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    650 vs 750 impeller. The center part is about 7mm...

    650 vs 750 impeller. The center part is about 7mm farther inset on the 650. If you cut the center of the 750 impeller down, you also have to take that same 7mm off the inside of the threads. That way...
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    .....or bad plug wire.....or bad coil....or...

    .....or bad plug wire.....or bad coil....or stator issue.....or.....
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    Poll: Spark plug IN Drain plugs OUT

    Spark plug IN
    Drain plugs OUT
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    12f 15f fuel filter

    Has anybody found an alternate fuel filter with the barbed 90* ends like the oem one?
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    I'm not thinking mechanical, I'm thinking you...

    I'm not thinking mechanical, I'm thinking you might be running on 2 cylinders cause of a no spark. Try starting it on all 3 cylinders, then only one at a time. Let's see what happens.
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    The impeller. I have both here I'll try to get...

    The impeller. I have both here I'll try to get you a pic.
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    Those plugs look overall terrible. Also don't...

    Those plugs look overall terrible. Also don't waste any more money on those E3's. If you want some better plugs try Iridium. The center plug also has no color around the thread ends. Possibly WAY...
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    No, it's how the pump shaft goes into the...

    No, it's how the pump shaft goes into the impeller.
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    Poll: I'm in winterizing mode here at my shop. I use a...

    I'm in winterizing mode here at my shop. I use a 2psi air inflator with various adapters I have made up to push water from the cooling system. Then I funnel in some pink rv antifreeze. Then I pump...
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    It can be made to fit with a bit of machining....

    It can be made to fit with a bit of machining. The threaded side needs clearancing. If you put them side by side you'll see what I'm talking about.
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    Yes, very nice. I hope to bring back an MSX 140...

    Yes, very nice. I hope to bring back an MSX 140 that I aquired and do a thorough job like you have.
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    With starting and idling issues the main jet is...

    With starting and idling issues the main jet is not in the circuit so, yes, the pilot would also be very rich. Let's see a good pic of your spark plugs.
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    Guys, that thread is 5 years old!

    Guys, that thread is 5 years old!
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    I have also heated the insert with a propane...

    I have also heated the insert with a propane torch and just pressed it back in. Then let it cool down and good to go!
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    Yep, lesson learned. No harm, no foul.....move on!

    Yep, lesson learned. No harm, no foul.....move on!
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    If they are tight it's Ok. If you have already...

    If they are tight it's Ok. If you have already spun the threads in the intake you'll have to back up and punt. Those bolts are basically just hand tight to hold the injectors tight against the intake...
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    Rod cap orientation, facing a certain direction,...

    Rod cap orientation, facing a certain direction, is common on all 4 stroke engines. It's sort of "common knowledge" when wrenching. Upon disassembly, if you see no discernable markings you mark them...
  18. Seems to be common on these. It has a new starter...

    Seems to be common on these. It has a new starter because the rod that came out of the block busted the old one.
    See my thread here...http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=258561
  19. Thread: Cylinder Crack

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    When the engine gets hot that crack is expanding...

    When the engine gets hot that crack is expanding and allowing water to flow through into the port. Replace it.
  20. Sounds like you might appreciate what you're...

    Sounds like you might appreciate what you're fortunate enough to have. But don't forget, condition that leather at least every 6 months.
  21. Nope, ours have perforations.

    Nope, ours have perforations.
  22. Our '95 Jeep has leather and we've been in and...

    Our '95 Jeep has leather and we've been in and out of it countless times in the last 13 years. Just sit on a folded towel, never any issues.

    Of course, I conditioned te leather twice a year.
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    Update....we have now accrued exactly 5 hours on...

    Update....we have now accrued exactly 5 hours on the engine. #2 is the one that was all boogered. It started out at 120psi on compression and is now up to 135psi. I bought a good used piston and...
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    Sorry Pete, somehow never saw this. I wouldn't...

    Sorry Pete, somehow never saw this. I wouldn't say there is a top 5. In fact, the only thing I dislike about the 1.8 is just the massive overall size. I mean, that thing is HUGE when placed next to...
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    Well, 1/4 turn of the bolt is 90 degrees. 1/2...

    Well, 1/4 turn of the bolt is 90 degrees. 1/2 turn is 180. Imagine your wrench being straight out at 0. Then tighten until your wrench points to 120 degrees from where you were.
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