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    Add an in line Aeromotive 12345 fuel filter,...

    Add an in line Aeromotive 12345 fuel filter, cheap insurance and you can run any fuel type with it.
  2. Bad CDI?

    Bad CDI?
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    I've had one go bad in the past. Buzzer goes off...

    I've had one go bad in the past. Buzzer goes off and displayed high exhaust temperature, end up being a bad sensor. I believe it will put the engine in Limp Home mode, can't go over 3000rpm. I...
  4. Hi Thanks, but it doesn't seem to be quite the...

    Hi Thanks, but it doesn't seem to be quite the same as the 2008 second edition boat that I am looking at. The 2008 doesn't have the VCM module. I found a wiring diagram on line but its not readable....
  5. 2008 Seadoo Speedster 215hp wiring diagram

    Would anyone have the wiring diagram for a 2008 seadoo speedster 150 215hp? Unlike the 2007 model wiring diagram that has a VCM module in the front compartment.

    Thank you.
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    I know of 3 ex seadoo owners that attempted to...

    I know of 3 ex seadoo owners that attempted to fix similar problems who had little mechanical hands on experience in which all 3 engines failed within a few hours.
    If your referring to why I...
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    I don't know what I'm doing? Are you aware that I...

    I don't know what I'm doing? Are you aware that I actually use a bore gauge and micrometer to verify clearances..
    My machinist is a specialist in high rev motorcycle engines. Though he only bores...
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    Did you get a chance to ride it at full throttle?

    Did you get a chance to ride it at full throttle?
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    Its a 8000 rpm engine. If its not put together to...

    Its a 8000 rpm engine. If its not put together to specs you'll end up spending a lot of money, only to see it go permanently BOOM with in an hour.
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    Most of the valves are bent. You'll have to pull...

    Most of the valves are bent. You'll have to pull the engine out and split the engine in half to replace the chain. You'll need new gaskets, head gasket, flywheel bolts (Not reusable), rocker arm...
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    Yup. If its not on a warranty... Your screwed.

    Yup. If its not on a warranty... Your screwed.
  12. Its mechanical. it does happen. Just bad luck. If...

    Its mechanical. it does happen. Just bad luck. If its off warranty... Repair or sell.
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    Just bad luck..

    Just bad luck..
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    Engine is gone. Either you rebuild it or sell it....

    Engine is gone. Either you rebuild it or sell it. Its about a $3k bill to repair it.
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    Either part it out and buy another unit. Or pull...

    Either part it out and buy another unit.
    Or pull the engine, split it apart, replace the chain, perhaps bearings while its apart, rebuild the head.
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    Your timing chain snapped and bent all valves?...

    Your timing chain snapped and bent all valves? Remove the valve cover and see if the chain is broken..
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    An ET127 set up is not much of a performance...

    An ET127 set up is not much of a performance upgrade.. I was also seeing Maximum of 192F with an ET137 at 13-14 psi/8500 rpm and 60 injectors..
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    195F through 220F is Normal operating...

    195F through 220F is Normal operating temperatures for an internal combustion engine. 175F or lower will prematurely wear out your engine. I was running at most 192F in the summer with the ET127 and...
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    You'll be better off with a closed loop and the...

    You'll be better off with a closed loop and the stock thermostat for your set up. I ran that set up in the past and the temperatures were fine.
  20. Thread: Coolant leak

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    The leak from your stated location can be the...

    The leak from your stated location can be the weep hole from the water pump, oil cooler hoses or head gasket.
  21. Thread: Coolant leak

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    I bought a thermostat housing with all the hoses...

    I bought a thermostat housing with all the hoses attached, including the oil cooler for my second, back up engine. All Oetiker clamps from factory off a 2014 unit. The 2 x oetiker clamps on the oil...
  22. Thread: Coolant leak

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    The oil cooler is right under the air intake...

    The oil cooler is right under the air intake manifold. Perhaps a loose clamp on the oil cooler..
  23. Throw in an Aeromotive 12345 in line fuel filter...

    Throw in an Aeromotive 12345 in line fuel filter as cheap insurance as well.
  24. Thread: Salt water

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    They are built for salt water use. Spray down the...

    They are built for salt water use. Spray down the engine with BRP anti corrosion spray (all metal parts, bolts, bolt heads, except the carbon ring.) Flush it and hose it down after use with fresh...
  25. Thread: Salt water

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    Spray down the engine (all bolts, metal parts)...

    Spray down the engine (all bolts, metal parts) with brp anti corrosion spray. Hose it down and flush it with fresh water after using it. I'll usually take it to a lake as well after salt water usage.
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