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  1. FS 95 SeaDoo XP800+ Many OE and Performance parts

    This ski is in "Show Room" condition. It comes with a single galvanized trailer, Ski stand, Ski covers And clean Texas title.
    The engine is a PPG (Fraizer built) 787 with 15 min. on it.

    Engine...
  2. Thread: 95 XP800 +

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    FS No I don't, I should have inventoried all the...

    No I don't, I should have inventoried all the parts years ago. I had a small J/S repair shop for years and I worked mainly on SeaDoos so I kept common repair parts in stock. I have all the OE parts...
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    FS Yes it does, but, I wanted a stone reliable, pump...

    Yes it does, but, I wanted a stone reliable, pump gas, (92/93 octane) ski that will start easy and idle thru wake zones without loading up. This was more of a grudge racer than an all out race ski....
  4. Thread: 95 XP800 +

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    FS I am near Baytown Texas. 4 miles north of I10 at...

    I am near Baytown Texas. 4 miles north of I10 at exit 800. I want $4K for everything. That includes enough spare (some are not even still available) replacement and performance parts to build another...
  5. Thread: 95 XP800 +

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    FS 95 XP800 +

    95 XP800, bought new (original owner), garage kept it's entire life, flawless condition, never in salt water, 16 min on engine
    PPG (Frazier) built short block (trued/welded crank)
    Group K ported...
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    I have to agree w/Matt. Very good pipe for rec....

    I have to agree w/Matt. Very good pipe for rec. use. Very forgiving unlike a SpecII that requires frequent tuning changes to prevent rear piston seizures. Like all aftermarket pipes though, you need...
  7. Thread: what to buy

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    Just remember that you are on the 4tec forum so...

    Just remember that you are on the 4tec forum so you probably will not get alot of sympathy or support for going with a 2 stroke here. That being said, BRP (and most all watercraft manufacturers) have...
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    Absolutely beautiful job! I have a 95XP800 also...

    Absolutely beautiful job! I have a 95XP800 also that I bought new in 96. It looks just like yours (brand new). I built a motor for in in 06 and never finished the ski. Someday I need to finish that...
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    I tried to looked up the PPG color codes in my...

    I tried to looked up the PPG color codes in my 95/96 Racing manual for the 95XP800 (5856). They only listed the color codes for the 95XP (5857). I am not positively sure that the Yellow on the hull...
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    Yes, and the dealers around here were getting $1K...

    Yes, and the dealers around here were getting $1K over list price for the skis because they were trully "limited" boats. I waited and bought mine at the beginning of the 96 season. My dealer was...
  11. Thread: oil filter?

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    Ski in Signature

    Yeah, after another look at the ski in the picture again, I realized that it was an RX. Still, it would be nice if the ski/motor in question was identified with the question.
  12. Thread: oil filter?

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    What is your ski?

    Since you are in the 2-stroke performance forums, I will assume that the ski in question is a 2-stroke with oil injection. The picture in your signature looks like a 4-stroke. What ski are you...
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    It's not simply a matter of taking a (flat) cut...

    It's not simply a matter of taking a (flat) cut on the head to achieve a specific head volume. The squish band must be cut also. Send your head to a reputable shop that knows what they are doing....
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    Occasionally, someone will have a used one for...

    Occasionally, someone will have a used one for sell or, just "bite the bullet" and buy a new one. They are around $250ish new. Make absolutely sure that the rubber seal on the shaft is tight or you...
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    Yes, it is true, jet drive (enclosed fan) systems...

    Yes, it is true, jet drive (enclosed fan) systems are less effecient as the velocity of the media (water) passes thru them. actually, at very low velocities, the jet is more effecient, but as the...
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    Rattle in Water Box

    What you are hearing is a broken baffle in the water box. It is/was a very common problem with the early water boxes. It's an easy fix if you have access to a good aluminum welder. Simply cut the box...
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    Robert, Most of us consider you one of the best...

    Robert,
    Most of us consider you one of the best "minds" in watercraft tuning there is. When you speak, [if we are smart] we listen. You never have to apologize for anything that you chose to do,...
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    If you are using BRP (SeaDoo) mineral based oil,...

    If you are using BRP (SeaDoo) mineral based oil, then changing to BRP XPS syntheticis not going to cause a problem. I do not recommend mixing 2 different brands of oil. The additive packages in...
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    Yep.. been using them for years myself. I get an...

    Yep.. been using them for years myself. I get an average of 4 years out of them also. Proper maintenance is the key to any lead/acid battery.
    robert
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    You can use any oil that states that it is API-TC...

    You can use any oil that states that it is API-TC certified. NOT TC_W3 (outboard) oils. You will get a lot of opinions on what's the best oil to use here, but, probably the most popular are BRP XPS...
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    #16CLB

    #16CLB
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    The vent lines do degrade just like the fuel...

    The vent lines do degrade just like the fuel lines. I have found that they will plug your check valves ( inbreathing & PRV) and cause over-pressuring and vacuum issues with your fuel tank/system. I...
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    NO! do not use a lawnmower fuel filter in the oil...

    NO! do not use a lawnmower fuel filter in the oil line. Use the correct (BRP/Seadoo) oil filter. It has the correct micron size filter element to not restrict the oil flow.
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    I'm pretty sure that all 96+ 787s have the...

    I'm pretty sure that all 96+ 787s have the drain/fill plugs. I have worked on a gazillion 96 787s and I am sure that the engines had never been replaced.
    Robert v
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    Not only is it hydroscopic, also, since it is an...

    Not only is it hydroscopic, also, since it is an alcohol, it doesn't have the lubricating properties (lubricity) of gasoline. Expect very short engine life. Alcohols do not mix well with oils either....
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