AC to DC Ignition Conversion Kit For CDI and Stator For Polaris Sportsman 600 / 700 Carb 2002-2006
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There was a run of Sportsman 600 and 700 from 2002 to mid 2006 that were plagued with electrical problems and failure of the ignition system was a matter of when, not if.
The AC powered ignition was the achilles heel of an otherwise stone reliable ATV. Unfortunately, the price to replace with an upgraded Polaris kit was well over $500 and it was your only option.
With our new Ignition Fix Kit, we convert your problematic 2002/2003/2004 Sportsman 700 AC ignition to a much more reliable DC ignition at less than half of the price of the Polaris upgrade kit.
Our upgrade kit consists of a new CDI and a remote coil, all required wiring, and installation instructions that allow pretty much anyone to get the job done without professional help. This kit uses the heavier windings of the lighting coil to power the ignition, the problematic section of the stator is no longer used, and the new secondary ignition coil is being isolated from the CDI in contrast to the integral coil/CDI that comes from the factory. The result is more reliability, better spark, and easier diagnosis should you have another problem in the future.
Less money ! Less time ! More bang for your bucks !
- Applies to models with carburetors only.
- Our replacement part is a Plug-and-play unit and easy to install.
- Original timing curve.
- Highest grade lamination materials.
- Higher grade of electronic components.
- Exceeds OEM quality.
- All products shipped are tested
*Spark plugs are NOT included
Spacer bolts are included
Complete installation instructions available on Youtube.
PLEASE NOTE : The conversion kit RM22957 will replace the AC original Polaris OEM. It WILL NOT replace the DC Polaris's upgrade. Please make a visual match before buying this conversion kit. If you have the sixteen pins CDI type (OEM # 2201981) the suitable stator will be RM01330
DC Polaris's Upgrade: 2201981
AC Original Polaris OEM: 4010696
Watch Sean Yates, co-owner of RMSTATOR, explaining the magic behind this product.
Watch ATV & SxS Illustrated Magazine tech Pete Bengel's installation walkthrough.