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    When did you buy a "kit" ? I have not seen any...

    When did you buy a "kit" ?

    I have not seen any available all winter.
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    Are you working on your 97 1050 ? What is...

    Are you working on your 97 1050 ?

    What is wrong with the 050 heads you have ?
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    If you look at the jet pump from the rear, on the...

    If you look at the jet pump from the rear, on the right side there is a tube (large black plastic) on the inside where the tube attaches to the exit nozzle is where the screen is located. That is...
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    I don't know all the correct 2 stroke...

    I don't know all the correct 2 stroke terminology.

    There is "cranking compression" and "running compression".
    2 strokes are dependant on exhaust design. 3cyl single exhaust is a compromise for...
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    I think cold weather riders are accustomed to...

    I think cold weather riders are accustomed to added equipement and gear to make it happen.

    If riding barefoot and shorts like in the sales brochure, it will be fine with neither.
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    Yeah, now that these things are 25 years old...

    Yeah, now that these things are 25 years old different problems can and will pop up. In general my Polaris have been good but pretty much every used PWC I look at I consider "parts machine " until...
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    Not sure what you mean by "taller deck". Maybe...

    Not sure what you mean by "taller deck". Maybe post a picture of what you see.

    The size of the dome mostly dictates the compression. The 050 has a visually smaller dome then the 025.

    Engine...
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    Correct. Tan wire when grounded turns on the...

    Correct.
    Tan wire when grounded turns on the buzzer. Other possibility is tan wire insulation missing and touching metal somewhere.
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    Oil level sensor is also tied into the warning...

    Oil level sensor is also tied into the warning buzzer.
    Was the sensor or wiring addressed ?
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    Again, you need to be more specific about WHAT...

    Again, you need to be more specific about WHAT wire you are talking about or testing.

    The black wires are ground (earth ) They need to match the positive power going into the electrical system in...
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    Need to be ALOT more specific where you had...

    Need to be ALOT more specific where you had tester leads.

    Are black wires in electrical box showing 12+ v ? (small wire at battery terminal)

    Do red/purple stripe wires show 12+v ? ( circuit...
  12. In the US we have "resale" sites like Craigslist...

    In the US we have "resale" sites like Craigslist and offerup. Face book marketplace.
  13. All the black aluminum pump stators,like yours,...

    All the black aluminum pump stators,like yours, tend to crack the vanes really easy.
    Rather rare to find one in perfect shape. I wouldnt buy an aluminum "site unseen".
  14. Without "local" support it is extremely important...

    Without "local" support it is extremely important to read through K447's info.

    All 1994 and Newer pump stators will "FIT" . Many newer (2000 &^) 3 cyl models had the 6 vane .

    The impeller...
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    Thankyou for the update. Sorry to hear of your...

    Thankyou for the update.
    Sorry to hear of your continued issues and that you had to give up on it.
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    The newer ones are pretty big and heavy. I...

    The newer ones are pretty big and heavy. I remember years ago a little kid once said, "Daddy look, a mini jet ski" when he saw my SL 750.,


    Deffinetly big.
    I beached my '01 SLX in the middle of...
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    Parts numbers could be looked up here;...

    Parts numbers could be looked up here; https://parts.polarisind.com/AdvancedSearch/AdvancedSearch.asp

    97 models had a different style tank,different fuel fill hose location (side instead of front)...
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    If you rebuild anything using Marto's parts, your...

    If you rebuild anything using Marto's parts, your gonna have 8-9k invested ! ...... lol
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    Yes , last summer was a real surprise for demand...

    Yes , last summer was a real surprise for demand for recreation ski's. People in the "know" know 785's are not "REC" ski's, but there is always one guy in the crowd that wants to make 785's a rec...
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    Estimated "Value" is for a running-in average...

    Estimated "Value" is for a running-in average condition ski. In this case 21 & 22 year old ski's in average working condition.

    What is "average condition" is really subjective.

    Crank rebuild...
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    The brass fitting at the carb is pressed into the...

    The brass fitting at the carb is pressed into the carb body.
    Does the fitting move at all ? It shouldn't. I've never seen the fitting come loose, but it is possible. When I removed that fitting, I...
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    Cold engines need choke to start. Warm engines...

    Cold engines need choke to start.
    Warm engines SHOULD not need choke. It is MOST likely a warm engine is overfueled, have you tried full throttle when it struggles to start warm ?
  23. With the plug removed from the stator housing you...

    With the plug removed from the stator housing you will have like a 1/2 inch hole. No need to remove the flywheel or cover again.
    If needed, you should be able to mark it with a fine tip marker.
    ...
  24. Timing should be 20deg at 3000 rpm. Idle out...

    Timing should be 20deg at 3000 rpm.

    Idle out of the water might be around 2500.

    At the top of the "stator housing" (bolted to the front of the engine) should be a large plastic nut/plug.
    The...
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    Sorry, No CDI or "update kits" available last...

    Sorry, No CDI or "update kits" available last time I checked.
    I'm guessing there are delays caused by the World wide pandemic.

    From your description it sounds as if the internal regulator failed...
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