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    Few questions about fuel/oil line size and other questions

    Hello again. 94 Polaris 750. Want to replace all fuel lines and oil lines and check valve. Are they all 1/4 size or what? Also need a carb rebuild kit. What's a good site to use for parts? Without spending a lot. This is a cheap ski. I'm also upgrading the fuel pump and replacing the fuel switch. Final question is i want to install a water temp gauge. Is there a fitting somewhere i can remove to install the temp sensor?

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    Re: Few questions about fuel/oil line size and other questions

    Fuel lines are 1/4". Oil injection lines are 1/8"

    We have genuine Mikuni carb kits, and triple outlet fuel pump kits in stock here for your Polaris.

    I understand NOT wanting to spend a lot of money on an in expensive ski, BUT please know you get what you pay for. If you cannot afford to do it right the 1st time, you sure cannot afford to do it over, or have issues causing an engine failure from a lean condition. Stick with genuine parts.......

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    Re: Few questions about fuel/oil line size and other questions

    Do you know about a port somewhere i can install a temp sensor on the block?

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    Re: Few questions about fuel/oil line size and other questions

    There should be a plug over the rear head on the water rail.
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    Re: Few questions about fuel/oil line size and other questions

    Quote Originally Posted by fijiblue View Post
    Do you know about a port somewhere i can install a temp sensor on the block?
    Polaris had a temp sensor, in the cooling rail on top of the heads. Should be a brass fitting with tan wire.
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    Re: Few questions about fuel/oil line size and other questions

    It has a alarm. Not a gauge. I want to install a water temp gauge. I don't trust the alarm. Especially with my future plans for this pile. I paid 300 for it so I'm not attached lol. Thanks for the input fellas

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