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    If you’re leaking fuel near the rear of the engine, you either have a broken fuel rail, bad fuel line quick-connector, leaking injector o-ring, or possibly an issue with your fuel pressure regulator...
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    That's not the back seat! One more pointer to...

    That's not the back seat!

    One more pointer to glean from the pic: get the right ball mount... trailer should be towed level.
  3. My first guess would be you have contaminated...

    My first guess would be you have contaminated fuel and the the intake screen to the fuel pump is restricted/clogged. See this thread.

    Normally, this would be somewhat simple to check by a fuel...
  4. I'd probably go a different route. I always like...

    I'd probably go a different route. I always like to avoid modifications that prevent component swap outs or can consume an incredible amount of time of a future service by someone who is unaware of...
  5. Sticky: I just wanted to alleviate some of the paranoia...

    I just wanted to alleviate some of the paranoia about "blowing seals". Sure, as a general rule, please slow-down and go-easy when back-pressure builds in the grease gun - its a good indicator the IB...
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    Congrats on the new ski. Your ski isn't going any...

    Congrats on the new ski. Your ski isn't going any faster until you reflash the ECU to remove the speed limiter. With the MaptunerX, you can reflash it with the bone stock tune which removes the...
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    Understood and no the tongue is maybe 1/8 inch...

    Understood and no the tongue is maybe 1/8 inch higher than the tail on level ground with me and all my gear in the car. Not as big of a deal towing light weight like this as it would be if this was a...
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    Just a simple thanks

    First post. Awesome site, thanks for everything! Helped a ton troubleshooting my Virage.

    Have a 2002 Virage 800 DI that has been sitting for 3-4 years. Had trouble randomly dying before it was...
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    I stopped at my warehouse this morning and picked...

    I stopped at my warehouse this morning and picked up a nylon head piece. I also stopped at the hardware store and purchased some additional hose barbs. I have tapped the head piece and installed...
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    In almost 30 years as a first-responder...

    In almost 30 years as a first-responder (including time spent at Ground Zero and working in an area that was devastated by Superstorm Sandy), I've never seen anything like this. Hospitals have beds...
  11. Sticky: Thanks for the write up. Going to do this project...

    Thanks for the write up. Going to do this project on my 2016 fx svho. I think I found a better fitting if going the threaded hose route. Alemite 310912.
    ...
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    Greetings, HiPerCo mentioned you had a...

    Greetings,
    HiPerCo mentioned you had a driveshaft stuck in the bearing... I know this problem well. Down here in Florida I’ve had some that were so stuck from the saltwater you could have sworn it...
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    It's pretty common for folks to install a...

    It's pretty common for folks to install a dedicated pisser on the EMM exit water line. Then you can visually verify water flow.
  14. I think he gas tank is 15.5 gallons. But if you...

    I think he gas tank is 15.5 gallons. But if you are pre mixing I would mix the fuel in a container and add it to the tank so you always get a consistent mix ratio.

    I would not change any Polaris...
  15. Well.... Yamaha don't use a BOV because the...

    Well....

    Yamaha don't use a BOV because the SVHO setup dont need it.. so as far as there is no need, there is no need also to increase cost.

    Yamaha Supercharge (HKS) works pretty much like a...
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    That’s excellent news! Let us know if you need advice with the swap. It’s not all too bad, you just need to dive in. I’d say that knowing that you possibly stored them nose-down is a good thing......
  17. If you winterized the ski... did you winterize...

    If you winterized the ski... did you winterize the raw water circuit somehow? If not, was the ski stored with a nose-down attitude? If yes, it’s common that the heat exchanger gets popped from raw...
  18. You want the winch strap to pull the nose of the...

    You want the winch strap to pull the nose of the ski DOWN onto the roller. That way the front of the ski does not move up and down. The front of the ski moving up and down is what causes rear straps...
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    I guess it’s time like this you find that none of...

    I guess it’s time like this you find that none of us are that different than than the other. No matter your political views or citizenship. We all will deal with this before it’s over. More people...
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    Those EZ Lube type of hubs are a great way to...

    Those EZ Lube type of hubs are a great way to ruin your bearings. Yes, it makes it easier to push the water out with the addition of new grease, but it makes much more sense to not let the water get...
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    You guys are killing me, lol. Are you my missing...

    You guys are killing me, lol. Are you my missing my offer to sell a rebuilt EMM with warranty :). And FWIW I have repaired many #9999 EMMs ;)
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    Gratitude .... (and a Reminder!)

    Just wanna thank this ”Towing & Trailers” forum and several of you in particular for helping keep me “honest” as far as diligence when it comes to our several Triton pwc trailers!

    Too windy and...
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    The black wire at the 12 pin connecter for MFI.

    The black wire at the 12 pin connecter for MFI.
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    The Polaris PWC knowledge pages... in case you...

    The Polaris PWC knowledge pages... in case you haven't seen it yet

    http://polarispwcknowledge.shorturl.com/

    Cheers!
  25. Sticky: This info was spot on for the repairs to my MFD...

    This info was spot on for the repairs to my MFD here is a tip to see how deep you cut and I used a fine tooth Japanese flush cut saw to do the job. I used a work light up against the clear face to...
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