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    2000 Sea-Doo XP 951 Rave Valve Trimming

    Im going to be rebuilding my 2000 Sea-Doo XP 951. I am going to bore the cylinder to 1.0 to 1.5. How do i go about trimming the rave valves so they do not catch on the piston? Can anyone point me to a thread on how to do it? Thanks much!!

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    Ay machinists that do bore and deck work will often cut rave blades back to match the new jug diameter for piston clearance.


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    It's not rocket science. Just use a grinder (carefully) or dremel, and trim down the longest part.....right out on the angled end. When you see a nice even 1mm flat shiny area then install it and use a straightedge down the cylinder to make sure nothing is sticking out.

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