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    If you’re leaking fuel near the rear of the engine, you either have a broken fuel rail, bad fuel line quick-connector, leaking injector o-ring, or possibly an issue with your fuel pressure regulator...
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    That’s not what we wanted to hear... however!...

    That’s not what we wanted to hear...

    however! it could still be the Thru-hull bearing carrier seized and holding the driveshaft. Undo the 4-bolts in the hull and see if you can identify what is...
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    Greetings, Thank you for using the correct...

    Greetings,
    Thank you for using the correct eco-coolant to help preserve the ecosystems that we enjoy riding in. I applaud you.

    Yes, I mix mine 50/50, but you’re looking for distilled water, not...
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    Greetings! Sounds like your wear ring has swelled...

    Greetings! Sounds like your wear ring has swelled down onto the impeller. Where do you live?
  5. Hey man, Are you just looking to replace the...

    Hey man,
    Are you just looking to replace the ones in your bracket? PM me your address, I’m sure I have some spares.
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    in my pic above? Those are not tow-lines, they’re...

    in my pic above? Those are not tow-lines, they’re dock-lines... the skis are tied to the tree because this is the Gulf of Mexico and they’d float 30 miles away if they weren’t tied to something. Both...
  7. I haven’t done this myself, but I bet you could...

    I haven’t done this myself, but I bet you could dismount and push the intercooler forward, then remove the front motor mount while suspending the front of the engine from its lifting hook to change...
  8. Thanks HiPerCo. Since the CPS is a pain to...

    Thanks HiPerCo.

    Since the CPS is a pain to change, I recommend a brand new one from Weberpower.com. However, if you wanna save a little money and throw a used one in, let me know and I’ve got some...
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  10. Yea man... if you have bypassed the SIFB and you...

    Yea man... if you have bypassed the SIFB and you hear the fuel pump powering up, everything should be ready for liftoff. The crank position sensor is a very reliable sensor. It’s not common that they...
  11. Check the crank position sensor plug for damage...

    Check the crank position sensor plug for damage or corrosion.
  12. I’d love to see some pictures of a USCG spec...

    I’d love to see some pictures of a USCG spec MSX-150!
  13. For your viewing pleasure; an example of a...

    For your viewing pleasure; an example of a cracked heat exchanger end-cap. When viewed externally, the crack isn’t visible as it’s hidden beneath the black paint. But once the cap is cracked, it can...
  14. Greetings Mr. Reckie, Speaking from my...

    Greetings Mr. Reckie,
    Speaking from my experience, the most common raw-water leak comes from the front side of the heat exchanger, which is located under the intake manifold. What happens, is water...
  15. You can pressure test the coolant side by...

    You can pressure test the coolant side by blocking off one of the coolant line bungs and pressurizing the cooler through the other. Or, if you think about it logically, it’s the only place in the...
  16. Like Rip, I reuse the intake manifold o-rings,...

    Like Rip, I reuse the intake manifold o-rings, and you end up just needing to replace a few hose clamps. I use the oetiker clamps when I work on my ski, but worn clamps are fine if they’re excellent...
  17. Yea man, it’s not too bad. You’d need to remove a...

    Yea man, it’s not too bad. You’d need to remove a few exhaust parts (the big rubber looped hose and silencer), then dismount the oil tank and push it back in the hull if not removing it for...
  18. Hey man... it sounds like your heat exchanger has...

    Hey man... it sounds like your heat exchanger has internally burst. Does your ski live in an area with freezing temperatures? It’s a cheap part and not too difficult to replace. I have a few spares...
  19. Well that’s great! Nothing else is expensive. ...

    Well that’s great! Nothing else is expensive. Where do you live anyway? Have you checked all of your fuses?

    have you read about the “paper clip mod?” I always paper clip the MSX because it...
  20. Have you checked the engine compression? I’ve...

    Have you checked the engine compression? I’ve seen excessive moisture rust the piston rings into the grooves after sitting for an extended period of time.
  21. I agree with HiPerCo, the first place to check is...

    I agree with HiPerCo, the first place to check is that system IFB module. It is a module that looks like a mushroom, hanging from the wiring harness in the back of the ski up near the engine computer.
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    😆😆😆 around here we have a lot of “hold my beer” moments.
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    Greetings, HiPerCo mentioned you had a...

    Greetings,
    HiPerCo mentioned you had a driveshaft stuck in the bearing... I know this problem well. Down here in Florida I’ve had some that were so stuck from the saltwater you could have sworn it...
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