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    Each brand of props is different so a 13/19 Skat...

    Each brand of props is different so a 13/19 Skat will performance different than a 13/19 Solas or 13/19 stock prop. You want your WOT RPMS to be right at 7700 with the stock ECU. When you are at WOT...
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    Did these symptoms appear after doing the...

    Did these symptoms appear after doing the modifications? If so, then something went wrong with the installation. For example could be a loose clamp allowing boost to escape. Your mods are pretty...
  3. I have both a 1.8L (FZR) and a 1052cc MR1 (FX HO)...

    I have both a 1.8L (FZR) and a 1052cc MR1 (FX HO) and can tell you that that 1.8L is way easier to work on. Your have more room to work and all the main parts of the engine you need to access are...
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    Same thing happened on my 2009 FZR. It was a...

    Same thing happened on my 2009 FZR. It was a small foam block right on top of the tunnel where the stock exhaust would rest on.
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    Old thread but lots of ideas here:...

    Old thread but lots of ideas here: http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=155543&highlight=Fzr+air
  6. Not really. These Yamahas benefit mainly from an...

    Not really. These Yamahas benefit mainly from an increase in the airflow to the engine which is what this mod is doing. Venting air out the back doesn't do much because of how quickly the air in your...
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    I use a 6 foot breaker bar in a solid vise and it...

    I use a 6 foot breaker bar in a solid vise and it still take my full body weight to get props off. The trick is to use anti-seize and make sure to torque the prop back on when you re-install......
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    I use a JetPilot tour coat which is a neoprene...

    I use a JetPilot tour coat which is a neoprene zip up jacket that goes over your life vest. It’s great for riding in Massachusetts in the spring and fall when the water is cold. I use booties and...
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    Exactly what I’ve done with all my skis. Let it...

    Exactly what I’ve done with all my skis. Let it warm up a few minutes to get it up to temp/ make sure there aren’t any obvious issues and then let it rip!
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    Correct, the SHO and SVHO platform do not use a...

    Correct, the SHO and SVHO platform do not use a 02 sensor (like a car would), so the ECU does not adjust for fuel based on actual AFRs. You really should run a AFR gauge to make sure you're staying...
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    Based on your sig, it looks like you already have...

    Based on your sig, it looks like you already have the Fizzle IC, Tial BOV, the Dean's Team tune, and RRFPR, and all the other goodies that go along with it. Sounds like your ski could accommodate the...
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    I think riding style plays a bigger role than...

    I think riding style plays a bigger role than boost psi. In other words, A 15 psi wheel on a lake would probably last longer than a 10 psi wheel in the ocean because you're coming unhooked all the...
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    I don't keep mine permanently mounted, but when I...

    I don't keep mine permanently mounted, but when I run the Tach I just zip tie it to the GPS RAM mount on my glove box. Putting it up closer to the dash might be a better idea so you don't have to...
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    I like that they are using the stock air box...

    I like that they are using the stock air box mount. Seems to be a pretty solid way to mount it.
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    Youll be very close to the limiter with the...

    Youll be very close to the limiter with the ribbon delete. I still recommend the stock prop but you’ll want to run it with the mods and see what your rpms are on a digital tach to see if you need to...
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    On a stock ski, I recommend a stock prop.

    On a stock ski, I recommend a stock prop.
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    The FX HO (MR-1) is extreamly reliable 3 seater...

    The FX HO (MR-1) is extreamly reliable 3 seater and a very stable ski. Even a VX with the MR-1 could work.
  18. Sticky: This is great-- it's much easier to learn on...

    This is great-- it's much easier to learn on these skis with videos, as opposed to just an instruction manual or pictures. Maybe some other forum members would be interested in contributing some high...
  19. To each their own, if you want to run anti freeze...

    To each their own, if you want to run anti freeze in the ski and thats your level of comfort than by all mean go for it. My question was along the lines of I think it is EXTREMELY odd for a "yamaha...
  20. Yamaha's cooling system is open loop (opposed to...

    Yamaha's cooling system is open loop (opposed to SeaDoo which is closed loop for example), and therefore doesn't require anti-freeze like other brands. If you have a copy of the service manual for...
  21. Yamaha does not recommend using anti freeze, per...

    Yamaha does not recommend using anti freeze, per the service manual, and fogging oil is helping to protect internals.
  22. There’s so many “winterizing” threads....

    There’s so many “winterizing” threads. Anti-freeze is not needed on Yamaha skis, as indicated by the service manual. Just change the oil, filter, plugs, fog the engine, add fuel stabilizer, blow out...
  23. Wow sad to see them close up shop! I had nothing...

    Wow sad to see them close up shop! I had nothing but great expierences them and their products. Great customer service all around.
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    It's getting blown out because there are air gaps...

    It's getting blown out because there are air gaps you cant reach without removing the intake grate and fully sealing it that way. 5200 is a lot stronger, but a bit more permanent. Personally, I just...
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    They 100% read the forum.

    They 100% read the forum.
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