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(Parts diagrams, part numbers and supersedes)
Use this resource to confirm your part diagrams, part numbers and supersedes, then go shopping for the parts you need. This resource does not show Update or Repair Kits, nor Accessories.
Where to find parts and repair/service shops
How it works
Also MFI and NGI displays (Virage, Genesis, MSX)
Polaris Fuji (blue) engine (1992-1997+)
(650cc, 750, 780, and Pro 785)
Polaris Domestic (red) engine (1996-2004)
(700cc, 777/800, 900, 1050, 1165/1192/1200)
Polaris Ficht Fuel Injected Engines (1999-2004)
Virage i, Virage TXi, Genesis i, MSX 140
Polaris MSX 150, MSX 110 (2004)
What to do BEFORE you get towed
'Winterization' really means storage for more than a few weeks even if the temperature won't go below freezing
Note: Always use a properly hardened replacement woodruff key, not an inexpensive 'lawnmower grade' key
Crank shaft being twisted out of phase is more common with the Fuji engines than the domestics, but it can happen with either.
PWC Team Tip W-01-06-02