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  1. Thread: Trailer Queen

    by HiPeRcO
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    Have you checked engine compression?

    Have you checked engine compression?
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    Code 39 -- Fuel Pump Open Load Setting...

    Code 39 -- Fuel Pump Open Load
    Setting Conditions: RPM is greater than 800 AND open circuit in fuel pump circuit.
    What To Look For: Blown fuel pump fuse or breaker. Damaged wiring harness....
  3. The bearings (actually bushings in this case)...

    The bearings (actually bushings in this case) should ideally be replaced as well. But if the used one isn't too worn it's probably ok
  4. Welcome to Greenhulk! Your pump is in bad...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    Your pump is in bad shape. Usually this results in cavitation (the feeling of revving but not going anywhere). Regardless, RPMS will always increase when the pump becomes...
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    -Blinking red light at startup is normal as long...

    -Blinking red light at startup is normal as long as it goes away after 10 seconds or so.

    -Water in hull is BAD, especially if its due to the through hull bearing failing. Need to determine the...
  6. Welcome to Greenhulk! The very first thing...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    The very first thing you need to do is check compression. If the fuel pressure regulator has failed then its possible that your motor is burned down. Next you need to...
  7. The through hull bearing housing is MUCH shorter...

    The through hull bearing housing is MUCH shorter on the Genesis. I wouldn't hold much hope for getting a longer one to work. Here is another thread with some info: ...
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    The next test should be open circuit AC volts on...

    The next test should be open circuit AC volts on all 5 stator winding pairs.
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    Big wrench, a piece of pipe on the wrench, and a...

    Big wrench, a piece of pipe on the wrench, and a rope in the PTO cylinder. Easy peasy.
  10. Welcome to Greenhulk! Nice job on doing your...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    Nice job on doing your homework, at this point based on everything else you've checked I'd say that the EMM is suspect. I (via Lakeside Tech) can test your EMM for you. ...
  11. Thread: Carbs with EMM

    by HiPeRcO
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    Interesting re:timing. Obviously the carb timing...

    Interesting re:timing. Obviously the carb timing and the DI timings must be close enough over your operating range :)
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! Your situation of...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    Your situation of getting it to start only with fuel in the throttle bodies are a classic symptom of too low injector volts. Measuring open circuit AC volts on all 5 winding...
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    I just remembered this thread:....

    I just remembered this thread:. http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=165358
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! Ripcuda will hopefully...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    Ripcuda will hopefully be by shortly to tell you what you will need to do to adapt the FST crankcase. (I recall the turbo mounting and the water flow connections are...
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    S.L.O.W. Warning System (Speed Limiting Overheat...

    S.L.O.W. Warning System (Speed Limiting Overheat Warning)


    The EMM will go into S.L.O.W.tmode to prevent serious engine and or EMM damage in the following instances:
    - Overheating Engine Cooling...
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! The boost gauge is...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    The boost gauge is merely an estimate, controlled by the ECU. I'd start by checking to see if your turbo is seized, or not spinning freely.
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    Bottom port on the injectors is the supply port.

    Bottom port on the injectors is the supply port.
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    Welcome to Greenhulk! Sounds like a failing...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    Sounds like a failing fuel pump to me. This will also give you a good opportunity to perform the MANDATORY repair of the fuel pressure regulator mounting.

    Here is a...
  19. Should be a straightforward swap. I'm...

    Should be a straightforward swap. I'm speculating, but its probably easier to use the MSX140 exhaust components. Not sure what that will do to the engine maps from the TXi EMM though...
  20. Welcome to Greenhulk! Backfiring is almost...

    Welcome to Greenhulk!

    Backfiring is almost always caused by an EMM issue. (I replied to your PM about EMM repairs).

    Be sure to check your exhaust resonators, they can be damaged by backfires.
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    Sure sounds like a bad pump. LINK...

    Sure sounds like a bad pump. LINK to the discussion for the (only?) acceptable(?) aftermarket solution
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    I'd like to see at least 120 and even in both...

    I'd like to see at least 120 and even in both holes. A big discrepancy could be an early warning sign of failing cylinder wall plating.
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    Stock impeller is probably your best bet. Add a...

    Stock impeller is probably your best bet. Add a tune and you might want a slightly steeper pitch.
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    Check out this link:....

    Check out this link:. http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=275104
  25. The Kawi inline regulator is no longer considered...

    The Kawi inline regulator is no longer considered a viable option due to very inconsistent behavior in the Polaris application.
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