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  1. It's because there are hardly any 2 stroke riders...

    It's because there are hardly any 2 stroke riders at all on this forum, they are mostly on PWC Today. Yamaha 2 strokes are hands down the MOST reliable.....BUT, it's because they are relatively...
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    The screen is covering the main water inlet...

    The screen is covering the main water inlet inside the jet pump. You'll have to remove the steering and reduction nozzles off the pump to see it.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=181123
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    These are pretty much all the same for any brand...

    These are pretty much all the same for any brand or model. The jet pump produces pressure/thrust. That pressure gets 'shoved' through a line and generally to the exhaust area first. From there it...
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    Likely a split piece of tubing in between the...

    Likely a split piece of tubing in between the carbs........UNLESS, some knothead has been into it before and didn't reassemble the carbs properly. Seen that a few times.
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    That thing looks like a salty, never maintained,...

    That thing looks like a salty, never maintained, mess. I think I have a rear housing for an '08. I'd take $65 shipped for it. You'd have to swap all your guts over to it. You'll want to get a new...
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    You can make a rod balancing fixture yourself,...

    You can make a rod balancing fixture yourself, there are several videos online. You just need a small, accurate, digital scale. Those can be had off evilbay for around $20. How far off is it?
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    Do a compression check too. It kind of sounds...

    Do a compression check too. It kind of sounds like the compression skips a cylinder while you're cranking on it.
  8. Usually, when a bearing 'spins' it ruins the rod....

    Usually, when a bearing 'spins' it ruins the rod. The rod gains some clearance and loses the ability to properly clamp onto the bearing.
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    I've been using these guys for a few...

    I've been using these guys for a few years--->https://www.usnicom.com/Marine-PWC/CylinderPlating I've been very happy with their work.
  10. Anytime I run across an inop acc pump I just...

    Anytime I run across an inop acc pump I just rejet......but I'm sure I replaced that with a Holley part once, available online or the local auto parts store.
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    Here--->https://letmegooglethat.com/?q=how+to+test...

    Here--->https://letmegooglethat.com/?q=how+to+test+an+automotive+thermostat



    Same thing.
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    And.......since it's new to you, do yourself a...

    And.......since it's new to you, do yourself a favor. Pull off the intake grate and ride plate, then just grab the plastic pump shoe and pull down on it. Betting it comes right out. Clean and reseal....
  13. You can't buy the acc pump parts seperate, AND...

    You can't buy the acc pump parts seperate, AND they don't come in the kit. Your carbs are Mikuni SBN 46i. I believe you'll find a Holley acc pump check valve to be the same part. Usually if one is...
  14. Yes, 110hp is correct. The '96xp bone stock on...

    Yes, 110hp is correct. The '96xp bone stock on smooth water will do an honest 58mph GPS. The Rotax design with rotary valve definately makes more power per cc than the rest. It's also a power valve...
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    I can believe that, SBT just goes out of their...

    I can believe that, SBT just goes out of their way to use horrific assembly practices. I just took a 951 Di apart and there is goop everywhere. It looks like they use the brush on stuff, which is...
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    If you are riding in cold water you can install a...

    If you are riding in cold water you can install a 1/4 turn ball valve in the main line from the jet pump. You can get a PVC one cheap. This will allow you to regulate the flow rate to hold in some...
  17. The 787 is AWESOME......and damn near...

    The 787 is AWESOME......and damn near bulletproof......totally worth rebuilding. On a side note, I just finished one up and fired it off today! Taking it apart will just cost you some time. The...
  18. Stop wasting your time. There is a bad low end...

    Stop wasting your time. There is a bad low end bearing. Either lower rod, or a cage came apart on a main. Pull the engine and split the cases already.....
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    Yes, that's the thermostat. Pull it out with a...

    Yes, that's the thermostat. Pull it out with a pair of needlenose. You can leave everything out. Just make sure you always allow some engine warm up before throttling. Especially in cold...
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    If these are stock metal type gaskets, the black...

    If these are stock metal type gaskets, the black coating sort of 'melts' to the clean surfaces after a heat cycle. It wouldn't bother me at all with your low loss. If it makes you feel better you can...
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    You CAN take that out too if you want.....I just...

    You CAN take that out too if you want.....I just leave it in. The thermostat is usually stuck up in the top part, unless it's already been removed.
  22. Yes, there is a slapping noise that doesn't sound...

    Yes, there is a slapping noise that doesn't sound right. Rotate the engine to bring a piston to TDC. Rest your fingers on the piston top and rock the PTO back and forth. A loose lower rod bearing can...
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    Commonly on a Polaris the thermostat gets stuck....

    Commonly on a Polaris the thermostat gets stuck. 2 allen head bolts at the rear of the cooling rail where the water inlet hose attaches. Just unscrew them and the lower section can be pulled down,...
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    Yes, it can be done with the flame arrestor...

    Yes, it can be done with the flame arrestor removed. You will also need a mirror and some needlenose pliers. The inline oem filter can be flushed out in some gasoline and reused. Or you can use a...
  25. And after a bit of trying to crank it over, the...

    And after a bit of trying to crank it over, the starter was _ _ _ _ to the touch.
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