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    Re: My gas soaked fuel sending unit fix

    The fuel lines did not fill. Just not buoyant enough I guess. These floated in water perfectly before modifying but sank like a rock in fuel. I'd never seen anything like it before. Live and learn.
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    Re: My gas soaked fuel sending unit fix

    Actually I should probably remove this post. My floats still sink in gasoline. I thought this was a clever fix, but it ended up being a clever fail. I ended up just zip tieing my bottom float up for...
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    My gas soaked fuel sending unit fix

    So I found out my fuel sending unit floats on my 98 1100 STX were gas saturated. They'd float in water but not in gas. So I racked my brains trying to figure out how to get them to float again and...
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    Re: Drying out wet cylinders? 787 XP

    It's a new battery and I even had the charger on it. Yes original white Denso starter. I haven't tried turning it over by hand with the plugs installed. I don't know any history on this ski, I know...
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    Drying out wet cylinders? 787 XP

    So I got a 1996 XP that has been sitting for 10 years. First thing I did was pull the plugs and put some oil in there and let sit for a few days. When I installed the new battery and cranked the...
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    Re: Confusing fuel sending unit issue

    Thank you for that. I never knew that. Is there a material that won't get eaten by gas (cork, rubber, ??) that I could wrap the floats with? There's plenty of room to wrap a buoyant material around...
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    Confusing fuel sending unit issue

    I have a 1998 1100 STX. The gas gauge wasn't working. So I pulled out the sending unit. It didn't look too bad, but I removed the clips and cleaned the rod all up pretty. All floats move smooth and...
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    Re: 1998 1100 STX low end power issue

    Is there still a genuine rebuild kit for the CV carbs?
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    Re: 1998 1100 STX low end power issue

    John Z Thank you. I'm sure it's a generic fuel filter on it. I did try switching from reserve to on and it made no difference. There is very little resistance when turning the fuel selector knob. I...
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    1998 1100 STX low end power issue

    I recently bought a 1998 STX 1100. I took it out last night for the first time. This thing runs and idles great out of the water, but when in water it idles fine but you have to really work/feather...
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