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  1. I've thought more about the roll-over (white)...

    I've thought more about the roll-over (white) tank. If you eliminate the emissions vapor recirc hose back to the "airbox"... and eliminate the oil drain-back hose to the block (plugging the block...
  2. Welcome, Did you pressure test your stock oil...

    Welcome,
    Did you pressure test your stock oil tank (the water jacket side) to confirm it is leaking into the oil chamber?
    I've seen a few oil tanks with loose baffles in them that didn't leak...
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    Welcome to GH! Did you check all the fuses? (2...

    Welcome to GH!

    Did you check all the fuses? (2 separate 3-fuse packs)

    Also check your main relay (the brown box beside the ECU in the rear)... it may be faulty. This is where the ECU (as well...
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    The impeller stub shaft in the stator, has the...

    The impeller stub shaft in the stator, has the "flats" end (under the cone).
    It goes through rear bearing, middle spacer, front bearing, then there is a spacer that slides over the shaft and rides...
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    Also inspect your jet pump... impeller in...

    Also inspect your jet pump... impeller in particular. To remove jetpump... remove the 4 LONG bolts and the jet pump stator unit (along with impeller) will pull straight out the back off the...
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    Welcome. Some good threads on this topic ...

    Welcome.
    Some good threads on this topic

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=127636

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=30512

    Cheers!
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    Dang... sorry to hear. Lost coolant is obviously...

    Dang... sorry to hear.
    Lost coolant is obviously a bad sign. Is it in the hull? Maybe a leaking oil cooler end cap?

    Otherwise, it could be a blown headgasket. While compression tests are...
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    Welcome. - It is common for the MSX engine to...

    Welcome.
    - It is common for the MSX engine to rev high on the trailer (out of the water) since it has no load on it. Engage the reverse lever fully... this will tell the ECU to not allow it to rev...
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    Welcome! Both MAP sensors are identical. These...

    Welcome!
    Both MAP sensors are identical. These MAPs are a dual sensor... containing pressure sensor and temperature sensor. It's the fragile air temp filament portion of the sensor that seems to...
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    Welcome! The SLT 750 has the "shorty" Polaris...

    Welcome!
    The SLT 750 has the "shorty" Polaris jet pump. The wear-ring is part of the pump base that is sealed to the hull. If you hear of extensions... these would be the 4in dedicated wear-rings...
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    Your right. Still an analog signal... I think I...

    Your right. Still an analog signal... I think I meant was mechanical to electrical... not analog to digital. (post updated)<post edited="" to="" sound="" smarter="" than="" i="" am!="" :)

    I like...
  12. I would loosen the mounting bracket across the...

    I would loosen the mounting bracket across the carbs and ensure the carbs are seated proper... then lastly tighten the bracket. When I pull carbs, I don't remove the bracket... I leave them all...
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    MSX110/150 - PPU aftermarket discussion

    The Pedal Position Unit (PPU) on the Weber engine in the MSX 110 and MSX 150 is the item that takes the movements from the handlebar throttle lever (ie the "pedal") and converts them to an electrical...
  14. Very clean MSX 110 there! I like your...

    Very clean MSX 110 there!

    I like your catch-can solution. Not sure if the expanding foam will hold it long-term in place... the waterbox (aka muffler) does get hot... but not too hot to touch......
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    Did you keep the return fuel line restrictor...

    Did you keep the return fuel line restrictor (brass restrictor inside the return fuel line... indicated by a ziptie around the hose) in-place?

    It might be helpful when describing your situation...
  16. Necessary? No. I've been running my vented...

    Necessary? No. I've been running my vented catch cans (not plumbed back to "airbox") for years without issues. I suppose if I rolled my ski (have not)... some catch can contents could drip out......
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    I've seen an overloaded MSX (think two big...

    I've seen an overloaded MSX (think two big adults) tip over far enough... while idling around (the tippiest time) that the passengers fell off, but the ski righted itself. And I've had a big friend...
  18. Be sure to bypass (or remove and test) the fuel...

    Be sure to bypass (or remove and test) the fuel selector valve. Those things seem to go bad on me and leak air into the fuel lines every couple years... the cheap Seadoo version available these days...
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    This t-stat is currently in my MSX (I'd actually...

    This t-stat is currently in my MSX (I'd actually forgotten about it having installed it 5+ years ago)... with the slightly larger turbo and S1 flash. I can't really say I notice any difference......
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    The Hydrospace has an open-loop, raw-water...

    The Hydrospace has an open-loop, raw-water cooling system and as such doesn't have the heat exchanger by-pass built into the MSX (so no lower, moving flange on the t-stat).
    The MSX has a...
  21. Or worst case... if not jet pump debris... could...

    Or worst case... if not jet pump debris... could be you stripped out the splines of the PTO coupler where the driveshaft engages. If you pull the pump (4 long bolts)... the driveshaft will slide out...
  22. I would check the reverse bucket... ensure it is...

    I would check the reverse bucket... ensure it is not hanging down too low and getting hit by the thrust stream. Also check the jet nozzle for slop. I could see the nozzle clunking around when...
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    This is the best oil tank rebuild thread I've...

    This is the best oil tank rebuild thread I've seen.
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=78852
    1. There are a few different folks who disassembled the tank and they mention securing the...
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    There are a few differing views on breaking in an...

    There are a few differing views on breaking in an engine. I personally have had good luck with going semi-easy to start. No wide open throttle (full boost) for the first 2-3 runs. Vary the rpms......
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    Are you seeing some frothy gunk on the top of the...

    Are you seeing some frothy gunk on the top of the oil tank (underside of dipstick cap)? Or full on milkshake oil on the dipstick?
    Sounds to me like you are just seeing condensation moisture in the...
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