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    WTB - Parts Some knucklehead snapped one off. I was able to...

    Some knucklehead snapped one off. I was able to extract it and save the threads so just need to put one back in.
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    Oh no!!

    Oh no!!
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    Would love to see some engine pics of that Ultra....

    Would love to see some engine pics of that Ultra. I'll bet at 180psi that thing rips!!
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    If it's no longer available from Yamaha you'll...

    If it's no longer available from Yamaha you'll need to have one made. Any graphics shop should be able to use a high quality pic of the opposite side, flip it in the software, and print one out for...
  5. Where there's a will..........there's a way. I...

    Where there's a will..........there's a way. I have no doubt your next one will be even better. I shipped a bunch of oddball parts to Russia once. The freight was very expensive. My buyer told me...
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    WTB - Parts This one is a '99. I only NEED one but would take...

    This one is a '99. I only NEED one but would take 2 so I have one around next time.
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    A 4 stroke crankcase isn't really completely...

    A 4 stroke crankcase isn't really completely sealed and holding pressure like a 2 stroke case. Everywhere oil goes would need blocked off...valve cover, tip over switch, dipstick tube, output shaft,...
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    Most likely places on on old 650 will be the mid...

    Most likely places on on old 650 will be the mid shaft seals, and the old fiberglass waterbox.
  9. I had a customer with an LS2000 that ran great...

    I had a customer with an LS2000 that ran great after I did pumps and carb mods.
    I have another customer with a twin engine Exciter that I need to tune in this spring.
    They really are strong when...
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    Anything boosted will NOT run right with a non...

    Anything boosted will NOT run right with a non boost ecu. The computer cannot compensate. Maybe he's done spending money cause he bought the wrong ecu.......you'll never get the truth about that lol!
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    When I've done it they were so close that just a...

    When I've done it they were so close that just a wee bit with a flat bastard file was all that was needed. You gotta clamp it after the sleeve goes in though. They do tend to try and rise up.
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    Yes! That is a known issue and common failure...

    Yes! That is a known issue and common failure mode. Perform the balanced return mod to keep that from happening.
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    Hard to see the check discs with the glare but if...

    Hard to see the check discs with the glare but if they are still flat with no little creases anywhere they're good. Sounds likely you were sucking air around the base gasket.
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    Yes. All non pv 1200's are the same. Suv uses the...

    Yes. All non pv 1200's are the same. Suv uses the 65u just like 97-99 GP1200.
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    The pump side, 2 little round discs with a little...

    The pump side, 2 little round discs with a little rubber center.
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    Yes, an air leak at the carb base will cause a...

    Yes, an air leak at the carb base will cause a lean condition. Pop the cast rectangular cover on that center carb. Let's see the round check discs.
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    And here is the finished guage reinstalled with a...

    And here is the finished guage reinstalled with a new face decal. I had trouble getting a good pic cause of glare and reflection but it's now plainly legible again. =D>
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    Next everything got put back together with a...

    Next everything got put back together with a little bit of marine epoxy I had, then lightly clamped for 48 hours.
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    I used a very small flat blade screwdriver with...

    I used a very small flat blade screwdriver with tape over the tip to carefully pry the lcd out of the housing. It has to tilt a bit, the top (opposite the white strip) has to come up a bit first. In...
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    And when the board is removed it looks like...

    And when the board is removed it looks like this!! The gold rectangle is the gauge background. You could cut a piece of any color graphic vinyl and change this if you want to customize. The white...
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    When you get it open there are 5 small phillips...

    When you get it open there are 5 small phillips head screws that need removed.
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    I used a dremel with a cutoff wheel to cut around...

    I used a dremel with a cutoff wheel to cut around the edge just behind the face.
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    Ultra 150 & STXr guage repair

    I've done several Seadoo gauges and thought I'd give a Kawi gauge a try. I verified this guage was still working with a strong flashlight and my polarized sunglasses. I could just make out most of...
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    Yep, I've dropped out sleeves before on Seadoo...

    Yep, I've dropped out sleeves before on Seadoo and Yamaha. As stated about 400-450 in the barbeque grill for 30-45 minutes. You need a stand and a couple wood blocks handy to lay the cylinder on....
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    All 3 are lean, center especially lean. Pull the...

    All 3 are lean, center especially lean. Pull the carbs and check that center one for creased fuel pump check valves. It's a well known and documented issue on the 65u 1200. It needs the balanced...
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