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    Pulled the body apart today so I could really get into the hull. There is some oil residue in the inter cooler and the supercharger air intake. Didn’t look milky or see any water. Lots is salt residue in the bilge, poor maintenance by previous owners. Numerous bolts missing or loose all over the place. Not sure which way to spin the supercharger blades to test for slip.


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    Sending the injectors out this week for cleaning and replacement of rings and screens. Pulled basically everything out of the bilge except the engine and the ibr and gave it a good wash today. It was filthy! Also ran degreaser, a/c coil cleaner and lots of water thru the intercooler and cleaned it up a bit. Got my supercharger back from Jerry and it’s going in for sandblasting and paint this week. New carbon seal and PTO seal are on the way. Hopefully I’ll be wet in 2 weeks!
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    Sandblasted and zinc chromate primered the SC today. Sent the injectors our for service. Pulled the iBR pump and cleaned it up. Replaced all the bailer hoses and cleaned out the bailer drains. I’ve pulled everything except the engine and fuel tank out of this ski and cleaned it up. Waiting on all my parts and seals from GH to get here so I can close it all back up. Removed the driveshaft and carbon seal. Previous owner said he did the carbon seal at 65hrs, I’m at 140hrs now. It looks pretty blown out so I’ll have to check engine alignment. Wear ring looks like it’s wasted too.
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    WOW! It is hard to tell from the pic, but the driveshaft may need to be replaced. You probably did not want to take all this on, but once you do all this it should be in good shape and look what you have learned.

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    Install the bailer hoses with SS Oetiker clamps now you’re this far.
    Another sinking risk eliminated.

    You’re doing good job I must admit

    You might consider taking engine out now as well to replace flywheel bolts. As probably you want to crank up the RPM’s in the future if you stay hanging around on this forum

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    To be honest, I’m just going to leave it stock. I’ve souped up almost everything I’ve owned but with this one it’s plenty fast the way it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt7779 View Post
    WOW! It is hard to tell from the pic, but the driveshaft may need to be replaced. You probably did not want to take all this on, but once you do all this it should be in good shape and look what you have learned.
    No doubt man, I feel like I could do it all over again in half the time now knowing what I know. I’m going to have Steve take a look at the driveshaft and see what he thinks. The splines all looked good so hopefully it’s just cosmetic

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    Well, here I am a month later after I replaced the PTO bearing, driveshaft, oil, oil filter, SC rebuild, pump seal, added a bilge pump and tow valve, changed suspension bellows, suspension spring, FOX shock rebuilt, all hardware for suspension replaced, wear ring replaced. Put it back together and ran it yesterday and for a P0113 code (Intake Air Temp Sensor) so I came home and played with the connection on it. Ski ran up to 67mph yesterday even with the check engine light and P0113 code. Today I go out and run it hard and no check engine light or code. But after 20 miles of running I get home and my bilge is covered in oil. So...looks like I'll be taking it apart again and trying to source this issue.

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    Brand new PTO bearing and bellow assembly. Am I missing anything here? Per the manual it looks correct. But I have a bilge full of oil and my next step is pulling the engine out.
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