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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-06-2012, 02:41 PM Thread Starter
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2002 xc sp 600

Can anyone tell me what the horsepower is on a stock 600?

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stock is around 115hp. very good trail sled.
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That's good. Looking at one that is stock with 2400 miles. Any known problems or anything to look for on these sleds?

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well its a trip so they always have issues i beleave with cooling on the middle cylinder but other then that not that i am aware of

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The xc sp is not a tripple. It's a twin.

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ooo really its not hmm oo its the 650 right man there are so many combos out there

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witch one is the tripple then i thought there was a tripple 600 ooo wait the older 600s were wernt they

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The XLT 600 is a triple. When Polaris started making their own engines in 97, their version of a 600 was a big block twin. They followed that effort up with a small block 600 twin. then made the HO 600, which is also a twin. Fuji made the triples Polaris used.

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ok thank u for the schooling because my buddys got a 97 triple i did not realise that they stopped using the fuji engines that early now the polaris engines are liberty engines right now if i wanted to can i pit a 600 liberty in my 94 would the mounts line up and would i have to change the driven clutch just a thought
hahaha and the triples are nice sounding other then bad n2 cylinder i know my buddy has had that issue with a older one the 97 has 8k on it never rebuilt

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To put a Liberty 600 in your engine, you will probably have to fabricate a mount. They never make it easy It would definitely make a LOT more power, but for the cost of the engine and electronics, you could go a long way to buying a different sled.

The secondary will probably take a different spring and helix. For example, the 2002 RMK 600 (144" track) takes a silver/blue spring with an R8 helix. Your EFI 500 should have a red spring with a 36 degree helix.

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alright so i could do if it i was good at fabing out parts but it would be better for just a new sled got ya

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So, now that we've clarified all this... Can anyone tell me about the 2002 XCSP 600?

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edge chassis. great trail sled. good ride, good power, reliable. check the normal things like bearings, condition, compression, etc. not a lot of big problems with the sled, just check normal issues. if the price is right, it would be a very good trail sled to pick-up. photos?
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They are asking $2600, which is too high. What do you think the price should be?

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thats a nice looking sled man i like it a lot

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i would try and get it for $2000. sled looks really clean, but for mid/high 2s you are getting into f6/f7 pricing, plus its summer
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BC DAN .. not to ruin a good thing .. didnt Polaris make the XC700 first in '97 known as a RMK? I believe the mid season Polaris came out with a limited built XC7 in a 220 version while the early snow checked buyers in '98 also got the same 220 version as well. In a full production in '98, Polaris made a slight changed in their motors and called it a 824 version in the 700s. The 600 shares the same BIG BLOCK engines as their big brothers except they use smaller pistons in them. WL.
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