chassis.

I'm under the impression these pipes are for the older Liberty motors, like the ones in the pics on the racing teams site...
http://www.akracing.com/DSCN3487.JPG

Does both the IQR and the 600 RR use the style motor in the first link?
 

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Polaris_Parts_MN said:
http://www.snowmobile.com/gallery/gallery.php/d/6258-3/Engine_600.jpg?g2_GALLERYSID=TMP_SESSION_ID_DI_NOISSES_PMT
I guess I figured all motors that had this style cylinder head were CFI (the one in the picture is a 600 CFI), but after researching more I see that not all of these style motors had throttle bodies, some had carbs. '07 switchback 600 was CFI, as was '09 IQ shift 600, and lots of others I'm sure.
But you're right about there not being CFI motors in the IQ race chassis.

I'm under the impression these pipes are for the older Liberty motors, like the ones in the pics on the racing teams site...
http://www.akracing.com/DSCN3487.JPG

Does both the IQR and the 600 RR use the style motor in the first link?

they are diffrent the RR is the HO and the R has the 800 crank case an other things w/ timeing and carbs stuffs im not totally sure what every difference's are.
 

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Ok. I honestly don't know what the pipes will work on then. I'll try to find some more information about these pipes and get back to you
 

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BJ, I have found out that these are for the RR motor. Came to that conclusion because the R has 4 bolts on each cylinder for the exhaust manifold, where the RR has 3. The flanges on my pipes have 3 holes.
 

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ahh ok thanks for the effort!!
 

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I have a NEW pair of Twin pipes for the 600 motor in the IQ race chassis. The only way to get these is to pay big bucks through the Polaris Race Department, or have connections to a race team that has a used set. Still have the bubble wrap and plastic sheets they come in. The bag of exhaust springs is unopened. Comes complete from flanges to stingers. Also comes with brand new exhaust gaskets. I don't believe these pipes have even been assembled, there are no scratches or paint scuffs on the inside of the hoops that the exhaust springs attach to

These pipes are built by SLP for Polaris factory mod race sleds. Larry Rugland (LRM) also built twins for the Polaris Factory Mods, but the set I have are SLP. I found this race team's website that have several sleds with Factory Mod twin pipes.
http://www.akracing.com/06modsleds.html

Here is a thread on HCS explaining what needs to be modified for a perfect fit in the chassis. I believe the headlight needs to be removed as well as the intake plenum. And also shims should be added under the motor mounts (I have two of those, I'm not sure how many are needed)
http://www.hardcoresledder.com/forums/lofiversion/index.php/t245880.html

There is a small ding (about the size of a penny) on the top pipe where some paint has chipped off. I'm not sure if this is from storage and transport damage, or if it suppose to be there for clearance inssues with the frame of the chassis.


The price is $400 plus shipping. No low ballers. PM me for serious inquiries. Pipes in the northern suburbs of Minneapolis and can be picked up locally with CASH, or I can ship them (when I get a box for them) and will accept paypal. Those are the only two options for puchase and payment.
Thanks for looking.
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hey do you still have these pipes for sale?
 

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PM sent.
 

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