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  1. Might want to cross check your source(s) and...

    Might want to cross check your source(s) and (re)verify the info you received.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=282721&p=3055788&viewfull=1#post3055788



    There was also confusion...
  2. Thread: GPS for PWC

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    have not yet posted a proper install thread. ...

    have not yet posted a proper install thread.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=436106&stc=1

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=457716&d=1580227841...
  3. Thread: '19 fx svho

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    The footwell drains flow out the rear of the hull...

    The footwell drains flow out the rear of the hull down low, they do not cause water to accumuate INSIDE the hull.

    In my view the footwell drains are more for rainwater while sitting on the...
  4. I have a rather large Garmin screen mounted on my...

    I have a rather large Garmin screen mounted on my GP1800. No matter which screen/model you buy, you have to somehow mount it where you can see it and use it. Make sure it is solidly mounted.
    ...
  5. Thread: GPS for PWC

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    Garmin 95SV mounted on GP1800

    RAM mount plate (1.5 x 6” IIRC) fastened to underside of plastic cowling. Hole saw opening is just a bit larger than the 1/5” ball, so the ball extends through the cowling from below. Fairly rigid...
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    How much change in tongue weight is there just by...

    How much change in tongue weight is there just by inverting the drop down ball mount?

    Normally tongue weight is changed by shifting the watercraft forward or rearward on the trailer, and moving...
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    His signature lists the Yamaha hulls he has...

    His signature lists the Yamaha hulls he has beaten to failure.
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    While it is often wired to the battery negative,...

    While it is often wired to the battery negative, I prefer to have the aux battery negative connected directly to the engine block, not to the OEM battery negative post location.

    This minimizes...
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    The attached wiring diagram looks about right. ...

    The attached wiring diagram looks about right.

    The 100 amp fuses (or whatever average is appropriate) are there to protect the heavy wires against potential fire (short circuit current heating...
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    With a combiner, the factory wiring between...

    With a combiner, the factory wiring between engine and battery remains 100% original. Every cable and connection remains as it was.

    The combiner cables are added alongside. New battery negative...
  11. Thread: '19 fx svho

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    How fast do you want to go? Yamaha watercraft...

    How fast do you want to go?

    Yamaha watercraft tend to be quite reliable. I will still suggest a good bilge pump. Not because there is an imminent risk of hull flooding, just that sometimes the...
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    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=27745...

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=277458&p=3003991&highlight=combiner#post3003991

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=275913&p=2988784&highlight=combiner#post2988784
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    This link might work for a little while ...

    This link might work for a little while

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/search.php?searchid=14657055
  14. Thread: Remote Oil Filter

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    Other than the 'more is always better, right?'...

    Other than the 'more is always better, right?' thinking, I am not seeing an actual benefit to having a much larger externally mounted oil filter.

    These engines tend to get frequent oil changes,...
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    There are a number of good threads and posts...

    There are a number of good threads and posts covering this.

    Search for combiner across all the forums on here. That should reveal several useful threads.
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  16. https://www.865-customz.com/watercraft-manuals ...

    https://www.865-customz.com/watercraft-manuals

    :-$
  17. My understanding, RiDE only knows about the...

    My understanding, RiDE only knows about the handlebar lever inputs (throttle and RiDE levers) and the engine RPM.

    :-k IIRC RiDE works properly even when the speedo sensor input is disconnected or...
  18. Thread: Remote Oil Filter

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    Photos of how/where you installed the remote oil...

    Photos of how/where you installed the remote oil filter kit inside the hull?

    I do not know which brand oil filter you ‘cannot get’ easily. On my Yamaha GP1800 1.8 liter engines I have been using...
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    HLSM provides the OEM parts and parts diagrams...

    HLSM provides the OEM parts and parts diagrams data, among other things.

    Which web store were you trying to purchase from?

    I suspect that something failed or went sideways within or between the...
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    IIRC the Ficht fuel pump inlet is directly...

    IIRC the Ficht fuel pump inlet is directly vertical into the center of the pump motor, and the inlet fits into (or directly above?) the round hole in the filter disc shown.

    During normal...
  21. In tight maneuvering quarters, such as turning...

    In tight maneuvering quarters, such as turning around 180 degrees while floating in between two docks, the Yamaha RiDE system allows you to hold the handlebar hard over and then change between...
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    The Kawasaki in-line regulator is not consistent...

    The Kawasaki in-line regulator is not consistent when used with the Polaris OEM fuel pump. Sometimes it seems to provide the correct pressure, then a few minutes later you get some other pressure.
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    Brown wire? Which wire exactly? Exciter coils...

    Brown wire? Which wire exactly?

    Exciter coils provide AC voltage when the engine is cranking.

    Are you working through the diagnostics process, documented elsewhere on here, for the red carb...
  24. Thread: SLT 780

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    Welcome. Click here, start reading :) ...

    Welcome.

    Click here, start reading :)

    http://polarispwcknowledge.shorturl.com/first-things-to-do
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    I cannot speak about outboard motors and AGM...

    I cannot speak about outboard motors and AGM batteries, but I have been using high quality AGM batteries with PWC for years. 2-stroke and 4-stroke, carb and fuel injected.

    My preferred battery is...
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