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    Re: Good engine builder?

    Call RD at Youngs Performance Ski & Cycles. Very reputable and honest to deal with. Certified mechanic with 15+ years on PWC, bikes, etc.
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    Re: Simple Superjet Questions

    The WORX ride plate & scoop grate are the best IMO. Just watch out for that extended ride plate, it can catch a knee if you don't watch it.
    Solas concord or skat swirl impellers are going to be your...
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    Re: Superjet Impeller Help

    I am currently running the Solas Concord 13/17 with the TBM system also. It works well but a little slip upon take off. I have a Skat C+75 12/17 mag prop that I am going to install this spring. I...
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    Re: Square nose Bilge ?????

    Not a good idea, the pump was not designed to work that way. Besides if you use the stock hose it will put the outlet below the waterline and it will cause the bilge to fill up quickly if the pump is...
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    Re: First Stand up: What should it be?

    Here is a 90 SJ for $1100 for sale here on the board. http://www.pwctoday.com/showthread.php?t=138485
    Meet him half way and you are good to go..
  6. Re: 91 Sn Superjet,, will the running gear from a 93 Blaster fit?

    Here is the part numbers for the drive train between a 93 B1 and 93 SJ, hope this helps.

    62E-51323-00-00 - 93 B1 short shaft
    62E-45511-00-00 - 93 B1 drive shaft
    61X-45332-00-9M - 93 B1...
  7. Re: 91 Sn Superjet,, will the running gear from a 93 Blaster fit?

    Engine & pump will be fine, but I am not sure about the intermediate housing. The bolt pattern changed in 94 for the SJ and I am not sure if the 93 blaster had the old style or not. If it does then...
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    Re: First Stand up: What should it be?

    SJ all the way IMO. If you want to ride buoys or race then get a SXR. If you want a light ski with good power that is better for all around fun and freestyle riding then its the SJ all the way. Like...
  9. Re: Internet Nerds! Show us how little you get laid...

    http://www.speedtest.net/result/182949516.png

    Not sure if this is good or bad??? Download speed is good upload speed is so so, not sure how this figures into the getting laid thing??
  10. Thread: blown fuse

    by keefer
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    Re: blown fuse

    There are several shops that can do it, JSS is one that does great electrical work. http://www.jetskisolutions.com/ He will replace the old 10 strand wire with a premium quality 20 strand wire that...
  11. Thread: blown fuse

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    Re: blown fuse

    The fuse is only for the start switch and the charging circuits back to the battery. If the fuse is blown the ski should not even crank. If it is cranking with a blown fuse then someone has wired it...
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    Re: What is the advantage of having a roundnose?

    The bracket angle is less on the RN thus putting you more forward on the ski which improves your riding position by centering you over the ski better. A shorter handle pole is preferred by many to...
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    Re: why do some superjets....

    The TDR and X-Metal waterboxes are louder that the stockers. Like some have said before, the louder skis prolly have front side exh. This is generally used by freestyle guys who run this to avoid...
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    Re: What is the advantage of having a roundnose?

    The RN has the 62T case 701 engine with dual 38 carbs with more hp.

    The SN has the old style 61x case 701 with single 44mm carb with less hp.

    The RN hood setup seems to take on less water...
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    Re: porposing and freestyle

    Worx 201 is the best IMO. I have tried many and the WORX products rule..
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    Re: Compression Test Question

    Thats a crazy old vintage ski! Send some pics of it. You will like the power of the 550 alot better. The hull is inherently unstable by design. I started out on a 550 back in 89. If you can find a...
  17. Re: What stunts can you pull off on a stock SJ?

    Get an aftermarket head or have the stock head cut to bring the compression up to 180 or so. Run 93 otcane if you up the compression. Get a Factory B pipe and a Solas Concord or Skat Swirl impeller....
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    Re: 2 stroke Mobil 1 synthetic ..anyone using?

    I have been running the Pennzoil full syn. marine oil for several years from Walmart at $22 gal. Everything looks great inside the engine every time I inspect the top end. I also like it because it...
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    Re: I Finally Got A Superjet!!!!!!!!!!

    Congrats on the SJ, its the most fun you can have with your clothes on!!:rock: Checkout the freestyle action at some of the freeride events and check us out over at the X. Mostly standup and...
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    Re: b-pipe cooling on 701 62T - manifold leaks!!!

    Also, are you using an OEM Yamaha gasket? They have alot better sealing properties IMO. I have drilled manifolds in the past but will not do it again. Inserts are the way to go.
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    Re: b-pipe cooling on 701 62T - manifold leaks!!!

    Maybe you could have the leaking holes welded up and then use a new gasket as a template to drill them back out to the 8mm size if you can get them centered up. Call Paul Lehr at LPW and he can get...
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    Re: Waverunner not starting

    So if you put a little gas / oil premix down the carb, will it start for a few seconds? The fuel switches are known to get clogged, run a line direclty to the carb from the RES side of the gas tank...
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    Re: Superjet 90, starting problems

    The proper battery is the 16-CLB type. The smaller battery might crank it but may not have the same amp hour and CCA rating. It sounds like solenoid is not getting enough voltage or is bad. You could...
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    Re: Private Messaging

    Dave??

    Daves not here!
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    Poll: Re: PWCToday Users, I present to you, our new admin!

    Yep, spare parts seem to be in high demand when we all start throwing our boats around the surf. Seems to always be some bendix, starters, relays, CDIs, motor mounts, etc. going out when you are...
  26. Re: I think I've been put on the "miserable users" list! Have you?

    Still working on the KegaRaider for the welcome home party!!!!
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    Poll: Re: PWCToday Users, I present to you, our new admin!

    Yeah, come on Greg, a few calenders, can coozies, keychains, pistons, cranks, gasket sets, and whatnot is just another tax write off. Send some peeps up to represent the liberated PWC Today. :poke:...
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    Poll: Re: PWCToday Users, I present to you, our new admin!

    Steph, you really should consider bringing some of the SBT crew to an event or two. Like Butti said, the January Freeride event in Daytona is always a great time. Everybody has a good time and there...
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    Re: superjet lanyard

    Yup, what Matt said. When you turn the idle down it effectively richens up the mixture because the vacum on the low speed circuit just went up. You might just be able to turn in the low speed screw a...
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    Re: starter question

    The click you hear is the starter relay or solenoid that is in the electrical box. They can go bad but it could be your starter or the battery. If you can open the E box and put a big screwdriver...
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    Re: Paint work - removing decals???

    Go to an autobody / paint store and they should have an eraser wheel that fits on an arbor for a drill. It is made by 3M and looks like an off yellow rubber eraser type material. It takes some elbow...
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    Re: SBT announces new Site Administrator

    Welcome Steph, :wave: this is a positive move to what I hope to be a change for the good. So far things seem to be alot better, thanks for all the get out of jail free cards. Bring yourself and some...
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    Re: what's the story behind the unbannings

    All I can say is WOW, I am glad that the drama is hopefully over and maybe this will return to a forum that is moderated within reason and fairness without udue censorship. :slomo: :chairshot
  34. Thread: compression

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    Re: compression

    Only bore it enough to fix the damage, unless you just want to increase the displacement. You probably won't notice that much of a performance increase just by increasing the bore .5 or 1mm. The...
  35. Re: was having ignition problems,..so i opened the electrical box and...

    I have heard of several people getting the MSD Enhancers wet and they are ruined after that. I think the water is getting in through the rev limit adjuster or wicking up through a wire. You might get...
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    Re: Sunk my SJ, now doesn't run right

    Worst case the rod might be bent. I would not think that it would run at high RPM if this were the case though. Just hope that it is a broken reed only. Good luck!
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    Re: carb fuel lines ?

    You are correct SIR!. Good Luck!
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    Re: carb fuel lines ?

    What kind of ski and carb do you have? If it is a Mikuni SBN 44 or 46 then the single line on the back of the carb, or left as you call it is the pulse line that goes to the crankcase. The Mikuni...
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    Re: SJ feels SOOO squirley to me

    You will get used to the SJ, get a worx ride plate and scoop grate and it will help your handling. I started on a 550 and it was the best thing back then. I have ridden 650s, 750s, sxi pros, and the...
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    Re: Carb Pop-off testing

    Why not just buy the Mikuni pop off pump / guage setup? I have had mine for years and have used the crap out of it. It is also nice to use as a engine pressure tester. I just put a tee in the line...
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    Re: Blaster 701 Pisser water temp?

    Kinda depends on the ambient water temp you are riding in. It also depends on engine mods and amount of water flowing through the system. The idea is to adjust the cooling system to keep the engine...
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    Re: pinging at idle?

    It would be unusual to be getting detonation at idle. Ususally deto only happens at higher RPMS if you have too much timing advance, high compression and poor fuel, air leaks, etc. As to your fouling...
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    Re: msd enhancer vs protec modded cdi

    Before you throw out that MSD you need to check for a bad plug wire or cap. If you have a stock coil and stock plug caps you should read about 4 to 5k ohms between the caps. If you get no reading...
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    Re: what is pump shoe???

    On a Yamaha SuperJet and Blaster it is the plastic piece that is glued onto the hull in front of the pump. The intake grate also bolts to it and the pump housing mates to it. It provides the...
  45. Re: screw might have gone into the carb, where would it go?

    What he said. If it did in fact get down the carb and it has not blown yet then you might have gotten lucky if it got lodged in there somewhere. At least pull the carbs and intake and inspect the...
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