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2001 Polaris explorer 4x4 Identification

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Trying to figure motor size, says nothing on plastics, or the title, only numbers are EC25PFX 01 Which

are on the cylinder. The vin code is 4XAAG25C312459874

Tried vin search but still doesn't show motor size. 

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2 hours ago, Arizona said:

Figured it out a while back, was a 250

okay.  just wanted to make sure we didnt leave you hanging

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