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    300x power dip at 7200 rpm, comes back up at full throttle

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    I've searched the forum for a while but can't seem to find anything similar. I've seen some SCOM related issues, but I recently bought a totally stock 2013 300x with less than 1 hour on it, no SCOM. I broke it in until 10 hours, changed oil/filter and have about 20 hours on it total. It runs perfectly all the way up to approx 64mph / 7200rpm. As I continue to pull the throttle past about 3/4 full throttle, I get a slight dip in power but the speed remains pretty much the same. As I continue to pull the throttle, nothing happens until I'm basically at full throttle at which point I get a surge in power and it pulls strong all the way to top speed at 67mph. I've had 3 Ultras prior and have never experienced this issue. Any idea what is going on between 3/4 and full throttle?
    Last edited by francesco30; 09-16-2019 at 01:50 PM. Reason: Move to Kawasaki PWC Performance (4-stroke) forum.

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