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    I have one in my scrap barrel that through at...

    I have one in my scrap barrel that through at least two magnets. I'll need to take a closer look and see if any of the remaining are undamaged. Here is a photo of it when I removed it. It is yours...
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    I'm no expert, but I would start by reaching ou...

    I'm no expert, but I would start by reaching ou to Randy at Weber Power. He would be able to likely supply all your parts and offer recommendations on machinery and plating services.
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    I believe Polaris is still offering the oil...

    I believe Polaris is still offering the oil filter. If you haven't added an O-ring or two to the oil level sending unit, along with a gear clamp, now would be a great time to just remove the tank...
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    The three stainless steel, socket head (allen...

    The three stainless steel, socket head (allen wrench) bolts that hold the steering column support into the hull are notorious for the threads galling (stripping and or locking up). When this occurs,...
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    Your compression measurements appear low, but all...

    Your compression measurements appear low, but all similar, and high enough where it should run OK. So I wouldn't be concerned about that and would dismiss the low reading to the gauge or test...
  6. http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachm...

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=459265&stc=1
  7. Yes, I would certainly re-check the compression. ...

    Yes, I would certainly re-check the compression. It is simple enough to do and will not cost you anything, assuming you have access to a compression gauge.

    Yes, the flame arrestor is often...
  8. You may want to re-check your compression. I had...

    You may want to re-check your compression. I had a similar, low 90 psi, reading on a Virage i that I was conducting a pre-purchase inspection upon. Later, when I got into it and had not found...
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    No problem. It only gets worse as you get older....

    No problem. It only gets worse as you get older. Don't ask me how I know...
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    Dubbz, You only viewed the first page of the...

    Dubbz,

    You only viewed the first page of the attachment, there are two pages. The first page was for a non-injected Genesis, the second page was for a direct injected Genesis i. Both diagrams...
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    Here you go:

    Here you go:
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    I'd also recommend you source a replacement form...

    I'd also recommend you source a replacement form Lakeside Tech. By now, most EMMs either have or do require re-building. Sadly, there are some real hacks out there "repairing" these, so you could...
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    OK, you still need to check the current draw of...

    OK, you still need to check the current draw of the fuel pump. It is fairly easy to do. Disconnect the large, 40 pin, connector from the EMM. Ground pin 40, of the wiring harness plug (brown...
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    I've been utilizing the MPI brand, part number:...

    I've been utilizing the MPI brand, part number: 315-0146. I did a quick search and found an ebay seller it by the foot, albeit at a pretty steep price.

    Here is where I've been sourcing it.
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    It is normal for the "Check Engine Light" (CEL)...

    It is normal for the "Check Engine Light" (CEL) to flash when the engine is not running and the lanyard is still inserted. Eventually, the display will time out and go into "sleep" mode, if I...
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    The translator did not perform a complete...

    The translator did not perform a complete translation. Try again.
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    You appear to be on the right track. You...

    You appear to be on the right track. You definitely will have to replace the fuel pump to resolve the excess current draw. So when you pull the canister,you can inspect the pump intake screen,...
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    The Quantum brand maybe an option....

    The Quantum brand maybe an option. We had one member report on it and its current draw was within reason---but I don't believe he actually utilized one. Another member did and what he reported were...
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    You'll want to pull the fuel pump canister,...

    You'll want to pull the fuel pump canister, regardless, to reinforce the pressure regulator. They are well known for falling off and when that occurs, fuel pressure drops to near zero. That and...
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    Well, I wouldn't assume just because it has been...

    Well, I wouldn't assume just because it has been replaced, it is wrong. I'd check the current draw first. That is fairly simple to do. Assumption is the mother of all screw ups.
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    Some folks work themselves in pretty deep. I'm...

    Some folks work themselves in pretty deep. I'm going to speculate the relay was added because an aftermarket replacement fuel pump was installed.

    If you check the stickies, you should find a...
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    The flywheel magnets have nothing to do with the...

    The flywheel magnets have nothing to do with the CPS. There are "nubs" cast into the outer diameter of the flywheel housing. When they pass under the CPS, they change the magnetic reluctance,...
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    Being that you have 25 vdc at the injectors, it...

    Being that you have 25 vdc at the injectors, it is unlikely that you have a flywheel or stator issue. Captain Pete's recommendation to check the CPS resistance would be your next step.

    The...
  24. Here you go: ...

    Here you go:

    https://www.summitracing.com/search/part-type/spark-plug-wire-components?ibanner=SREPD1
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    I had a member inquire about that last year. I...

    I had a member inquire about that last year. I briefly touched on it in this thread.

    One of the things that are usually a real mess are aftermarket decals, such as registration numbers, DNR behave...
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