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    Seadoo XP waterbox dimensions

    If anyone has one of the purple waterboxes from a mid 90s xp ( I am looking at a 587 twin box to swap into my standup), can you measure it for me and get me the approximate dimensions?

    I need...
  2. Hood Repair and Wax Racing Goodies 1 (Wax on in...

    Hood Repair and Wax Racing Goodies 1 (Wax on in the hood brah)

    Not a whole lot to report but I am getting back to working on the ski. My wax racing parts came in after the corona delays and they...
  3. There is a stainless insert inside the corroded...

    There is a stainless insert inside the corroded aluminum ring that you could pop out and measure to cut a solid aluminum part as a replacement for the whole end assembly.

    Alternatively, you could...
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    I think part of what makes it so surprising is...

    I think part of what makes it so surprising is that the run looked almost effortless and other than the hugeass turbo, the ski looked mostly stock at least to a dirty kawi guy.

    I don't know enough...
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_M12 "For...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_M12

    "For 1986, the M12 was upgraded into the M12/13/1. This version was claimed to have produced a maximum output of 1,400 hp (1,044 kW) in qualifying trim,...
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    Please put a bar pad on the steering stem, not...

    Please put a bar pad on the steering stem, not running one is a quick way to eat your teeth.

    As far as fuel gauge, I installed a hardin marine autocal sending unit and ran an autometer gauge on...
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    I would love more details on what was used for...

    I would love more details on what was used for sefety equipment. 80+ is enough to get hurt real bad if something goes wrong, 135 without a chute is probably a death sentence.

    Sean
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    Check the big terminal block connections, they...

    Check the big terminal block connections, they look like big square electrical connectors with plugs on them.

    There are brown, light grey, dark grey, and black ones.

    Sean
  9. Have you checked the terminal block connectors...

    Have you checked the terminal block connectors for signs of corrosion? Specifically the dark grey ones with the bundles of black wires?

    I don't remember if the stock ecu is a ground switched or...
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    You may have gotten lucky then. Just keep an eye...

    You may have gotten lucky then. Just keep an eye on it, milkshakes are no bueno for motors.

    Sean
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    Bilge water mixing with the oil in the "open...

    Bilge water mixing with the oil in the "open concept oil pan" is what I would guess. Its probably worth flushing the oil system a few times to make sure you get all the contaminates out of the...
  12. I don't recall seeing the cranking advance but...

    I don't recall seeing the cranking advance but its been a while since I messed with it and I didn't have a full mask for the map file so I may not have that function defined.

    As for my standalone...
  13. That is what I did on my na 15f build. It made a...

    That is what I did on my na 15f build. It made a huge difference.

    Sean
  14. To elaborate, I also compated the tune file from...

    To elaborate, I also compated the tune file from ecu 1 with one from a known good riva ecu I had saved previously and it matched, the good file was flashed to a new oe ecu and checked again...
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    Check the fuel pressure. If the pump was bad,...

    Check the fuel pressure. If the pump was bad, odds are the regulator is also bad.

    As for spark, if you swap the coils from 1 and 4 to 2 and 3 (both the spark plug side and the harness side of the...
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    I have started putting a slight smear of...

    I have started putting a slight smear of dielectric grease on the contact points between the starter and block and where the ground connection mounts to the starter. Can't comment long term but after...
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    Pull the starter off the block and clean the...

    Pull the starter off the block and clean the mounting pads, also clean the ground connections and 12v+ connections.

    Sean
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    I saw that you replaced the fuel pump, did you...

    I saw that you replaced the fuel pump, did you check the fuel pressure when you did that?

    Compression on number 1 is 50psi down from the rest, do you have access to a borescope?

    Sean
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    Have you measured the voltage of the battery when...

    Have you measured the voltage of the battery when it acts up?

    Sean
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    Don't pull the tps off the throttle body. If you...

    Don't pull the tps off the throttle body. If you remove it, you need a special tool to reset it properly.

    You can swap the entire throttle body and it will be fine.

    Sean
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    Plate does nothing when you aren't on plane. I...

    Plate does nothing when you aren't on plane. I have tried the stock plate, r&d and stx-r stock plate and none did anything unless I was above no wake speed.

    The wedge might do something, I can't...
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    Trimming the hump made a huge difference on my na...

    Trimming the hump made a huge difference on my na build with the 155mm pump, I never tried it on a 148 though.

    Sean
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    One is for the oil pan, the other is in the...

    One is for the oil pan, the other is in the exhaust manifold.

    Sean
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    That is a hell of a trip, what were the water...

    That is a hell of a trip, what were the water conditions like?

    Sean
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    I currently have lag bolts on my bunks (doubled...

    I currently have lag bolts on my bunks (doubled up 2x4) and they eventually get loose, mine need to be swapped for real bolts.

    Sean
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