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I’ve recently got a 96 Polaris Indy 500 l/c 121”. The air box has some sensor or plug on it, and the carbs don’t really fo into the seals on the lower part of the box well.
Is there a way to figure out whether it has the right air box on it ? Or 🤷‍♂️
Here is some pics, and yes I do have top part as well jusy didn’t snap a pic of the top.
Any help would be great,

thanks Rob
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something isn't right for sure, the hoses on the air horn of the carbs look like a radiator hose, id defiantly say its molested
 

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Yep those are rad hoses for sure, dunno whether the carbs should have a boot in the back side into the box or if the holes should fit over the carb or what
 

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seen air boxes several diff ways , some have a lead in rubber boot that goes into a velocity stack , some just go in plain , look up a micro fish at a parts vendor and try to compare it , parts pit stop / Babbitt's
 

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Well I went into Polarispartsonline.ca looked up parts and the diagram for 96 Polaris Indy 500 and the air box for my machine doesn’t have a sensor or wiring connection on it, nor does it seem to have anything from the carbs to air box.
So I’m betting/guessing this is the wrong air box for the machine …???? 🤷‍♂️ Lol
 

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I vote no. That may be from a newer wedge era sled with bigger carbs and they were making it work.

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