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Home > Polaris > Engine > SLP Power Dome™ Billet Heads for 2011-14 Polaris 800 CFI 2
SLP Power Dome™ Billet Heads for 2011-14 Polaris 800 CFI 2
  Product Information:
  Part # Description Retail Action
  12-394 5000' +, SLP Power Dome™ Billet Heads for '11-14 800 374.95
  12-395 5000' + Fuel Blend, SLP Power Dome™ Billet Heads for '11-14 800 (see note in description box) 374.95
  12-402 0-5000', SLP Power Dome™ Billet Heads for '11-14 800 374.95

Now available for the 2011-14 Polaris 800 CFI-2, these SLP Power Dome billet heads provide an additional 3 horsepower peak with a much more responsive midrange. They feature interchangeable chambers (Domes) for use in low or high altitudes, and utilize the stock water cover for stock appearance.

 

These heads require the use of a DynoJet PCV fuel controller with SLP’s pre-programmed Stage 3 kit map. For more information on SLP's Stage 3 kit refer to "Related Items" tab above. Any other combination of parts will require different fuel mapping in the PCV, and the customer will be personally responsible to create their own fuel map.

These head configurations are not for use with SLP Performance Edition Kit (Stage 4), please inquire or refer to "Related Items" tab above for proper head recommendation for that application.

*Fuel Blend Specification (12-395): Must use at least 1 gallon 108 motor octane race fuel with 4 gallons 91 octane pump fuel.



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