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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
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    Consider mixing up some salt water, and putting a small amount in some fresh gas, and see what color it turns after a few minutes.

    good idea doing it now....

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    Plugs, the 2 oem plugs have very little run time. The crud that came out of the tank on the left and the test on the right. The new vent system in place.
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    Point that vent towards the back. Looks good.

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    will do, getting brand new oem plugs after work on saturday. Installing ou812s R&D fuel controller on saturday for a ride sunday.

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    I'd say one more tank of clean gas, and you won't have any more issues. Clean the stock plugs, put them in, and run out that tank...

    THEN install the new ones, and you will be done.

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    Here some pics I took to help illustrate using the seadoo setup along with the stock gpr setup.
    Basically, vent out from tank into a T, then run 2 hoses. Put a check valve on each hose. One allowing air in, the other allowing the air out. Then tie them back together with another T. Run that up into the White tube up under the hood system and that runs out the side of the ski into the white box.
    Big thanks to Mark as well.
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