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  1. OK, I'll bite..... If you run the oil level mid...

    OK, I'll bite.....
    If you run the oil level mid kink or lower on a stock ski, you might not have a need. I did not have any oil in my can for a long time, but after I added a simple SCOM, the...
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    Do you have a pic of it mounted?

    Do you have a pic of it mounted?
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    I think the best ski is the one nobody rides...

    I think the best ski is the one nobody rides anymore...… I love the XPL.
    There are a few people on the forum that have both skis that you are looking for. Try the search feature and see if you can...
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    I read on another thread that that feature was...

    I read on another thread that that feature was dropped with the new display in 2019, but you get turn signals!
    I look at my engine temp on my 18 RXP frequently, I would really miss that info.
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    Were the cracks in the hull or the top deck?

    Were the cracks in the hull or the top deck?
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    The can does vent into the engine compartment. ...

    The can does vent into the engine compartment. There has to be air flow to the can. My personal experience is that the smell is not strong enough to bother me and quickly clears when the seat is...
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    I put a 90 degree ball valve on my GRF rather...

    I put a 90 degree ball valve on my GRF rather than the screw in valve.
  8. Jerry, You mentioned using the holding tool...

    Jerry,
    You mentioned using the holding tool while testing the slip. Do you normally pull the SC to make the 200 hour slip test? The shop manual mentions an on engine procedure as well. Is one...
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    I use a similar technique with my engines. Two...

    I use a similar technique with my engines. Two or three times during the off season, I spin my engines over to spread oil, but do not start them. I think that is better protection than simply using...
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    That's very good info to have. I store my 300 in...

    That's very good info to have. I store my 300 in a heated shop and only do the air method one time. I would hate to think that damage would occur if stored in freezing temps since the shop manual...
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    I blow my 300 out right after flushing. I rev the...

    I blow my 300 out right after flushing. I rev the engine and blow out most of the water before I hook up the air hose. I have never measured the amount of water, but I would guess that it is about 2...
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    While using compressed air or antifreeze will...

    While using compressed air or antifreeze will protect the water pathways in the IC, neither will remove any condensation sitting in the IC body. It is possible, but unlikely that if the condensation...
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    If your ski is exposed to freezing temps, you...

    If your ski is exposed to freezing temps, you should use one of the antifreeze techniques mentioned. My RXP 300 is stored in a heated shop so all I do is the compressed air at 55 psi to blow out the...
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    The fuel burn of a XPDI is so efficient. I was...

    The fuel burn of a XPDI is so efficient. I was shocked to death by the burn of the 300. The XP or RX DI has the best range of all the skis.
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    I love the XPL and waited 10 years before selling...

    I love the XPL and waited 10 years before selling one of mine for a RXP 300. While you might think that they would sell, the stats don't support you. Most buyers wanted something bigger and the...
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    How about a nice lightweight 130 HP 2...

    How about a nice lightweight 130 HP 2 stroke.....wait, you had one of those! I still doo
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    I headed to LBJ and Canyon this weekend for a...

    I headed to LBJ and Canyon this weekend for a last ride of the season. If anybody else is headed out, let me know.
  18. I have responded to your PM.

    I have responded to your PM.
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    No coolant in the cylinders. I pulled the plugs...

    No coolant in the cylinders. I pulled the plugs and spun it over, no moisture and the plugs look good.
    Its getting late in the season and I would like to find the problem. I'll ride again this...
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    Always crank it before you leave the driveway and...

    Always crank it before you leave the driveway and you will insure a pleasent trip to the lake. A battery at full charge is 12.84 volts. Believe it or not 12.5v is over 50% discharged, but you...
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    I pressure tested my closed circuit portion of...

    I pressure tested my closed circuit portion of the water jacket via the over flow tank at 13 psi. The pressure dropped to 11 psi in a hour, went to zero overnight. I used soapy water to test for...
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    Explains what I needed to know and what I was...

    Explains what I needed to know and what I was experiencing. The I control does not work like a chip or even change fuel/ignition timing. That lag won't be a problem for me and my stock ski.
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    Oil Analysis, Sea Doo 300

    I have an 18 RXP 300. I have a coolant leak that is leaking to the outside due to a weeping head gasket. The engine runs fine, no changes. The leak is very slow and does not appear to pressurize...
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    LOL, just trying to understand how the limiter...

    LOL, just trying to understand how the limiter works, because the ski certainly did not act like it was "on the chip". If anything, it acted like there was no chip.
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    Apples and oranges. The speed limiter is GPS...

    Apples and oranges. The speed limiter is GPS based and will lag until your speed is determined. The RPM limiter should be immediate and is based on the chip programming in the ECU. I am really...
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