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    The ski is worth X amount. It cost X amount to...

    The ski is worth X amount. It cost X amount to repair, plus labor. The difference is rough value, to me anyways.

    Recent example, there is a local guy with a 04 FXHO with a "broke piston" that a...
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    Simple answer: Just as Cutlass mentioned. No...

    Simple answer: Just as Cutlass mentioned. No neutral on skis. And yours doesn't have reverse.

    Detailed answer:

    Your engine and jetpump are a 1:1 direct drive. There are no gears and no...
  3. I always reuse what springs were in the carbs. As...

    I always reuse what springs were in the carbs. As long as pop off is still checked after rebuild.
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    I think you are over complicating the situation....

    I think you are over complicating the situation. Especially when talking about a stock ski.

    At the end of the day, a stock ski doesn't/shouldn't need this. And if it does then there are other...
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    Respectfully...I'm not buying that. We are...

    Respectfully...I'm not buying that. We are talking about fuel injected engines here not old school carb'd 2-strokes. If your ski won't idle, there's something wrong. Forcing extra air into the...
  6. I've got a similar problem with a 99 Ultra 150....

    I've got a similar problem with a 99 Ultra 150. Pulled starter apart (aftermarket unit) and it looked brand new inside. Nothing out of ordinary but it doesn't spin by hand as I would expect compared...
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    I'm not understanding what modifications have...

    I'm not understanding what modifications have been made that would necessitate only a change in factory idle...aside from modifications that would also require a reflash/tune to other aspects beyond...
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    I’ve used a screw to force “thread” in. And then pull on that. Same as extractor. Will destroy it.
  9. They are stamped on the bottom side. When...

    They are stamped on the bottom side. When rebuilding don't skip replacing the oring on them. They like to get hard and shrink over time causing a pop off that wont hold pressure.
  10. Pop off as follows...

    Pop off as follows
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=458776&stc=1
  11. Found this as well......

    Found this as well...
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=458775&stc=1
  12. Personally, if the carbs are pulled and cleaned...

    Personally, if the carbs are pulled and cleaned every 3-4 years the drilled return mod isn't needed. Setting carbs to factory settings and doing full rebuilds with genuine mikuni kits and new genuine...
  13. Correct on the rivets. They are not blind. You...

    Correct on the rivets. They are not blind. You should be able to see/feel the back side in the lip of the gunwales.

    I would consider keeping most of your posts in this thread. Keeps things less...
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    Just as Dave said. Only thing I will add is I...

    Just as Dave said.

    Only thing I will add is I would go ahead and replace the oil lines. They were prone to shrinking and popping off at the carbs.

    Also, is the compression tester you used a...
  15. First thing to do would be pull plugs, inspect...

    First thing to do would be pull plugs, inspect each plug to see how its burning, and check compression on each cylinder. Whatever you do...DONT keep running it trying to "force" it to run right.
  16. Thread: First Ski

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    Check oil lines for sure.

    Check oil lines for sure.
  17. Common occurrence for older skis with original...

    Common occurrence for older skis with original wear ring housings. Especially when they are used in salt water. Shouldn't be too bad finding a replacement. You do have the option of going with a...
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    Personally, I think I would've used the Yamalube...

    Personally, I think I would've used the Yamalube until 10hr service. But that being said, I doubt you will have any issues keeping that in it.
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    By oil amplifier are you meaning like a oil...

    By oil amplifier are you meaning like a oil additive? I wouldn't think you would need anything special in the oil. It isn't like the old school hydraulic flat tappet cams in a small block chevy that...
  20. One thing to remember, out of the water the...

    One thing to remember, out of the water the engine will be idling at a higher rpm then it will while in the water. It will also rev easier, quicker, and "healthier". The true test will be once you...
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    Do you happen to have one of the in-line spark...

    Do you happen to have one of the in-line spark testers? These can be used to rule out bad spark plugs and sometimes even weak coils. I've seen new plugs be bad before.
  22. https://www.manualslib.com/products/Yamaha-Wb760-W...

    https://www.manualslib.com/products/Yamaha-Wb760-Waveblaster-760-8661121.html
  23. I have no preference on polishing compounds. But...

    I have no preference on polishing compounds. But 3M and Meguiars make good products from experience.

    Check this out for the fitting and OEM Part number....looks like its called a Pilot, Water...
  24. For the paint polishing. Try a light cutting...

    For the paint polishing. Try a light cutting polishing compound to try and bring life back to the paint. Possibly the same for the over spray area.

    For that thru hull fitting, I am sure you can...
  25. Very clean ski! Don't see too many in that shape...

    Very clean ski! Don't see too many in that shape anymore for sure. I can see now why you want to keep it as close to original as possible.
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