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Polaris: GEN 2 1999-2001, all models in the Gen 2 chassis
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Has anyone ever modified a 2001 RMK 550 Fan? I would like to get her a little more power and improve the suspension. Thanks
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Take the head gasket out and slam the head down. I can't remember what was used for gasket sealer? Someone else will have to chime in. Also, if I remember correctly, those had decompression ports on the cylinder and they were tapped and plugged. This was on a Trail 550 RMK.
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Aaen makes a pipe. There's always porting and carb boring.

http://www.aaenperformance.com/Polaris.asp
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