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    whats the difference between Di rave valves 947 and carbed 951 rave valves????

    what's the difference between Di rave valves 947 and carbed 951 rave valves????

    ok so other then there slotted for carbon build up and the caps are blue not red, what's the difference or is there? as I know seadoo has a very bad habit of taking the same part and putting different part numbers on them for part sales reasons, just wanting to know, thank you...


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    Hate to leave a post unanswered but i havent actually rebuilt a DI engine nor looked into it prior, though i have wondered the same thing while i went through my current rebuild on a carbed DOO.

    if i come across anything by chance, ill drop back in.

    in the mean time, google is your best friend, thats if there isnt anything here or elsewhere that has already addressed the question

    Cheers.

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