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    If it's the left pisser it may as well be oil and...

    If it's the left pisser it may as well be oil and that would mean you have a cracked oil cooler.
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    Any updates?

    Any updates?
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    Can't wait to hear the results. You have got me...

    Can't wait to hear the results.
    You have got me motivated to try and break the 90mph barrier with my stage 3 Fzs.
    All my time has been caught up playing with the gp1800 lately.
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    Thanks for all the help everyone and great...

    Thanks for all the help everyone and great customer service from Jerry for getting this sorted quickly so I can get back on the water.

    I have completely disassemble charger and all looks fine bare...
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    You swapped out the 12mm bolt that secures it for...

    You swapped out the 12mm bolt that secures it for a shorter one yeah? Pretty sure you have to or else the original bottoms out
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    Thanks mate, I think theres one at the shop off a...

    Thanks mate, I think theres one at the shop off a 2009 Fzs. If not I might take you up on that offer.
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    Haha I know exactly what your describing. Id try...

    Haha I know exactly what your describing. Id try an aftermarket pump cone. That will fix the cavitation. You will find tho that your rpm will drop and you may have to repitch the prop to get them...
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    94 hours on mine and no issues. There are a few...

    94 hours on mine and no issues. There are a few of us here in aus running them now.
    Stock clutches were lasting 18-20hrs on average.
    Its a no brainer in my opinion. No more ruined days on the water.
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    Remove the thermostat delete and put your stock...

    Remove the thermostat delete and put your stock thermostat back in. I think you will find that is the problem. Your engine is not reaching proper operating temperature.
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    You can remove the anode (#11) quite easily...

    You can remove the anode (#11) quite easily without removing anything else. I do it when I run extra cooling on skis. Just remove and inspect. It's the larger bolt you need to undo with the 12mm head.
  11. A heap more clutches have broken over the years...

    A heap more clutches have broken over the years than chains mate. In terms of sales you would sell a HEAP more clutches than chains.
  12. Put another 5 hours of hard riding on the clutch...

    Put another 5 hours of hard riding on the clutch on Sunday with no issues. I am going on holidays for a week shortly so I should do Atleast another 15hrs and will report back.
  13. Hey guys, Some of you may remember a thread I...

    Hey guys,
    Some of you may remember a thread I posted about me constantly breaking Yamaha clutches on my svho. See thread here...
  14. Was really excited about the new line up but...

    Was really excited about the new line up but honestly I find it a big let down. Was hoping to see the vxr get the svho engine or Atleast the fZ series get ride, electronic trim and a dash with more...
  15. Well I'm glad Kawasaki have a fix for it, unlike...

    Well I'm glad Kawasaki have a fix for it, unlike Yamaha and there clutches lol
  16. Exactly some people get 100hrs and some people...

    Not true. Some people go 100hrs on their exhaust filters. Plus it's only a $100 for an exhaust filter change vs 500-600 for a yamaha clutch lol[/QUOTE]

    Exactly some people get 100hrs and some...
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    The buzzer is located in front of the handle...

    The buzzer is located in front of the handle bars. U will need to remove the plastic shrouds around them to get access to it.
    To test that the buzzer is at fault follow the wire back from the buzzer...
  18. Yeah they've supplied you the wrong one. Bugger...

    Yeah they've supplied you the wrong one. Bugger mate what a pain in the ass
  19. If what they say is true then that's a fair...

    If what they say is true then that's a fair testament that it actually works.
  20. Thread: Tiny tach ?

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    Set it to 720 and wrap it around the number 1...

    Set it to 720 and wrap it around the number 1 coil pack. I just cut the ground wire off and didn't bother with it. Works fine. Should show about 1250rpm at idle. Cheers
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    I chose the r&d grate because I believe it is the...

    I chose the r&d grate because I believe it is the quicker than the riva. The casting is a little rough and the bolt holes are a tight fit but it's done me good for the last 80hrs. I know of plenty of...
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    Yeah sure is. Ski bounces bad with the r&d plate....

    Yeah sure is. Ski bounces bad with the r&d plate. I have a jims cut plate on its way to hopefully fix this issue. I also have a custom air intake to install at the same time.
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    2014 FZS SVHO 85mph speed run video

    Hey guys,
    Heres a short video of my SVHO tearing up the river. Enjoy!

    Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kn8m9IvWuQI
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    Hey mate, Yamaha keep pretty tight lipped up...

    Hey mate,
    Yamaha keep pretty tight lipped up until August on what they have in store for the following year. Jerry normally teases us all with hints and sneaky photos Atleast a month before...
  25. Looks good, I'm contemplating putting the fzr...

    Looks good, I'm contemplating putting the fzr rear seat and bracket on my 2014 Fzs. In regards to the tight fitment I have spaced the male latch up on the ski with washers to raise the height of the...
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