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  1. Thread: Help! Slow rxp

    by bmxjoe
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    I'm in the process of installing an innovate LC-1...

    I'm in the process of installing an innovate LC-1 AFR gauge and boost gauge. I also have a RRFPR that I can throw in if need be. Guess I'll be going with a tune cause 70 is not gonna cut it.425355
  2. Thread: Help! Slow rxp

    by bmxjoe
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    I think the non I-control Seadoos are by far the...

    I think the non I-control Seadoos are by far the more reliable platforms based on what I've seen working as a seadoo tech at the dealer for the last 6 years. Cable throttle bodies and reverse cables...
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    The factory normally gets engine alignment pretty...

    The factory normally gets engine alignment pretty close to spot on but pump support to through hull fitting alignment is way more likely to be off.
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    FS - Parts Would be surprised if you ship it!!!

    Would be surprised if you ship it!!!
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    Alot of the bolts Seadoo uses has scotch grip on...

    Alot of the bolts Seadoo uses has scotch grip on the threads. It is recommended to change them because the scotch grip has been compromised after removal. Blue locktite is your friend.
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    water pump seal or oil cooler are the likely...

    water pump seal or oil cooler are the likely causes. but it may have ingested water at some point. I'd evac oil immediately. Service with cheap oil and see if you have any issues then after several...
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    Drive by wire will always have a slower throttle...

    Drive by wire will always have a slower throttle response then cable. But your stock fuel mapping is most likely playing a large part in this. Even tho these ski's are performance ski's they still...
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    Do a voltage drop across the starter lead from...

    Do a voltage drop across the starter lead from batt to solenoid,across solenoid and from solenoid to starter. you'll know where your losing power. corrosion likes to build up internally in the seadoo...
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