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  1. 90 Seadoo gts

    Quote Originally Posted by Scoochy View Post
    I bought a couple vintage seadoos cheap last fall
    i did a refinish and restoration on them as you can see from the pic

    I had them out on labour day weekend to see how they worked both seem to run well. Good compression seem strong for a little 580 cc

    my question is what does everyone recommend for oil in these. The previous owner basically put whatever he had in them. Is it a good idea to switch to a synthetic oil (Castrol Outboard or something) or do I just stay
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  2. Can't get enough of all craigslist jokers!

    team ramrod!!!
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  3. 97 polaris sl 1050 air filter upgrade

    I am wanting more power out of my polaris sl 1050 and I want to go to a k&n air filter but I dont know what alm I need to get to convert the filters
  4. Parts for sale 550 750

    Quote Originally Posted by Yamaha785 View Post
    I have some parts for 550 750 Prices are shipped.

    1. Single sbn 44 great shape. 130.00
    2.750 cylinder stock bore great shape 115.00
    3. Brand new pro x 750 big pin pistons .25 over 150.00
    4. 550 start stop switch 30.00
    5. 550 reed cylinder ported. Needs honed or bored setting at .50 90.00
    6. 550 reed aftermarket head I believe jetsport hot pink 80.00
    7. 550 reed cases good shape 100.00
    8.550 supertrapp waterbox 80.00
    9. 550 cover mint
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  5. Jetting Basics, Part 1

    The article will be based on the assumption the watercraft is in good running condition before changes
    are made. The simplest method is rejetting an oem set of carbs with the intention to correct a problem
    or to increase acceleration. The worst mistake is to perform changes to your jetting or attempt "reverse
    jetting" as part of a rebuild, or in conjunction with other pump, and, or engine modifications without first
    developing a functional baseline to work from.

    Updated 11-19-2020 at 02:40 AM by wmazz

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