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    Seadoo GTX acceleration problems

    I have a 1995 Seadoo GTX. I replaced all fuel lines and carbs cleaned and has been running great. The problem I am having now is with acceleration. I notice it a lot when someone is on the ski with me. It just accelerates really slow. The engine responds to the throttle but takes a few seconds to get going. What should I be looking at replacing?


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    Wear ring.

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    Sounds like a Check Valve on the fuel tank. If these are pressurized tanks like the yamahas its a fuel tank pressure valve(check Valve) it took me months to figure this out and I replaced and rebuilt everything and it was this stupid cheap little part. http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/1221538...&ul_noapp=true

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    Do the Rpms rise quickly and the ski accelerates slowly or are the Rpms also rising slowly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mighty Mouse View Post
    Wear ring.
    This. Acts like a slipping clutch.

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