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    Yes, but while you're at it, replace the oil pump...

    Yes, but while you're at it, replace the oil pump drive bearings if you are running the oil injection system.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=258295
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    Pull flywheel. Clean the area. Make sure you...

    Pull flywheel. Clean the area. Make sure you donít lose the thrust washer on both ends of the bendix. Donít cheap out get a good used oem or a good aftermarket one.

    Donít forget to torque the...
  3. Thread: 1997 stx 1100

    by steve45
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    Do it right and pull the engine. That way you...

    Do it right and pull the engine. That way you can remove the cylinders, turn the crankcase upside down and flush all the metal particles out with a solvent sprayer. It's quite possible that you'll...
  4. did you check to see how much you were down (if...

    did you check to see how much you were down (if any) when your alarm came on? Have you pulled your plugs out to see if they are soaked in oil?
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    Sticky: GreenHulk needs your help!

    I believe the best form of advertising is word of mouth. Those that buy from this forums online store already know the level of customer service that I provide. This is where I need your help! Please...
  6. Thread: Winterize?

    by 3ftDeep
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    That's not too bad, but it depends what they did...

    That's not too bad, but it depends what they did to "winterize" it. They should have removed the iBR to check for water in the pump impeller cover. That takes a bit of time, so I doubt they did it....
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    Wow i hope i had this info prior to spending $65...

    Wow i hope i had this info prior to spending $65 for the same 2 filters, i will get a few spares.

    http://www.jetskiplus.com/servlet/the-2515/Seadoo-RXP-RXT-GTX/Detail
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    Sticky: Testing a 4-Tec Oil Exchanger for a leak

    Did some troubleshooting to determine where I was losing oil on my GPRXP.
    After narrowing down the component that was the culprit, I decided to pressure test it with residential city water pressure...
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