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  1. After I installed my Y1000 I talked to Dean, he...

    After I installed my Y1000 I talked to Dean, he informed me that an additional reflash of my ECU was required to take into account the additional airflow of the Fizzle. So the lean condition is well...
  2. .008 isn't that much, a badly warped deck could...

    .008 isn't that much, a badly warped deck could possibly need that much to true up. But the head being shaved .022 in combo with the block shave could cause problems. Probably the only way to solve...
  3. Are you planning on selling these? Could...

    Are you planning on selling these? Could possibly be a high demand for em' especially since the OEM ones are so hard to get. I had to wait almost 6 months for my set of OEM replacements!
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    WFO has those reeds, cages, and the plate. Shoot...

    WFO has those reeds, cages, and the plate. Shoot him a message.
  5. As you run through water with a high turbidity...

    As you run through water with a high turbidity the sediment can settle out in the slow moving areas of the block. It's completely normal. Can it be said that you tore your ski down needlessly? ...
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    Yeah...oil is key, keep clean oil in it, replace...

    Yeah...oil is key, keep clean oil in it, replace the clutch when it goes out, and all will be good. I don't think any of the modified clutches last any longer than the OEM clutch, but I have not...
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    FWIW....you can install the carbs on the bench...

    FWIW....you can install the carbs on the bench and then install the complete engine assembly into the hull on the GPR's. Thats always the preferred method for installing the carbs.
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    That dome is pretty rough...rough enough that it...

    That dome is pretty rough...rough enough that it may cause hot spots that cause pre ignition in that cylinder. You could run it in a pinch if you had to, but I would try and find a good (or at least...
  9. Yeah, the damage to that head is pretty...

    Yeah, the damage to that head is pretty excessive. It's getting hard to find undamaged heads for any engine, but a few are still out there. Good luck luck with the build!
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    Another update....finally got it solved, and it...

    Another update....finally got it solved, and it was an attention to detail screw up!!!! Pulled carbs, opened the diaphragm cover on the suspect carb, and found the seat popped out of the hole. ...
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    Hey Jonesy! I replied a couple of times to your...

    Hey Jonesy! I replied a couple of times to your other thread. Hit up WFO and see if he has a set. If not, he can prolly point you in the right direction. If he's unable to help you, you can get...
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    Has new pulse lines. Maybe I missed something in...

    Has new pulse lines. Maybe I missed something in the carbs. Thats where I'm zeroing in on next. And yep....I've lost my rear end on this one big time!
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    I bet WFO may have a set of them. I'd want...

    I bet WFO may have a set of them. I'd want original vs making a set any day.
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    Just get some 10x1.25 metric threaded rod. You...

    Just get some 10x1.25 metric threaded rod. You need enough for 12 pieces, bevel both ends of each piece. The length required includes 2 nut heights, plus 2 threads. Or, install one rod in the...
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    Personally, I think sleeves are fine if its just...

    Personally, I think sleeves are fine if its just gonna be used as a stock recreational ski. Once you start building it into a performance machine I think nikasil coatings become mandatory. Side...
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    Just an update on this thread for anyone...

    Just an update on this thread for anyone following. I still have NOT fixed this machine!!! I tore it back down, and it looked like the crank was out of phase, but unless you actually have it...
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    Just a little food for knowledge, SBT and WSM...

    Just a little food for knowledge, SBT and WSM both offer sleeves for the 66v. They are NOT the same outside diameter. The WSM is a larger sleeve. If you are replacing sleeves, the SBT sleeve will...
  18. I used to use the waveater couplers and gave up...

    I used to use the waveater couplers and gave up on them and started making my own couplers out of flat stock. The WE couplers use a simple round pin in the slot, and I found that it usually wallows...
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    I think girdles are usually standard with those...

    I think girdles are usually standard with those heads. If you don't have them, you can make some using threaded rod.
  20. I agree with another poster...this is a hard...

    I agree with another poster...this is a hard thread to follow. Still not so sure your problem is electrical. Did you use the stock jetting for the 66e/67a? The 800 PV motors never had any lean...
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    Saw your previous post about reusing the seals...

    Saw your previous post about reusing the seals and crank. If there is ANY doubt that a crank bearing is bad....have the crank repaired or replaced. And.....NEVER, EVER reuse crank seals on an...
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    Talk to Jeff at Competitive Crankshaft. He...

    Talk to Jeff at Competitive Crankshaft. He rebuilds cranks and is very competitively priced. I'm shipping a crank to them in the next few days for rephasing.
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    Agree with Jeff...Are all three cylinders firing...

    Agree with Jeff...Are all three cylinders firing correctly? Ran across one that had an out of phase crank that almost whipped me. (Not saying yours is, I would just check and ensure all three...
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    Remiving the flywheel is pretty straight forward,...

    Remiving the flywheel is pretty straight forward, even with the crank out. The coupler.....not quite as easy. The coupler should always be removed before the engine is torn apart. It is a standard...
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    Wow! That's alot of fuel consumption! My FXCSHO...

    Wow! That's alot of fuel consumption! My FXCSHO didn't use near that much fuel. A good impeller will certainly improve it some, but sounds like it may have something else killing the fuel economy....
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