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    Theres a rubber oring which is what is stuck, wd40 and vice grips...


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    Thanks. Doing that now will report back quality of screens

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    I'd say these are the culprit... Bathing im seafoam now. Recommended cleaning tips?
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    Seafoam does wonders.

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    Thanks. Will rub with an old toothbrush and soak in seafoam. Should be able to water test tonight

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    Clean enough I'd say! Seafoam did the trick. Thanks guys.


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    Enjoy, green is old ethonal make sure you treat the tank every run...

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    pop the screen off next time, they only look kinda clean, the back side is likely to be pretty nasty

    use a pic ( you'll find a circular cut in the plastic, which by the way is really brittle. Work inside a gallon ziplock bag, those screen fly off and go to the bermuda triangle every workshop has)

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    Thanks for the tip Peter! Next time. Probably next season I'll do another carb clean.

    As an update, took the ski out earlier tonight and it is running great! I think the screens were my issue. Now so I think I'll leave it be as long as plugs look healthy. Do these looks alright to you guys? Look fine to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeawardToast View Post
    Thanks for the tip Peter! Next time. Probably next season I'll do another carb clean.

    As an update, took the ski out earlier tonight and it is running great! I think the screens were my issue. Now so I think I'll leave it be as long as plugs look healthy. Do these looks alright to you guys? Look fine to me. Earlier pics looked very lean to me.

    I am far from an expert but the plugs look much better now than before. I think you are heading in the right direction. Earlier plug pics looked very lean compared to these. Hopefully that continues for you.

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