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    CPS (sensor) test values ranges

    So according to the service manual the CPS (Crank Position Sensor) should test ~ 2.3 Vac while cranking and 700-900 Ohms.

    I'm seeing ~ 2.8 - 2.9 Vac and 928 Ohms, the engine is cold but the...
  2. They should have called it GP1800S or GP1800V if...

    They should have called it GP1800S or GP1800V if they really wanted to rename the VXR to GPsomething. SVHO is a crappy and awkward acronym.
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    Same generation of iBR I would just replace...

    Same generation of iBR

    I would just replace the bracket and move on, there's no known issue with them. It broke for whatever reason, just got to make sure all bolts use threadlocker and you'll be...
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    I've had my '12 iBR out more times than I can...

    I've had my '12 iBR out more times than I can count. All bolts are still the original stainless with blue threadlocker used every time. Never has a bolt undone itself or felt loose coming out.
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    ET137 is not a large wheel, not sure what RPM...

    ET137 is not a large wheel, not sure what RPM you're spinning but I would aim for 12.2 - 12.4 assuming your WOT is mid upper 8k, timing also comes into play so with more timing you want more fuel to...
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    Yeah, bad luck/curse included.

    Yeah, bad luck/curse included.
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    Those are not applicable to SeaDoo motors, way...

    Those are not applicable to SeaDoo motors, way too rich throughout.
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    It's actually surprisingly cheap for the size of...

    It's actually surprisingly cheap for the size of the part and comparing to some other ridiculously priced items.

    I believe it's part# 268000217 and is only ~$65
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    Seeing as you have a reboarding step perhaps the...

    Seeing as you have a reboarding step perhaps the previous owner used the iBR as a middle step :)
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    Like I said before, go through the gas tank...

    Like I said before, go through the gas tank directly not through the filler. There's a cap on the gas tank, remove it, then pull out the fuel pump and you'll have clear access right into the tank to...
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    The fuel pump will come out of the tank, the only...

    The fuel pump will come out of the tank, the only tricky part is the float that's attached to it. It's a long stiff wire with a foam float at the end, you just need to manoeuvre the pump out so it...
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    Why not simply pop off the gas tank cap and use a...

    Why not simply pop off the gas tank cap and use a small hose to extract the gas/water mix?
  13. Don't be a smarty pants. I think the...

    Don't be a smarty pants.





    I think the gasket under the housing is leaking, have constant fresh oil residue below the housing so I'm going to replace that $7 gasket. Pretty sure it's not...
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    It's common for parts to get tweaked/improved...

    It's common for parts to get tweaked/improved over time. This is not the only oil related part that has changed since 4tec was introduced.


    Anyway, he will not have any issues and should not...
  15. Arrr ok, I guess I'll drain it. Thanks

    Arrr ok, I guess I'll drain it. Thanks
  16. Removing front oil pump housing, do you need to drain oil?

    Is the engine crankcase oil level low enough that it won't leak with the cover off? I don't want a mess in the hull but if needed I'll drain it.
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    Are you saying all those turboed, et127, et135,...

    Are you saying all those turboed, et127, et135, +all other high boost chargers 215s have pulled the motor, split the case and replaced the nozzles? Nope.
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    I did a build over the winter and there was...

    I did a build over the winter and there was plenty of clearance for the oil jets. No bending required of any kind.
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    Lots of good guys here

    Lots of good guys here
  20. Is the other end connected to a fire hydrant?...

    Is the other end connected to a fire hydrant? That's rod bending amount of water coming out of that hose.

    Your intake manifold is full of water, take it out to drain it. You might as well start...
  21. A common target is 13 when positive boost kicks...

    A common target is 13 when positive boost kicks in just after 6k RPM and then slowly taper down to max RPM.
  22. These silly assembly errors are sad, it's getting...

    These silly assembly errors are sad, it's getting stupid.
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    How about doing a combustion gas test in the...

    How about doing a combustion gas test in the coolant? Seems like a cheap/easy way to test if exhaust gas is getting into the closed loop side.

    https://www.napaonline.com/en/p/BK_7001006
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    Just put a piece of mesh over it if you're...

    Just put a piece of mesh over it if you're worried of things falling in there. My catch can exits horizontally and I don't use anything.
  25. Looks like you cut the bellows to remove it, that...

    Looks like you cut the bellows to remove it, that reduces difficulty by 90% :)

    You can make a simply one time tool from a piece of hardwood flooring. Cut a U shape out of it on one end, this goes...
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