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  1. I did this process to both sides. When I was...

    I did this process to both sides. When I was using the tap to tap the hole for the new barbed fitting I accidentally went in kind of at and angle. As a result, the threads got very close to the outer...
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    I'm sure I have one in a canister that I salvaged...

    I'm sure I have one in a canister that I salvaged the pump out of for another member. It is at my warehouse. I'm usually nearby it at least once a week. Let me know if you'd like it and I'll pick...
  3. Sticky: I know this thread is old, but thanks to everyone...

    I know this thread is old, but thanks to everyone who contributed to it over the years. I just got the MFDs on both of my skis functioning again by following this procedure. I used the pull saw...
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    I forgot about this thread. It is up and running,...

    I forgot about this thread. It is up and running, and it sounds very good. I haven't had it on the water yet but I ran it on the hose with my dad today and she sounds good. We managed to get the...
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    6mm bolt or a pencil use it to gently push the...

    6mm bolt or a pencil use it to gently push the pin through one notch each clip (you will loose a couple) then pull the outer towards you
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! Sounds to me like you can...

    Welcome to Greenhulk! Sounds to me like you can indeed bypass/eliminate the LR503. The kill input to the EMM needs to be connected to ground by a kill switch. This can be wired in parallel to the...
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    I have been talking with "xtxracer" he is also a...

    I have been talking with "xtxracer" he is also a member here. He sold some new factory parts a while back,most notably complete Virage seat assemblies. He has LR505's for sale,he might have access to...
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    Polaris SLT 750 Restoration

    Hey all,

    i just finished restoring my 1995 Polaris SLT 750 last week. Took it to the lake and ran wonderful. I restored/completed everything in terms of engine maintenance and work last year, got...
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    2000 Genesis Restoration

    Hi, I picked this pwc up for $400.00 2 years ago. The seller was the original owner and had all the original paper work and even a vhs tape on rider safety , it had 95 hours on the meter. The owner...
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    Yes. 94 SLT 750 hull is made of fiberglass and...

    Yes. 94 SLT 750 hull is made of fiberglass and almost 70 lbs lighter if I remember correctly. The 750 makes 80 HP and will do about 48-50 MPH. It's also very difficult to find an aftermarket ride...
  11. Thread: Stoltz rollers

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    For anyone looking for these Stoltz ULT-336...

    For anyone looking for these Stoltz ULT-336 rollers (to replace the Triton “hard as a rock” blue colored bow eye rollers) “Essenbay Marine” the eBay vendor who has ‘em at the best price I’ve found...
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    You'll also want to reinforce the fuel pressure...

    You'll also want to reinforce the fuel pressure regulator (FPR). They are notorious for falling off inside the fuel tank. When they do, fuel pressure drops to near zero, resulting in a lean...
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    OMG! Blasphemer! Gear clamps?? K447 will...

    OMG! Blasphemer! Gear clamps?? K447 will strike you dead.


    Oetiker clamps is what you'll want to utilize. You can purchase them in small quantities from McMaster-Carr and I've found large...
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    http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=448726&stc=1
  15. I would get rid of the OEM lead/acid battery and...

    I would get rid of the OEM lead/acid battery and replace it with an AGM. IMO, it is silly to put a lead/ acid battery in Jet Ski. A lead/acid battery is cheaper $'s so that is the only reason a ski...
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    Its a direct bolt on. Remove the current one and...

    Its a direct bolt on. Remove the current one and put this one on. Torque Bolts to 12.5ft/lbs. I have the service manual and it recommends putting the blue thread locker on. It also had some...
  17. ..and those fragile plastic nipples on the top of...

    ..and those fragile plastic nipples on the top of the pump for fuel lines..
  18. good info. those plugs are pricey, these days not...

    good info. those plugs are pricey, these days not so much compared to other new entrants to the market

    you need to assure the stator out cranking voltage is high enough, all of that is covered....
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    I'd personally go with Yamaha over Seadoo. (This...

    I'd personally go with Yamaha over Seadoo. (This is coming from me as a Polaris guy, so take it with a grain of salt :) )
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    You need to be EXTREMELY careful riding with a...

    You need to be EXTREMELY careful riding with a gas can in your hull like that. If it even leaks a little bit of fuel, it will evaporate into the compartment and explode from any spark. Not a good...
  21. Not sure if it would fit or not, but Kawasaki...

    Not sure if it would fit or not, but Kawasaki uses a rubber bellows on their trim cables, p/n 49016-3702.

    They're only about $2, worth a try!

    I just found these, don't know what size they are,...
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    The TRUTH about Ceramic Coatings

    On forums, FB groups, meets, etc., I am always hearing a wealth of misinformation about ceramic coatings, so I figured why not start a post that folks can read about what to expect (and not expect)...
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    I may be the only one who cared about this but...

    I may be the only one who cared about this but Triton got back to me and said 33 ft/lbs
  24. I've posted that particular clip a few times...

    I've posted that particular clip a few times here. Typically when talking about torque values..but you said the magic words.

    that's the snap on gauge I own....

    likely the release valve needs...
  25. I pulled the ski out of the water, and popped the...

    I pulled the ski out of the water, and popped the rocks out on the trailer. Fuel tank got a cleaning, fuel lines replaced, shut-off valve replaced - running great. Glad it wasn't anything serious!...
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