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Injectors - Axys

HECKS

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Just bought new injectors (p/n 4014715) for my '16 axys and noticed Polaris has gone away from colour coding them. Dealer says they are all the same these days.
Anyone able to confirm from recent purchases ? ECM is coded yellow.
A bit gun shy as I am again rebuilding after 12 days on a full rebuild. Just purchased a rebuilt crank and replacing pistons and exhaust valves, as my old valves worn enough to sneek into the pistons. I will be grinding 1/8" off the tips to avoid an future issues.

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alorenzanthony

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Fyi was on a 2022 850 matryx thou
Your exhaust valves do fit in there the wrong way and look right I almost did that. I figured it out by sticking them in and rotating the clutch by hand because I couldn't remember what way they were.
 

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Lol, I have never put them in backwards, as they are beveled the same as the bases. Took an 1/8" off all the tips and test fit as too never have this issue again.
Umatek remaned crankshaft, $900 CDN which was suprisingly priced in todays economy ! Having 2 oiling holes in the top of the rod hopefully keeps the wristpin bearings cooler. I have always had lots of bluing on the PTO side more than the MAG side on recent rebuilds.
Sled has almost 5000 miles now, all mountain.
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