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rockwell16

2001 Polaris Scrambler 500 2x4 - Upgrades

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Ok I've finally done me research and got my products on amazon for my polaris scrambler 500 2x4 it is a fast bike to begin with but i wanted to improve throttle response and ad a little bit more power to the bike also bought other stuff for riding like stuff to improve the quad not just parts accessories to so I bought...

FMF POWER CORE 4 MUFFLER-$205

ACERBIS HANDGUARDS-$34

EXHAUST WRAP-$25-$35

K&N AIR FILTER-$33

K&N AIR FILTER SCREEN-$12.50-$13

SANDPAPER TAPE FOR EXTRA GRIP ON FLOOR PLATE-$13.04

LED LIGHT BAR 7 INCH -$30 PLUS METAL FOR MOUNTING SO ABOUT $40

TOTAL UPGRADE COST=$357.04 after clutch kit -$190 = 547.04

This will add better throttle response and ad more power and with the k&n a little better fuel economy I got the handguards for protection from cactus trees tree branches flying rocks mud and cold air you know the everyday riding awareness's / watch outs (EVERYONES WITH A POLARIS SCRAMBLER THIS IS THE STUFF TO ADD OH AND ADD A CLUTCH KIT WELL WORTH IT

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ya its an EPI is a clutch kit hard to install i saw a vid and the guy said if you want to take the clutch or remove it from the bike you need a specialty tool but when he was doing he said you need like a clamp to compress the spring and stuff is it worth doing it yourself DUI or having a shop do it -SFI-shop fix it.

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if you think you are confident doing it yourself, do it. good experience and you keep your money in your pocket ... lots of people here that can help you out if you get into difficult situations ...

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ya i am very experiences with fixing just about anything with a motor from the 70's and up cars trucks atv's but i don't know just clutch you have all the springs and stuff ill problem do it my self anyway but i have done them before just not on something with this big of a clutch and a centrifugal force clutch but it looks easy by the video i will comment if i have any further questions are you just one person you answer all my questions every time

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