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    Those 2 hoses by your finger are for the in-hull...

    Those 2 hoses by your finger are for the in-hull siphon tubes. They both should be connected and put a zip tie around them so the hoses don't come off the metal barb on the jetpump. These lines are...
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    The contacts inside the lanyard switch assy can...

    The contacts inside the lanyard switch assy can get corroded. Yes it could be the key switch. It could be lots of things. A volt/ohm meter should be your best friend right now so you can test and see...
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    Hour and a half. Don't forget to seal the back...

    Hour and a half. Don't forget to seal the back of the new gauge with 3M 5200 Fast Cure to keep water out.
  5. Yep, that's the fix. lol be prepared though, if...

    Yep, that's the fix. lol be prepared though, if your riding hard the grips will twist. To make them permanent you need some adhesive.
  6. Makes sense cause the 1500 engine model starts...

    Makes sense cause the 1500 engine model starts with JTT50
  7. I'd say a 15f

    I'd say a 15f
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    You really can't just the mixture until you...

    You really can't just the mixture until you actually run it in the water.

    As for the Groco strainers, go to your local Lowe's, hardware store, etc. and by a pair of 1/2" NPT barbed fittings. ...
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    Those strainers (sold under a dozen different...

    Those strainers (sold under a dozen different brand names) are junk. The filter area is very small and they can crack. Buy a Groco WSB 500, LFS Marine & Outdoor has the best pricing.

    Always...
  10. Bet you never found this stuck in your prop

    Took the jet ski out and as I started it it was cavitating and making a grinding noise. Quickly pulled it up on the lift to look at the prop. Pulled out the remains of a Water snake in 6 inch chunks...
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    Not a good method. If only one opens at the...

    Not a good method. If only one opens at the correct pressure, what have you proved?
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    Time to get it wet!

    Time to get it wet!
  13. Nice. Good job.

    Nice. Good job.
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    That oughtta work!

    That oughtta work!
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    Might call Kawasaki out in Calif. 949-460-5688...

    Might call Kawasaki out in Calif. 949-460-5688
    Just ask them if they can get you a part number for the pilot screws for a 98 stx1100, and what else that screw fits. They won't need to know all the...
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    It's 18 years old, it's time. Another thing I'd...

    It's 18 years old, it's time. Another thing I'd do is replace the starter. I finished an overhaul on an 1100 last year, installed it, hit the start button--yep, bad starter. I've decided to...
  17. They are just threaded inserts, but I believe...

    They are just threaded inserts, but I believe glued from the bottom. Mine is upside down at the moment. I can try and crawl under tomorrow. I was thinking , make a 1/8" aluminum plate, cut a access...
  18. I did a similar conversion... put the motor from...

    I did a similar conversion... put the motor from a wrecked 2004 900STX into a 2000 STX-DI hull. There are just a few issues to address.

    The fuel tank needs to be swapped because of the different...
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    Thanks, but I really don't think I'll need...

    Thanks, but I really don't think I'll need anything from it. I've got the fuel tank, pump, MFD display which I may be able to use. Most everything else will have to come from an STX-15F, or be...
  20. It does show that some of the 130's and 150's...

    It does show that some of the 130's and 150's used the same parts though if that eases your mind some. Lol
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    Should be a worthwhile project. Interesting...

    Should be a worthwhile project. Interesting trick on the primers.

    I'd recommend cleaning the dirt out of the fuel rails and replacing the O-rings on them. The needle valve seats use the same...
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    Nice setup .thats the most reliable way to go .

    Nice setup .thats the most reliable way to go .
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    This should be good. Thanks for sharing. If you...

    This should be good. Thanks for sharing. If you haven't already, you may want to replace your drive shaft bearing carrier since you have the engine out.
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    Yeah!!! Finally arrived [emoji1] 432866

    Yeah!!! Finally arrived [emoji1] 432866
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    You can always get the tool also. OR..... ...

    You can always get the tool also.

    OR.....

    What I did was cut an old drive shaft where it rides inside the thru hull bearing. I then ground "flats" into the cut off until it fit a socket.
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