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  1. Keep the old plugs in there. It's easier to...

    Keep the old plugs in there.

    It's easier to "read" an older plug then new. It takes a while for color to form on new plugs.

    I prefer reading wash as opposed to plugs. Plugs have lied to me...
  2. Looks like old/previous damage to me from the...

    Looks like old/previous damage to me from the pics of the head.

    Cen is just about ideal wash for maximum performance. Mag looks to be just a tad leaner than I would like.

    Would prefer to see...
  3. You are most likely correct in assuming that. ...

    You are most likely correct in assuming that.

    You can perform a leak down test to confirm if you really want to know for sure. Honestly, you should perform one after you do the crank seals to...
  4. See if any of the Ebay sellers would split the...

    See if any of the Ebay sellers would split the pump from the impeller. Might save you some $$ doing it that way.
  5. Need to split them. The front and rear inner...

    Need to split them.

    The front and rear inner have a lip that needs to sit inside a groove. The outer rear does not have this lip and can pop out like you have found out.
  6. Bummer. You've got quite the crater forming on...

    Bummer.

    You've got quite the crater forming on that piston. Looks like you were running lean = heat and may have cooked the bearing directly beneath that crater.

    Make sure your oil pump and...
  7. Randy is the one who posted that, he is a tuning...

    Randy is the one who posted that, he is a tuning guru. I would absolutely trust his posts.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=15473

    I've never used a bore scope. I've always used a...
  8. Tough to see with the light reflecting off the...

    Tough to see with the light reflecting off the oil residue.

    What is the "door slamming" noise?

    Here's a good thread about wash. http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=55874
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    FS Pro 785 cylinder and piston for sale

    Got a matched cylinder and piston combo available. Cylinder and piston are in good shape but the piston does have a very slight scratch on it.

    Matched set, so no break in needed. Just mount it up...
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    FS - Parts Still got this

    Still got this
  11. I'd look for a SS 6 vane pump. Decent upgrade for...

    I'd look for a SS 6 vane pump. Decent upgrade for the little $$ it costs. Slight performance gain and better reliability over the aluminum
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    I think you need to post prices in "for sale...

    I think you need to post prices in "for sale threads".
  13. Thread: 1996 SLX 780cc

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    Yes they do

    Yes they do
  14. If wash show really rich, lean it out some. You...

    If wash show really rich, lean it out some. You should be able to run 6500 RPM safely.

    If you want to be safe, keep your wash about thumb nail sized as opposed to pinky nail. Should reach 6500 RPM...
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    Try partially applying the choke as you...

    Try partially applying the choke as you accelerate. Does it help take off? If so, you're lean and need more fuel. If it makes it worse, you may be running rich
  16. Thread: Her new ride

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    Forgot to update this. Pro 785 thru hull...

    Forgot to update this.

    Pro 785 thru hull fitting works. It's been up and running the last 2 weeks.

    I'm no fiberglass guy, that's for sure. But it's holding water out now.

    Please remember to...
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    Nice. I too hate threads with no conclusion. ...

    Nice. I too hate threads with no conclusion. Thanks
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    Did you make sure the jets were clean? Did you...

    Did you make sure the jets were clean?

    Did you verify the jets are correct for EACH carb?

    Did you blow out all carb orifices with compressed air when rebuilding the carbs?

    Did you use...
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    Answering your own questions now? That's when you...

    Answering your own questions now? That's when you know you have a problem.
  20. That harness comes from the magneto. Depending on...

    That harness comes from the magneto. Depending on how much damage was done, you may need to replace the magneto.

    If for some reason it survived and just melted the wires, you're going to have to...
  21. Curious to know why you suggest avoiding...

    Curious to know why you suggest avoiding aftermarket domes on domestics?

    Are you confusing the Virage TX with another ski? The Virage is a 3 seater with reverse. No trim unless someone added it.
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    The search function is your friend. ...

    The search function is your friend.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=90192&p=1028221&viewfull=1#post1028221
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    Looks good. Get your jetting right before you...

    Looks good.

    Get your jetting right before you go tearing it up on the water and you should have a fun and reliable ski.
  24. Make sure your carbs are in sync. Meaning that...

    Make sure your carbs are in sync. Meaning that all 3 carbs open the same amount at the exact same time. There are adjustments for this.

    Also double check your carb adjustment screw settings. The...
  25. The wash in that particular pic looks fine. But...

    The wash in that particular pic looks fine. But that's only 1 of 3 cylinders.
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