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hey i added a few cosmetic materials to my indy just wanted to see whta other people have done.
 

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here are some pics of what i added
 

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my signature says what i have done
it started as this
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and looks like this right now
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these things are being shipped to me
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hey polaris91 where did you get fox shocks and how do you plan on mounting the tank cause i know seats a preety easy as long as you have a tank to fit it to.
 

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nice pics guys keep em coming
 

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Originally posted by 2stroke_lives
[br]hey polaris91 where did you get fox shocks
and how do you plan on mounting the
tank cause i know seats a preety easy
as long as you have a tank to fit it to.

as for the tank i have been told by
other people that have done it that remove old gas tank and seat, there is a metal plate on the bulk
head i just bent it down to clear the gas line, slide it up as far as possible, fits in really good,
then remove the rear bumper, put the seat on my holes for the bolts were diff had to drill new
holes, and that was it, make sure its pushed up close to the tank, bolt the seat on i didnt even need
to bolt down the gast tank, it never moved at all. and i ride hard. the rear bumper i had to
angle it upwards about an inch to clear the seat thats it.

and from the person i bought it from was
going to put it on his xlt but had done it before. The tank actually fits in pretty snug without having
to move anything. I put some thin foam on
either side to make sure it would not run
through on the bulk head.

he also said the left side of the hood needs
to be slightly trimmed to accomodate the size of
the tank. he used large self tapping sheet metal
screws and lock
washers to fasten the back of the tank down. he
never had a problem with it coming loose, but
it might be a good idea to just use a bolt and nut with a nylon
locker in the tunnel to be on the safe side.



here is a member here with a sled with an
edge seat on it his member name is sleddyeddy
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so you dont even have to bolt the tank it justs fits in nice asnug as l;ong as you seat is tight?
 

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Keep in mind I love the stock graphics on this sled and have pride knowing's it's clean. And take even more pride in what's under the hood.

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i got the shocks from a parts sled
in my garage but you can get them
from some snowmobile catalogs and they are
often on ebay here is a link to some

http://motors.search.ebay.com/fox_SnowmobileParts_W0QQcatrefZC6QQcoactionZcompareQQcoentrypageZsearchQQcopagenumZ1QQfgtpZQQfposZ13030QQfromZR2QQfsooZ1QQfsopZ1QQftrtZ1QQftrvZ1QQlopgZQQsacatZ100448QQsadisZ200QQsaprchiZQQsaprcloZQQsargnZQ2d1QQsaslcZ2QQsbrftogZ1QQsofocusZbs


so you dont even have to bolt the tank it justs fits in nice and snug as long as your seat is tight?
yes but it would be better to bolt it down to be safe there it already has 2 holes in it for bolting it down shown here

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mine is a hoopdee but here it goes...

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heres my 1998 polaris xcf440
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[attachment=46502] << 88 indy650 for sale as is needs magneto.
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The indy with the xc seat is mine
very easy to put on,

all i had to do was bend the plate down on the frame, the gas line it on it, probaly didnt have to but i thought over time it would rub and cut the line.
had to drill new bolt holes for seat, took 10 min and angle the rear bumper downwards about an inch.
the gas tank, my sled has been rolled twice this year, jumped, you name it, tank hasnt moved, when i mouunted the seat i made sure it was up tight against the tank.

very happy with my indy, love the design of the tank can stand alot nicer than with the orgnal tank.

here are some more pics

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i have a hot seat performance clutch kit in it, like that alot kicks in at 5000 rpm, revs out at 9200
tuned aaen pipe,
rejetted it
powermadd pivot adapter
power madd 4 inch riser
powermadd throttle and brake extensions
sporttech hand gaurds
arcticat atv bars
plastic skis
led underglow lights
camoplast 1.25 predetar track
2002 edge seat and tank
 

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nice sleds guys and thanks for the coment cody. man there are some sweet pictures out there
 

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Here's my mutt. 89 650 bottom end with an Aaen 732 big bore kit using RXL cylinders, Decker triple pipes, and a 94 XLT Sp chassis with SLP skis.

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And the engine prior to install...
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