Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Beaverton, Michigan
Well as some of you may know, I have been lookin for a good cheap Polaris for my younger brother. I purchased and picked up a 1980 340 TX-C :hallo1: . Paid $350 for it, and it is in awefully good condition, no seat tears, no hood crack, track is better than my Ultra, paint looks great, guages all work, and with a shot of starting fluid it started first pull, and ran for a good 5 mins before stalling (old gas made it stall). Really the only thing wrong with this sled is it is missing 2 decals on the hood, and the throttle lever is cracked (cheap fixes). I would say I stole this sled! My only question is, It looks like this sled is premix and not oil injected, so what mixture should I use on the gas/oil? If I am wrong and it is injected let me know, I didn't really look overly hard to see, since it started right up. Other than that, I am off to adjusting my signiture!
PS. The little brother looked extremely pleased with this sled, now I have to get him on this Forum.
1996 Polaris 680 Ultra SP (SLP triple pipes, SLP Needles, Boyesen Reeds, Custom Clutch Kit, 144 Studs)
1980 Polaris TX-C 340 (Stock, for now)
1969 Massey-Ferguson Ski-Whiz 297 (Stock, Studded)
1967 Pontiac Tempest Custom 400cid (10:1 compression, Edelbrok Torker intake, 700 Holley Dbl Pumper, Crower Cam, TCI TH400 transmission, Hurst Ratchet Shifter, Hedman Headers)
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Successfully outrunning the light at the end of the tunnel.