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    I'm on my PC, using Brave.It looks the same,...

    I'm on my PC, using Brave.It looks the same, except when you make a post. How do you change fonts, etc.?This isn't working right. This post had the above comments on two separate lines, but it...
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    Welcome aboard, KP!I'd start by checking the...

    Welcome aboard, KP!I'd start by checking the battery cable connections. After that, pull apart all the connectors and look for loose pins and corrosion.
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    Who Screwed Up The Website???

    Perhaps this is an improvement, bit it would be nice to tell people how to do things like change font size, color, and italics.It might be easier to include photos, but it requires going to another...
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    Could be. Leave the seat off and let any water...

    Could be. Leave the seat off and let any water dry out. Wipe off any excess grease from the pulley bearing. Check for grease on the belt. A solvent such as mineral spirits will dissolve grease...
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    No winter? I'm jealous! I'd be riding all...

    No winter? I'm jealous! I'd be riding all year!I wouldn't recommend WD-40 as it tends to dry out and get gummy, although we have a member here that uses it all the time in a supercharged 'Ski.I...
  6. Do you carry a spark plug wrench? If so, you can...

    Do you carry a spark plug wrench? If so, you can remove the plugs and it will be easier to turn the crankshaft backwards, which make it much easier to remove a rope. You can grab the driveshaft...
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    Have you looked at the supercharger boost? The...

    Have you looked at the supercharger boost? The belt could be slipping.Is the hull dry inside? If not, you may be getting some water on the belt. Or the tension may be loose, or the idler pulley...
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    There should be a duct there that helps seal out...

    There should be a duct there that helps seal out the water when it's inverted, similar to the hoses in the back.
  9. Don't put the cover on for towing!!!

    Don't put the cover on for towing!!!
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    The hoses buy you time. Time to swim back to the...

    The hoses buy you time. Time to swim back to the 'Ski and flip it back upright. The 'Ski is not supposed to sink completely, but I've seen them get to the point that only the handlebars or front...
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    Don't forget, NEVER run the water unless the...

    Don't forget, NEVER run the water unless the engine is running! Start the engine, THEN turn on the water. Turn off the water, THEN shut off the engine.Allowing water to run when the engine isn't...
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    If you repair the old one, you really need to...

    If you repair the old one, you really need to determine what caused the failure. Usually it's either a plugged up carburetor, or an oil hose came off, or it overheated. Be sure to pressure test the...
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    Yes, you said that you were in Sweden. Sorry...

    Yes, you said that you were in Sweden. Sorry about that.If you can buy a complete engine, that would be easier and you would be certain that all the parts work together. However, you really won't...
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    Thanks, AnteP!Very interesting. Not much...

    Thanks, AnteP!Very interesting. Not much information on Shengqibao, but I saw some 4-wheelers with that name. It may actually have a re-branded Yamaha engine.Where are you located?
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    I've tested a couple units according to the...

    I've tested a couple units according to the procedure in the service manual and never got the results listed. However, the units worked fine in use. I think testing them with an ohmmeter is a waste...
  16. Thanks, dfc1971!Can you post of picture of the...

    Thanks, dfc1971!Can you post of picture of the corrosion? You replaced the manifold, exhaust pipe, and muffler? That was expensive!
  17. I had a Cox .049 model airplane engine that had a...

    I had a Cox .049 model airplane engine that had a rotary valve--60 years ago!
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    Welcome aboard, AnteP!Free PWCs are usually the...

    Welcome aboard, AnteP!Free PWCs are usually the most expensive ones!I'd love to see pictures, too! Pictures of everything. Hull, engine, gauges, jet pump, etc.
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    I doubt that a charger like that will generate...

    I doubt that a charger like that will generate much heat. The battery is kept fully charged almost all the time. A maintainer will let it discharge and recharge it periodically, but you probably...
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    You don't know how the steering nozzle works.

    You don't know how the steering nozzle works.
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    There should be a seal around the perimeter of...

    There should be a seal around the perimeter of both seat cushions.
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    Most of your play comes from the clearance...

    Most of your play comes from the clearance between the steering nozzle and the jet stream.
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    I thought you were talking about the removable...

    I thought you were talking about the removable black bin. I do get a little water in the lower section, but a quick wipe with a paper towel solves that. When riding in rough water I get quite a bit...
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    No problem with removing them--until you flip it...

    No problem with removing them--until you flip it upside down!

    Then it will instantly flood your 'Ski and possibly sink it.
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    I've tried adjusting the latch pin down lower to...

    I've tried adjusting the latch pin down lower to try to pull the door down tighter, but no luck.

    If you find a solution let us know.

    Does your storage bin have a drain plug? I haven't seen...
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