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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-30-2013, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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Well here is my question on my 00 v92sc I am running no airbox and open exhaust. Its does not run bad I get a miss here and there. I put new plugs on today would like new wires but can't find any. Any adives pro and cons what are u guys running on your bikes

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part of the Stage 1 upgrade on the old bikes was the installation of the Polaris "off road" EPROM chip. There were several aftermarket ones too but they're getting hard to find. I would think a fuel controller might be the way to go & get your bike dialed in. I sent this link to another guy looking for a performance chip, you can give it a try and see if they have any available-it was one of the best (I have one in my '99) + it raises the red line up a bit too.

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check Sumax for plug wires you might need to make the coil end but thats not a big deal.
You would be etter off running a air filter there is no power gain with out one.

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Thanks guys are u taking about running the k&n or the stock box
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@vishionjonny I look the dealer you gave me. They make plugs wires for the freedom style engine. I am running the old v92 engine the plugs wires run do in to the head they are about 6 inches long

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Check with Nometz, Pretty sure he can hook you up on wires best price. Ness big sucker is an option for your filter.

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So to give you guys a update I put stage two exhust on still running no airbox in 5 gear and cruising at around 2000-3000 rpms the bik will stumle at bit. Bjt as soon as you give a gas it pick the right up. You guys think a power commander will clear this up.

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If your bike's cutting out while cruising along at a steady pace at a specific RPM I would say you need a new TPS. If it does it while accelerating a fuel controller could help smooth it out. I have run my '99 for years with a K&N air filter with the top off the box off with no problems.
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It when You are at cruising speed like 55 or 60 then the bike will miss out. But if you turn the throttle just a bit and accurate it pick up instantly.

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Check the fuel pressure...
If that's OK you need to tune it.

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