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  1. Well.... Yamaha don't use a BOV because the...

    Well....

    Yamaha don't use a BOV because the SVHO setup dont need it.. so as far as there is no need, there is no need also to increase cost.

    Yamaha Supercharge (HKS) works pretty much like a...
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    That’s excellent news! Let us know if you need advice with the swap. It’s not all too bad, you just need to dive in. I’d say that knowing that you possibly stored them nose-down is a good thing......
  3. If you winterized the ski... did you winterize...

    If you winterized the ski... did you winterize the raw water circuit somehow? If not, was the ski stored with a nose-down attitude? If yes, it’s common that the heat exchanger gets popped from raw...
  4. You want the winch strap to pull the nose of the...

    You want the winch strap to pull the nose of the ski DOWN onto the roller. That way the front of the ski does not move up and down. The front of the ski moving up and down is what causes rear straps...
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    I guess it’s time like this you find that none of...

    I guess it’s time like this you find that none of us are that different than than the other. No matter your political views or citizenship. We all will deal with this before it’s over. More people...
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    Those EZ Lube type of hubs are a great way to...

    Those EZ Lube type of hubs are a great way to ruin your bearings. Yes, it makes it easier to push the water out with the addition of new grease, but it makes much more sense to not let the water get...
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    You guys are killing me, lol. Are you my missing...

    You guys are killing me, lol. Are you my missing my offer to sell a rebuilt EMM with warranty :). And FWIW I have repaired many #9999 EMMs ;)
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    Gratitude .... (and a Reminder!)

    Just wanna thank this ”Towing & Trailers” forum and several of you in particular for helping keep me “honest” as far as diligence when it comes to our several Triton pwc trailers!

    Too windy and...
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    The black wire at the 12 pin connecter for MFI.

    The black wire at the 12 pin connecter for MFI.
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    The Polaris PWC knowledge pages... in case you...

    The Polaris PWC knowledge pages... in case you haven't seen it yet

    http://polarispwcknowledge.shorturl.com/

    Cheers!
  11. Sticky: This info was spot on for the repairs to my MFD...

    This info was spot on for the repairs to my MFD here is a tip to see how deep you cut and I used a fine tooth Japanese flush cut saw to do the job. I used a work light up against the clear face to...
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    Well if you have a warranty with the ski and you...

    Well if you have a warranty with the ski and you are not going to do the repairs yourself, still do the oil change. You don't know how long the ski will sit till the dealer looks at it your ski. You...
  13. Inner Glasswork Part 4 (The part in which our...

    Inner Glasswork Part 4 (The part in which our hero finds a semblance of redemption and moves onto other jobs)


    Having received some excellent advice over the last week both on X-H2O and on the ...
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    I picked up the replacement longblock from SBT...

    I picked up the replacement longblock from SBT while snow birding in FL for a few days last month. I saved some money on shipping by doing so. The new engine installed without issue. I won't...
  15. There is a easier way to clean the 150-110...

    There is a easier way to clean the 150-110 intercoolers. You will need a shop vac that is set up for wet removal. Disconnect the both charge air hoses off the I/C.
    Purchase some Purple Power...
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    I've never seen that "tea bag" filter in any of...

    I've never seen that "tea bag" filter in any of the units I've disassembled and that has been a number. The fuel pressure regulator (FPR) literally falling off is a common problem. Polaris never...
  17. The transducer is .4" below the ride plate. No...

    The transducer is .4" below the ride plate. No handling differences whatsoever. When I first installed these on my 2006 VX110 Deluxe, I installed them flush with the ride plate and they worked fine...
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    its an factory Polaris performance part for any...

    its an factory Polaris performance part for any domestic triple except a msx 140
    so it fits any 900 1050 or regular 1200 motor
  19. A little inspiration for my fellow MSXers out there.

    Original engine and turbo, still performing as new.
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    Cool rig and happy fishing !! However, this ^^^...

    Cool rig and happy fishing !! However, this ^^^ in your post stuck out to me. Likely you already know this, so this is mainly for the fellow lurkers out there reading ...
    { assuming these are...
  21. Sticky: I know this is old, but for future readers, the...

    I know this is old, but for future readers, the high speed cap is simply pulled off with a pair of needle nose pliers.
  22. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/90/Fkn...

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/9/90/Fknms_map_big.jpg click on the picture if it doesn't automatically give you the high resolution one.
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    I did learn something new on this project. In...

    I did learn something new on this project. In past MSX projects, I found a length of rubber bumper/weatherstripping in the bottom of the hull I could never figure out where it belonged. I've had...
  24. extending the grease fitting for driveshaft...

    extending the grease fitting for driveshaft intermediate bearing: http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=265622&p=2892795&viewfull=1#post2892795

    Location of Grease...
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    Apparently the road/tire/spring combination is...

    Apparently the road/tire/spring combination is causing a vibration at the natural frequency of the handlebars.

    Try a different tire pressure, or radial tires. If you can move the axle, try...
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