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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    Nice build, keep us updated! I think you will be very pleased with a TJ ported motor
    Thanks Leo hooked me up with the topend (Thanks Leo).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow93 View Post
    You will love the pull thats for sure! I know I love my TJ ported 1390... but BE CAREFUL when top speeding that large hull!! That is alot of surface coming off plane and can get very unpredictable, especially if you are running a FX shoe and Grate for more lift. Coming off plane too fast (not easing off throttle slow enough and sliding back up onto the seat too fast sent me skipping across the water at over 72 on GPS when the ski decided to take a sharp right turn.
    Yes i will take it easy i got kids to take care of, i ride with my 2 boys all the time and will stay off the throttle with them on it we all held on after a speed run with the stock motor and grate when we got to the end of the lake and let off it took a sharp turn didnt expect that yamaha should have fixed that problem years ago it is dangerous.Thanks Ron

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    Carb pictures before and after..... Click image for larger version. 

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    When i bought the ski it allready had the pump shoe sealed but it was a mess so it was ripped out and resealed this is what it looks like now Jim does great work...... Click image for larger version. 

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    Very nice...I see you went the extra mile and covered the bolt holes. You should be very happy when you're done.

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    That shoe looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mi11ertyme26 View Post
    Very nice...I see you went the extra mile and covered the bolt holes. You should be very happy when you're done.
    Yes i cant wait till this is done i have not been on the ski for over a month this build will really wake the ski up I bought all the go-fast parts so it is going from stock to a 1300 ported stage 2. Thanks Ron

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    Quote Originally Posted by y2grey View Post
    That shoe looks great!
    I have Jim at Jims performance to thank he is building my ski I wanted it done right, after seeing his wifes xll build I knew he was the man for the job.

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    Great Guy, I picked up my jugs from him last year (then had Lowell do a little clean up, cut a head and port the case), also have one of his plates in my arsonal. Trouble is... I spend a lot of time on this
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    Quote Originally Posted by y2grey View Post
    Great Guy, I picked up my jugs from him last year (then had Lowell do a little clean up, cut a head and port the case), also have one of his plates in my arsonal. Trouble is... I spend a lot of time on this
    Very nice its so hot here now in florida i dont ride this much in the summer but i love it, the acceleration is amazing on this bike it was the king of speed for many years in its day...... Click image for larger version. 

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