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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    The only electrical connector. I said this earlier, order the full walbro kit, it comes with everything and can be had for 60-70 dollars.

    Sean


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    Quote Originally Posted by smokeysevin View Post
    The only electrical connector. I said this earlier, order the full walbro kit, it comes with everything and can be had for 60-70 dollars.

    Sean
    Indeed you did, and I appreciate your rapid response. I already purchased the AirTex because I'm going to put it in tonight and locally I can't locate the Walbro kit. Anyway, I will post an update after I am finished and let you how it went, I need to go pick up the parts today after work so it may be late or tomorrow before the update.

    Thanks again!

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    Take some pictures of how you attach the wiring.

    Sean

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    Take some pictures of how you attach the wiring.

    Sean
    I will, here are some comparison pics for reference.Click image for larger version. 

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    With Tape Measure.Click image for larger version. 

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    Before I stripped the wires and attached the required connectors I checked the polarity by plugging in the original interface and looking at the wires. Click image for larger version. 

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    After assembly it's important to check the fuel tube length, I ended up with too much of the pump sticking out at the bottom and could not attach the rubber bushing with the lower bracket so I had to take up some slack and after that it was fine. The ski started right up and sounds good, the real test is going to be on the water.

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    My name is Sean and I am addicted to STXs smokeysevin's Avatar
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    I would pull the pump and squirt some black rtv in the plug there just to be safe, electricity and gas don't play nice.

    Sean

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    I share you concern about sparking with the connections inside the tank. Mine has been running for at least the last four years with crimped connectors and I haven't fried yet. This is the second pump replacement I've done on mine, the first time around I picked a pump that was a little smaller in diameter, it finally died and I put this one in. You just have to be really careful that the crimp is sound and that the connectors chosen are not affected by gasoline. I soaked one in gas overnight prior to doing the job to verify to myself that wasn't an issue either. Been on a couple of rides with the Airtex and it seems to work 4.0.

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