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    Nice score! (and darn you, I want one 8-) ) ...

    Nice score! (and darn you, I want one 8-) )

    As long as you put in the same TYPE of oil (regular vs. synthetic), its probably fine to mix it. But if it were me I'd use more of what's there before...
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    Yikes. Multiple issues there. The flywheel...

    Yikes. Multiple issues there. The flywheel housing should not be full of water, nor should it be full of magnet parts and other debris :(
  3. Sticky: Its not very likely that the EMM was damaged...

    Its not very likely that the EMM was damaged during the stator "incident".

    - Have you checked the voltage on the injectors while cranking?
    - Did you install an aftermarket stator? If so,...
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    Don't be sorry, we're here to help. (Oh, and...

    Don't be sorry, we're here to help. (Oh, and Welcome to Greenhulk! 8-) )
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    If its blue it has carbs. Otherwise its direct...

    If its blue it has carbs. Otherwise its direct injected. (The presence of fuel injectors on the top of the cylinder heads is also a dead giveaway 8-)

    Injector on head picture
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! Tell us about the issues...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    Tell us about the issues you're having with your ski, and what makes you suspect that the EMM is bad.
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    That is also where the main water feed enters the...

    That is also where the main water feed enters the hull from the jet pump (black plastic tube in the photos above, below the loose pump base bolt). Its possible that your water inlet tube is not...
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    There aren't any updates for the computer. For...

    There aren't any updates for the computer.

    For the ski, make sure the injector fuel lines are not rubbing on the injector brackets, and ideally the return lines are protected with wire loom.
  9. You won't have a good core to exchange if you...

    You won't have a good core to exchange if you throw a rod through the block...
  10. See attached photo and text for the MSX engine...

    See attached photo and text for the MSX engine speed sensor tests.

    ENGINE SPEED SENSOR
    (Sensor Gap: .8mm ± .5mm (.03″ ± .02″)


    (Resistance: Pins 1 & 2) 860Ω @68_F (20C)
    (AC voltage: Pins 1 &...
  11. Extracting the pin without the wire attached is...

    Extracting the pin without the wire attached is going to be extremely difficult. I agree with K447, just replace the entire harness.
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    You need to measure injector volts while...

    You need to measure injector volts while cranking. Should be around 20VDC. The "kill" signal to the EMM is global, it shuts off the EMM entirely.
  13. If you need a crankshaft, 3 pistons, 3 jugs...

    If you need a crankshaft, 3 pistons, 3 jugs bored, full gasket set, etc, you may find that it costs about as much in parts as it does to get a reman engine.
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! 8-)

    Welcome to Greenhulk! 8-)
  15. @ripcuda needs this! 8-)

    @ripcuda needs this! 8-)
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    FS - Parts EMM's can be easily replaced (I have too many,...

    EMM's can be easily replaced (I have too many, actually :) ). Fix it, sell it as running, and you'll probably get more money (even considering the motor value) than you will selling the bits and...
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    FS - Parts Ugh, I hate seeing 4-seaters like the Genesis...

    Ugh, I hate seeing 4-seaters like the Genesis getting parted out. They aren't making 4 -seaters anymore :(
  18. I'm confused about your attempted ohm readings. ...

    I'm confused about your attempted ohm readings. You should measure roughly 1K (1000) ohms between 13 and 5, with the sensor plugged in. Pin 5 to ground should measure near zero ohms to engine...
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    I am thinking a wiring problem somewhere. Bad...

    I am thinking a wiring problem somewhere. Bad ground(s), perhaps.
  20. You should read NEAR ZERO ohms between the EMM...

    You should read NEAR ZERO ohms between the EMM pin 13 (water temperature sensor input) and the connector for the sensor. You can also read ohms between EMM pin 13 and EMM pin 5 (return) with the...
  21. Agreed that the water temp sensor itself reads...

    Agreed that the water temp sensor itself reads OK. I'd check it (ohms) at the EMM connector (pin 13, pink/blk) to ground. (Carefully, so as to not damage the socket in the connector).
  22. Check the resistance of (at least) the water...

    Check the resistance of (at least) the water temperature sensor. (I don't think the air temp sensor will cause S.L.O.W. mode.)

    AIR TEMPERATURE SENSOR RESISTANCE@ 77F (25 C) 990-1010 ohms
    WATER...
  23. Hmm, there seems to be some issues when I try it....

    Hmm, there seems to be some issues when I try it. A couple things I noticed:

    -It displays differently depending on which browser I use.
    -If I click on "Shop All Categories" there doesn't seem to...
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    High compression engines run the risk of...

    High compression engines run the risk of pre-ignition due to the high heat generated as a result of the compression action itself. Much like the way a diesel ignites the mixture without spark.
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    NOPE. And no reason to use high octane gas in a...

    NOPE. And no reason to use high octane gas in a DI.
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