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    Do the 2008+ FX Yamaha Skis have Anodes?

    Folks, got a couple of new to me Ski's FXHOs and I'm trying to determine if there are anodes that need to be replaced?

    Are their Zinc anodes on the engines or the aluminium ride plates? I don't see any bonding wires internally, but figured I would ask.

    I can see the flush ports and got that, but wanted to be sure if I left these in the salt water for a few days a month I wouldn't start seeing electrolysis.


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    From what someone told me, yes but I believe they said the engine has to be taken apart to access them. Not 100% sure on that.

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    I was correct.



    ANODE 68V-11325-02-00 CRANKCASE
    ANODE COVER ASSY 69J-11301-10-00 CRANKCASE
    GROMMET, ANODE 6S5-E1328-00-00 CYLINDER HEAD COVER ASSY.
    GROMMET, ANODE 67F-11328-00-00 CRANKCASE

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    take a look at #11

    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....LIF.%20/%20NY)

    the 1.8s have an anode on the right rear of the block just under the intake manifold

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    take a look at #11

    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....LIF.%20/%20NY)

    the 1.8s have an anode on the right rear of the block just under the intake manifold
    sorry, wrong link but go to the "crankcase" section and its there #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    take a look at #11

    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....LIF.%20/%20NY)

    the 1.8s have an anode on the right rear of the block just under the intake manifold
    I know you do alot of tear downs. Is this something you recommend changing as maintenance?

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    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.

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    2008 FX HO's have the MR-1 160 HP engine..... Yamaha made the switch to the 1.8L in the HO's in 2009.

    Crankase Anode part number 67F-11325-01-00

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericruiz911 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    take a look at #11

    http://partsfinder.onlinemicrofiche....LIF.%20/%20NY)

    the 1.8s have an anode on the right rear of the block just under the intake manifold
    I know you do alot of tear downs. Is this something you recommend changing as maintenance?
    ive seen a few eaten away

    yes. if yours is eaten up then its doing its job.

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    There is also one on the oil cooler / tank........part no, 6E5-11325-00-00

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