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    OK. I plan to use almost everything engine and...

    OK. I plan to use almost everything engine and electrical related, including the display, wiring harness, etc.

    I should have an intake silencer if you need it. When I put the engine in my 150,...
  2. Don't they use those on Corvairs? :roll:

    Don't they use those on Corvairs? :roll:
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    Nope.

    Nope.
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    Want to buy a cylinder head? :lol: No, never...

    Want to buy a cylinder head? :lol:

    No, never mind, I already sold it...
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    Water temp sensor. One hose goes to the pisser...

    Water temp sensor. One hose goes to the pisser outlet on the right front side of the hull, the other hose goes to a brass nipple on the left side of the exhaust pipe.
  6. That's a lot of water from rain. Check the...

    That's a lot of water from rain.

    Check the seals around the front storage box, the fuel filler, the glove box, the air intakes, the handlebar mount, etc.
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    That appears to be in good shape. I've got one...

    That appears to be in good shape. I've got one just like it, but it looks like it was rode hard and put up wet. I bought it for an engine swap--someday. I will have a few parts for the hull if you...
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    Very nice! There's a market for those!

    Very nice! There's a market for those!
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    Ha! No, you're not. I know quite a few people...

    Ha! No, you're not.

    I know quite a few people that are wealthy and they don't talk about it, much less brag about it.

    I've got friends that are worth tens of millions, including a guy that I...
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    Cylinder spacing. The heads don't fit, either.

    Cylinder spacing. The heads don't fit, either.
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    Good catch, Stevis! If you look at the upper...

    Good catch, Stevis! If you look at the upper right corner, you can see the black cap indicative of the CV carbs. My mistake!

    I would suggest going completely through the carbs and cleaning them....
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    Our local SeaDoo dealer got a Switch in last week...

    Our local SeaDoo dealer got a Switch in last week and I had a chance to go look at it today. My thoughts--

    First, I am NOT a SeaDoo fan. I'll give them credit for being the most innovative PWC...
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    Welcome aboard, BoneSaw! I suspect that the...

    Welcome aboard, BoneSaw!

    I suspect that the hose is actually the vent for the tank. Look at the Fuel Tank parts drawing. It has a check valve and the end of the hose is open.

    It's possible...
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    I wanted to install a fuel flow totalizer in my...

    I wanted to install a fuel flow totalizer in my airplane many years ago, but it had a return line. At the time, an approved unit with dual inputs was close to $3000, in 1990 dollars.
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    Does that accept two flow sensors for each...

    Does that accept two flow sensors for each engine, i.e. does it subtract the return flow from the total flow?
  16. That's not saying much.

    That's not saying much.
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    If I ever get around to doing some of my engine...

    If I ever get around to doing some of my engine conversion projects, I'm going to paint the inside of the hull with automotive trunk paint. I'll probably go with the factory engine colors to start...
  18. Yes, it appears that the driveshaft is moving...

    Yes, it appears that the driveshaft is moving fore & aft. It certainly could have pushed on the crank.

    Use a pry bar between the rear case and the drive coupling to see if the crank moves.
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  19. If you took the jet pump out, the driveshaft is...

    If you took the jet pump out, the driveshaft is free to move back & forth. The real concern is movement of the engine crankshaft. Use a pry bar to try moving the crankshaft for & aft.

    There used...
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    And it looks better than the factory latch!

    And it looks better than the factory latch!
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    I'm confused. You flipped the 'Ski and got water...

    I'm confused. You flipped the 'Ski and got water in it. You drained the water out and got it running, but it wouldn't go over 20 KMH.

    Now it won't crank, is that correct? And you've replaced...
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    I'm amazed that you got the engine swap in the...

    I'm amazed that you got the engine swap in the boat done so quickly.
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    That's the problem, I don't have time. Stuff...

    That's the problem, I don't have time. Stuff breaks faster than I can keep up with it. Had to put brakes on my forklift yesterday, carb on leaf blower crapped out over the weekend, etc. I only...
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    Have you tried the old 'stick a screwdriver in...

    Have you tried the old 'stick a screwdriver in the spark plug lead and hold it near the block' test?
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    I didn't think the fuel pump was a common point...

    I didn't think the fuel pump was a common point of failure. I think most failures are due to improper long term storage.

    If you have to replace the pump, do a search here because the pump motor...
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