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    Definitely get rid of the stock prop , I think it's aluminum so anything stainless will be a upgrade , I'd say a I prop will be best all around prop

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    will do...appreciate it

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    too cold to rebuild the carb in the garage, so i shifted some energy over to the trailer

    the was...





    wheels stripped for painting



    frame powdercoated and ready to go back together with new parts...



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    looks like i never updated this...

    trailer is done. wheels painted, frame stripped and powder coated. all new lights and wiring, new bunks with sliders, new fenders and new running gear






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    so you wanna put $400 worth of steering on your $500 wave runner...

    finally got the umi steering (for a wave blaster) installed. took a little rearranging/relocating of parts to get everything to line up.

    the cross brace and cable holder had to be spaced down to align with the groove in the steering stem (for the bracket). this also required slotting the holes for the brace and steering cable bracket a bit





    even had to space down the holder for the hatch rod/prop so it didnt hit the cross brace



    also had to spin the plate that holds the steering cable to the steering cable bracket. this pushed the cable back about an inch, which was required to be able to get the steering centered. in the end it all lined up well, but took alot of cable adjusting to get it centered and allow for full travel



    on the top, had to drill new holes. the blaster uses the same number of holes and pattern, but they are the opposite pattern, meaning the steering stops end up 90 degrees out. filled in the stock steering stop since i was filling in the oem set of mounting holes. also had to add a hole for the throttle cable and wiring





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    couple last odds and ends

    couple of small mods prior to painting...

    replaced the choke with a primer bulb



    added a pisser (since i removed the over temp sensor)


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    better option for the steering cable...

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    primer is on...now back to sanding

    totalboat 2-part epoxy primer

    gray base hull above the bond flange





    white base hood and hull below the bond flange


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