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    Man, I'm sorry to hear that! There are no...

    Man, I'm sorry to hear that! There are no inexpensive solutions. The best thing would be to find a Waverunner, or boat, that uses the same engine where the hull has been wrecked. Offhand, I don't...
  2. The oil pump is the most reliable part of the...

    The oil pump is the most reliable part of the 'Ski. Upgrade the oil lines with Tygon tubing and secure with .025" stainless steel safety wire or Oetiker clamps. It won't hurt a thing to make the...
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    Understand. There aren't enough hours in the...

    Understand. There aren't enough hours in the day!

    I would highly recommend that you do a little searching around here for Skiworx. I've sent stuff to him in the past and service was slow. Now,...
  4. May have gotten hot, looks like something was...

    May have gotten hot, looks like something was bouncing around in there. Maybe part of a ring broke or the top ring land chipped off near the exhaust port.

    NO, you can't convert that engine to...
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    It's a bad time of year to be sending an engine...

    It's a bad time of year to be sending an engine off for repair. You haven't even made arrangements with anyone yet?

    I'd recommend that you do it yourself.

    What do you want to have done to it?
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    I can't remember, but your fuel selector is...

    I can't remember, but your fuel selector is likely inside the tank, operated by cables.

    You may have to pull the pickups from inside the tank and check the screens. Better yet, remove the screens...
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    Did you figure out anything on this?

    Did you figure out anything on this?
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    There are a number of online parts suppliers, but...

    There are a number of online parts suppliers, but many are related. Keep in mind that the GreenHulk website sells OEM parts (click on the blue OEM Parts button near the top of the page). Use promo...
  9. That's great! We knew you could do it!

    That's great!

    We knew you could do it!
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    Honestly, don't waste your time or money. A...

    Honestly, don't waste your time or money. A different impeller might give you a noticeably better hole shot, but you really won't be able to tell a difference in top speed without a speedometer or...
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    I'd be tempted to enrich the mixture on the light...

    I'd be tempted to enrich the mixture on the light colored plug just a little.
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    If the pump was that bad, you probably need to...

    If the pump was that bad, you probably need to replace the inline filter, too.

    'Flush & fog' typically refers to winterizing, or post-ride servicing of the supercharged 'Skis. Flushing refers to...
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    There ya go, exaggerating again, Peter! There...

    There ya go, exaggerating again, Peter! There are many that know more than I do, I'm just old enough that I take a lot of breaks while working so I spend a lot of time here.

    That goo sounds like...
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    I want to know where you found new accelerator...

    I want to know where you found new accelerator pump diaphragms.

    That said, perhaps you have a problem with tank venting or the fuel selector. Does it do it on Reserve? You might try bypassing...
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    Welcome to the world of JetSkis! That's actually...

    Welcome to the world of JetSkis! That's actually not a bad price for a new one.

    There are several used ones on Ebay for about $20. Part number 49057-3001
  16. Welcome aboard, Tanner.Prebe! Don't use a...

    Welcome aboard, Tanner.Prebe!

    Don't use a paper fuel filter. Use an OEM mesh-style filter. Personally, I like the old SeaDoo filters that can be serviced at the lake. Lots of them on Ebay. ...
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    Welcome aboard, blt! Could be a plugged up...

    Welcome aboard, blt!

    Could be a plugged up fuel filter.

    Read post 7 of this thread: http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=286500&p=3077295#post3077295
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    That model has two fuel filters, the sock on the...

    That model has two fuel filters, the sock on the pump, and an inline filter (P/N 49019-3721).

    Kawasaki doesn't sell the sock filters, but you can get them here: ...
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    Sure, clear the cylinder, put the plug back in,...

    Sure, clear the cylinder, put the plug back in, and start it up.

    You said you were pretty new to JetSkis, you do know the proper flushing procedure, right? Start the engine, THEN turn on the...
  20. Sticky: Sounds like the kill switch is mess up to me.

    Sounds like the kill switch is mess up to me.
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    Sounds like you might have an injector that's...

    Sounds like you might have an injector that's stuck open.

    Remove the coil wires to prevent sparks, remove the spark plugs, cover the engine with an old towel, then crank it. You may see a...
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    Welcome aboard, Rich! Sorry to hear about your...

    Welcome aboard, Rich!

    Sorry to hear about your problems, but perhaps the seller was being honest. You said that the 'Skis seemed to run fine last weekend. At 4000' elevation, the stock mixture...
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    Very common. A carb overhaul may help. A lot of...

    Very common. A carb overhaul may help. A lot of people also install primers.
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    Sounds reasonable, go enjoy it!

    Sounds reasonable, go enjoy it!
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    Yep, sounds like you found a bad spark plug wire....

    Yep, sounds like you found a bad spark plug wire. Pretty common on the Kawis. Remove the boots, trim the wire back half an inch IF you have that much slack, re-install the boots.

    I find the...
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