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I just purchased a little 2000 Polaris trailblazer 250; it looks like a Polaris tester, it has no stickers, scrambler head lights and speed-O off something else with “paint test” on one of the wheels. It runs good but I need more power (don’t we all?). First of all, how much should I see for engine compression and what else could I do to make a little low end power?



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you could probably start with a pipe...and a piston kit...how much u pay for the 4 wheeler??

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I was thinking of a clutch kit, pipe and K&N air filter from Hot Seat Performance but wanted to make sure I have a healthy engine before I start adding go-go parts. I paid $800 bucks for it.

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all u paid was $800...not bad at all...u putting a full exhaust on it or just a canister??...good luck with it..maybe some maier plastic would eb good if plastic is bad

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Yeah it was a good deal! (I love dumb people) I’ll probably go the whole way with the new exhaust. The plastic finders and seat are all good with a few scratches and stuff (nothing big).

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