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    Should I add cooling to my head?

    750 polaris head and the ski has psi pipes. Should I run a block and run three small lines on the carb side of the head or add another larger one to the other side? Peoples heads are warping be cause you have to run the cooling into the head and the front cyl is much cooler then the rest.

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    Re: Should I add cooling to my head?

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    Re: Should I add cooling to my head?

    call will explain
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    Re: Should I add cooling to my head?

    I am contemplating this at the moment on a Polaris SLX 780 with PSI triples & pretty much every mod you can do. I finally got to get back to after 5 years, I don't have the water barb fitting and can't find 1 that will except 1/2 hose also wondering since the water flow will be entering the head from the top if I should tap and run a smaller fitting between the rear cylinder. So what did you end up doing ? Ocean Pro is no longer around that I can find.
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