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    '04 SXR running away?

    After flushing, I give the ski a couple revs to clear out the excess water. Last time out after flushing, idled fine on the hose. Shut off the water and gave it a rev to clear out the water and it seemeed to run away.However, it will shut down if I pull the lanyard unlike a typical run away engine .

    It's a repeatable process( turn off water, rev it , runs away).
    Rear plug had good color
    Front plug is lighter but only a couple tanks of gas on the plugs
    Gasket on front carb is warped, not sure if that means anything

    Any ideas? Thanks guys!
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    It only does it if you don't have cooling water going to it?

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    Reach down and see if the throttle arm is closing all the way when you let off the trigger.

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    Yes, only when the cooling water is off.

    Throttle arm fully closes.

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