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    Squarenose owner

    I am officially a squarenose owner. Pretty sweet deal for 850 got a 1990 superjet, protec rideplate, skat trak impeller, riva rev limiter, and a intake(I dont know the brand), a bunch of parts like a 701 case, 650 exhaust, mikuni carb, 2 stock heads, triton heads, MSD coil and a handpole with a beef-it kit(but has crack in it) I'll probably fiberglass both of the handpoles. I might buy the 701 stuff like the crankshaft, pistons and such its about 550 for all of it and then I'll drop the 701 in.
    1990 SuperJet
    Worx Intakegrate, Protec Rideplate, Skat-Trak impeller

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    NICE!!! welcome to the club 850 was a sweet deal especially with all those parts!!

    after you ride it make sure to tell us how much you like it..

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    I love squares.

    If you want to convert to a newer handlepole I have one bracket left that will do it.

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    Re: Squarenose owner

    Quote Originally Posted by YamahaKid
    I am officially a squarenose owner. Pretty sweet deal for 850 got a 1990 superjet, protec rideplate, skat trak impeller, riva rev limiter, and a intake(I dont know the brand), a bunch of parts like a 701 case, 650 exhaust, mikuni carb, 2 stock heads, triton heads, MSD coil and a handpole with a beef-it kit(but has crack in it) I'll probably fiberglass both of the handpoles. I might buy the 701 stuff like the crankshaft, pistons and such its about 550 for all of it and then I'll drop the 701 in.
    No need to buy a crank. The 633cc crank is the same crank the 701 and 760 yamaha twin engines use. If your on a budget, aren't we all the 61X 701cc engine is a good step up. Vick Parish and Kevin Posten in eastern Washington have had some good results with the 61X square nose. You need 61X cylinders, pistin kits, head, intake manifold, 61X cases and reed cage assemblies to make the change. Your crank, electrical, flywheel, carb, etc off the 633cc(6M6) can be re-used.
    Joe...........

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    Re: Squarenose owner


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    Re: Squarenose owner

    good deal man

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    Re: Squarenose owner

    1 year 8 months

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    Re: Squarenose owner

    Man great deal we will have to put that thing up againdt my square nose
    Life is like a bag of fruit snack never know what your guna get!
    Theskiclinic OTB Racing


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    Re: Squarenose owner

    Man great deal....I have a nice squarenose they are my favorite skis
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