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    2-Stroke There still available new from Babbittsonline for...

    There still available new from Babbittsonline for $560 something. There is at least one on eBay. Search it by Yamaha and part number and by yr, model, multi function meter or guage.

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    Ya, I'd pull it and replace. If there's been no...

    Ya, I'd pull it and replace. If there's been no damage done then your good to go.
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    Lube the new filter seal with fresh oil turn it...

    Lube the new filter seal with fresh oil turn it on till it contacts the surface. Then turn it another 1/2 to 3/4 turn. That's more than tight enough. Most times you won't need a wrench to remove...
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    I'm with myself. Check your mid shaft brgs.

    I'm with myself. Check your mid shaft brgs.
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    Sorry, it's the 3rd sticky down in the Yamaha how...

    Sorry, it's the 3rd sticky down in the Yamaha how to's. Drilled carb return, fuel pressure Ballance. Only difference is you need an 87.5 main jet for the return line for the 800. The recipe is...
  6. If all is correct with fresh motor, clean carbs,...

    If all is correct with fresh motor, clean carbs, it should easily start on the choke with no need for a primer.
    I would start with a compression test. Just because it's a fresh motor doesn't...
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    Go to Babbittsonline. OEM parts, Yamaha, year,...

    Go to Babbittsonline. OEM parts, Yamaha, year, model. You'll find the parts schematics for that ski. Look at the lay out there.
  8. I have used several sleeved sbt top end kits...

    I have used several sleeved sbt top end kits without any issues. I wouldn't use one of there motors though. There assembly and build quality is poor at best.
    As for sleeved vs nikasil. Sleeved run...
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    On my gpr I use small bunngies to tie down some...

    On my gpr I use small bunngies to tie down some of my extra stuff in the engine bay. I carry a collapsible paddle. And a screw umbrella sand anchor. That I use as an anchor. If you have room you...
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    Best to also do the return mod also this helps if...

    Best to also do the return mod also this helps if one carb pump does get weak or fails.
  11. Mack5270, Welcome to the forum. To...

    Mack5270,
    Welcome to the forum.
    To check/replace your oil lines you'll have to remove the upper portion of the exhaust. From the large rubber boot at the front of the motor to the smaller boot...
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    Yes you can put it there. That will work for...

    Yes you can put it there. That will work for towing purposes only though. Move to the other side of the Y if you won't to use during flushing.

    The water enters at the bottom of the exhaust...
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    Pro X is made by wisco or vise versa. Don't...

    Pro X is made by wisco or vise versa. Don't remember witch now. Provided there not sleeved uschrome will fix you up.
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    You must to have matching upper/lower case...

    You must to have matching upper/lower case halves. Mixing is a sure failure. Personally I'd stay away from SBT for anything other then gaskets and small parts. I have used the top end kit that aren't...
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    You could also use the clear braided reinforced...

    You could also use the clear braided reinforced hose from Lowe's or hardware store.
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    Has it been setting? Is it running ok? How many...

    Has it been setting? Is it running ok? How many hrs? Is it still oil injected? Have you done a compression test?

    I'll break this into 2 lists. A now and after season list. First order a manual.
    ...
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    It usually 1/2". Use fuel line from auto parts...

    It usually 1/2". Use fuel line from auto parts store. It will work and hold up best.
  18. No necesarily familiar with that particular unit,...

    No necesarily familiar with that particular unit, but typically it's on the right rear corner just below the rub rail. Sometimes on top of the rear deck. It's pop-rivited on about 1/2" X 2 1/2" and...
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    Best I can find it doesn't come as a separate...

    Best I can find it doesn't come as a separate piece. Only comes as a unit assembly. Take the part number and search it on eBay.

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    You Çant compare 4 stroke to 2 stroke brgs. 2 stroke roller and needle brgs get rust pits and slowly grind themselves apart. Till it goes boom as you say. I wouldn't ignore it. Water in the base is...
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    Follow your flush line down to where it "Y's"...

    Follow your flush line down to where it "Y's" into the cooling line. Then go back the cooling line to an easily reachable location and splice in there.

    In pic the red circles the y connection. The...
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    Dave, I hate to throw a wrench into your ski...

    Dave,
    I hate to throw a wrench into your ski project pointing out the obvious. But with all the water you blew out of the cyl's. You need to stop running it and pull it down for thorough rebuild....
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    Yes, you either tow slowly (5mph +-) or pinch...

    Yes, you either tow slowly (5mph +-) or pinch with vise grips.
    Rather than pay $20 for wave eater valve though. Go to Home Depot website search rainbird 1/2" barbed valve. Same valve $2.50 less...
  24. Charge the battery over night at 2amp and put...

    Charge the battery over night at 2amp and put charger on high (10amp) while you test. Also make sure the choke is off and the throttle is pulled wide open as well. This will give you the truest...
  25. No, you shouldn't have to. If it's having a hard...

    No, you shouldn't have to. If it's having a hard time picking up fuel it may be time to rebuild carbs. How hard is it to start after it sets for a day? Or you may have a blockage in fuel...
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