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    Here is a thread concerning the same issue with...

    Here is a thread concerning the same issue with the STX-15F. I would guess that the timing rotor is matched to the ignition box, so if you swap one, you must swap the other.
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    Welcome aboard, Jim! To be brutally honest, I...

    Welcome aboard, Jim!

    To be brutally honest, I don't think it's worth hardly anything. I had a pair of them and grew to hate them. They were slow, they porpoised terribly, the seats were hard as...
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    A 25° temperature change really isn't that much. I think you may have a bad spark plug or bad wire.
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    I think you'll be fine.

    I think you'll be fine.
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    Welcome aboard, RS5773! Great 'Ski, but they...

    Welcome aboard, RS5773!

    Great 'Ski, but they are a little finicky. Make sure you inspect/upgrade the oil lines, install the Triple Pisser Mod, seal the display, etc. Lots of info here to read up...
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    Welcome aboard, denden28! Probably time to...

    Welcome aboard, denden28!

    Probably time to overhaul the jet pump and check the valve lash if they haven't been done. Get a service manual!
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    Could be a loose/dirty connection on the ground...

    Could be a loose/dirty connection on the ground connection to the engine, or the battery connection on the relay box. Could be a corroded jet pump liner. Could be a bad starter relay, or a bad...
  8. My pricing estimate was for Kawasaki parts. I...

    My pricing estimate was for Kawasaki parts. I use other brands, myself. You WILL need a spline tool. A shaft holder is nice, I made mine.
  9. If it cranked before (during the compression...

    If it cranked before (during the compression test), it's quite possible that the impeller is binding on the inside of the jet pump. Water gets between the liner and pump housing, causing corrosion,...
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    As an airplane owner, I have a fondness for...

    As an airplane owner, I have a fondness for safety wire (it is NEVER used to secure hoses on airplanes BTW). I've used stainless safety wire for years to secure oil lines on PWCs. I've used it on...
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    Did you try hitting the screw on the puller with...

    Did you try hitting the screw on the puller with a brass hammer?
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    Welcome aboard, John! Do you have the special...

    Welcome aboard, John!

    Do you have the special dongle? This may help: http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=259264

    Do an advanced search for 'program' or 'Immobilizer' and specify to...
  13. It's been 10 days and you haven't opened the...

    It's been 10 days and you haven't opened the electrical box? Water in there, with a +12 volt battery lead will cause corrosion in a heartbeat.

    Open it today.
    If it's got moisture in it, dry...
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    Welcome aboard, mfshah7! Before doing any...

    Welcome aboard, mfshah7!

    Before doing any repairs, I'd suggest a compression test. And, a service manual.
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    I wouldn't. It wasn't the dealer's fault, and...

    I wouldn't. It wasn't the dealer's fault, and I'm sure their business has been hurting due to inability to get inventory.
  16. If you want to make a difference, reconsider...

    If you want to make a difference, reconsider shipping rates for small items. There is no reason to charge about $15 (or whatever) for shipping a small gasket, O-ring, or screw that could easily be...
  17. I think most people on this forum probably...

    I think most people on this forum probably rebuild their own jet pumps. You need a couple of special tools. Bearings & seals will probably cost you $100-150.
  18. The 2015 pump is the upgraded one, so no problem...

    The 2015 pump is the upgraded one, so no problem there. You don't have to run in salt water to have corrosion in the pump, and it can happen to other brands as well.

    There have been corrosion...
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    Is this the 'BR' model? ...

    Is this the 'BR' model? http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=285360
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    41803 is supposed to be the cutoff, so it looks...

    41803 is supposed to be the cutoff, so it looks like the cheap plugs should work. I have an older igniter somewhere, I'll try to find it and verify the part number.

    UPDATE: The Kawasaki part...
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    Look on Ebay.

    Look on Ebay.
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    When you're looking for parts like this, it's...

    When you're looking for parts like this, it's important to get the complete NINE-digit part number. I believe your lever is # 13320-3719.
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    Welcome aboard, norubit! Sure it can be done! ...

    Welcome aboard, norubit!

    Sure it can be done! That doesn't mean that it will be easy, it will take some work. I'm planning to install a pair of Kawasaki 1500s in my Yamaha Exciter boat.
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  24. Get rid of the fuel pickups, you don't need...

    Get rid of the fuel pickups, you don't need strainers in the tank when you've got an inline filter (and a filter inside the carb). Put a piece of fuel hose on each pickup to give the proper lengths...
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    What you're trying to determine is the pressure...

    What you're trying to determine is the pressure that will open the needle valve. You do this with the carb disassembled. You're only testing the needle valve and spring. It helps if you put a drop...
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