Clutch & Jetting for 96 XCR 600 SP motor

Clutch & Jetting for 96 XCR 600 SP motor

Post by Wayne Levenselle » Sat, 10 Nov 2001 13:31:32


I'm puting a 96 XCR 600 SP motor into my 94 XLT SKS (because of twisted
crankshaft).
I need to know what my jets should be in the carbs... running 2000-4000
feet.  Also,  I'm using my clutch from my 580...  but with the added power
of the 600 SP motor I need to know what I need to do with this primary
clutch  (I'm also puting a 141 track on).

be cool,
Wayne

 
 
 

Clutch & Jetting for 96 XCR 600 SP motor

Post by David Courtne » Sun, 11 Nov 2001 02:33:15

    Are you planning to use your old carbs, or the ones that came with the
new motor?


Quote:
> I'm puting a 96 XCR 600 SP motor into my 94 XLT SKS (because of twisted
> crankshaft).
> I need to know what my jets should be in the carbs... running 2000-4000
> feet.  Also,  I'm using my clutch from my 580...  but with the added power
> of the 600 SP motor I need to know what I need to do with this primary
> clutch  (I'm also puting a 141 track on).

> be cool,
> Wayne


 
 
 

Clutch & Jetting for 96 XCR 600 SP motor

Post by Wayne Levenselle » Sun, 11 Nov 2001 03:13:28

The old carbs are smaller. The 600 SP triple motor is way different (has
reed valves and three seperate cans for cylinders) than the XLT motor.. I
had to move motor mounts... drill holes and grind metal to get it in.....
the hard part will be to get the three huge exhaust pipes in with out
hitting my hood.


Quote:
>     Are you planning to use your old carbs, or the ones that came with the
> new motor?


 
 
 

Clutch & Jetting for 96 XCR 600 SP motor

Post by David Courtne » Mon, 12 Nov 2001 05:17:49

    I knew that... I just wasn't sure that you did!  >;-}
    Single or triple pipes for the 680 Ultra will fit your chassis much
better... you may be able to find them used for a reasonable price.
    I stopped at the Polaris dealer last night to get a copy of the jetting
and clutching charts out of the service manual (mine only goes to '95) for
you... but they were closed by the time I got there.
    If there's anyone around this afternoon I'll get one.
        David


Quote:
> The old carbs are smaller. The 600 SP triple motor is way different (has
> reed valves and three seperate cans for cylinders) than the XLT motor.. I
> had to move motor mounts... drill holes and grind metal to get it in.....
> the hard part will be to get the three huge exhaust pipes in with out
> hitting my hood.