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    Re: X2 with 750 engine

    Exactly what he says. If you want more just blueprint the pump and stuff it.
  2. Re: 750 ebox in a X2. Where are you guys mounting it and how?

    I mounted off Rad Dudes surf brace.
  3. Re: WANTED : Jetinetics HEAT Ign or Parts THANKS

    I know a local guy in Havasu that has one for sale if you are still looking.
  4. Re: NEW Run of Factory Pipes for 650SX & X2 Coming

    Could I possibly but only the head pipe?
  5. Re: Race mods: Set back pump, front fill, tubbies, trim, etc.

    Custom order driveshaft, stainless steel sxr Skat-trak welded with a plate to bolt 1/2" longer
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    Re: 1988 650cm X2 Hull Design

    Time riding will get rid of soreness, takes time to learn how to ride an X2. Taller bars would work but for racing you want a shorter stem.
  7. Re: Race mods: Set back pump, front fill, tubbies, trim, etc.

    I haven't updated signature in a long time. I have a three open X2 and a stock race X2. All are pump fill, the stock boat without a lot of power chops ruff water better and runs out better. I haven't...
  8. Re: Race mods: Set back pump, front fill, tubbies, trim, etc.

    A pump fill is when you put a piece of pvc over the drive shaft exit and fill so the water flows smoother into the pump. A set back pump is when you use a pump shoe that moved the pump (2 inches...
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    Re: European X2 vs others

    Not many sold in the US but brother it to be only 200 but could be wrong. AM builders sell versions.
  10. Re: Race mods: Set back pump, front fill, tubbies, trim, etc.

    Some guys out as sxr chines on the X2 but it does add lift on the ski making it twitchy on the nose. Every mod changed something else. The best is a pump fill and tubbies, no real draw back in these....
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    Re: Raising and Inclining Trays in 650 X2

    Just curious, what do you have for matting? If you have good grip you can twist even with it removed. I would advise getting high top wrestling shoes to help, they save my ankles a bit
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    Re: Ported cylinder and possibly new card?

    Dry pipe mod first, drill the waterbox to help flow. The search function works great at finding these things. 8/16 is a great impeller and Skat-trak or Impros can help you with that just give them a...
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    Re: Time to go...

    Thanks for all input over the years.
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    Re: WTB C-75 Big Hub cut back for 650 pump

    Opps, I meant Impros
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    Re: WTB C-75 Big Hub cut back for 650 pump

    Why not send in what you have to get re-pitched? Imprisoned can do it.
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    Re: World Finals 2016

    Still not deleted, let's use it for next year I guess.
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    Re: WMAZZ - GREAT technical support

    Looks like it would make great torque, just check rpm on your runs
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    Re: Milling 750 head

    I have had a brand new gauges give 30lbs low compared to a snap-on gauge. Took the engine apart and ran the numbers and it was 220lbs so yes gauges can be off. All this name calling ridiculous. None...
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    Re: Kawasaki X2 stuff

    Pm sent
  20. Re: 750 ignition on 650 engine - confirmations needed

    I've had really good luck with my 650 ignitions. The 650 electronics are lighter and help it accelerate better that people would put 650 electronics on sp. I'm curious if others have done this.
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    Re: The 650sx Brotherhood

    I have a AC racing aluminum pole, same weight. Just install a pile spring.
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    Re: WMAZZ - GREAT technical support

    Boswell, interesting. I'm hoping someone uses the bottom design (patented) part on a modern carb. Cool part.
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    Re: WMAZZ - GREAT technical support

    Are those keihn for a 750? They look like mine before the mods.
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    Re: Parting TS 650. Anyone need anything?

    Engine? Shipping?
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    Re: Sxr steering cable route x2

    I used a RRP steering cable holder of the brace, easiest way to mount.
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    Re: Sxr steering cable route x2

    Yes, around the front to the carb side then into the tube. I use the heavy duty cables because they handle the bend better. I have this setup on the boats, if you need help message me your number and...
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    Re: 650 MSD Ignition

    I have mine mounted on an aluminum plate on the hull between the battery and carbs.
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    Re: installing Keihin cdk 2

    Bottom on the carb is in from tank, top is return to the tank on the pump is the pulse line
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    Re: X2 won't start

    What kind of oil? It shouldn't foul a plug that fast unless it was already too rich. Is the fuel filter dirty? When you crank it over and jumps them dies if you take the plugs out are they...
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    Re: Keihin CDK 2 - Reverse Jetting?

    http://www.pwctoday.com/entry.php?b=304
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    Re: Keihin CDK 2 - Reverse Jetting?

    Bill said he'd check this afternoon. Couple things, are the low speed bypass homes drilled out (larger then 24 thousandths) sounds like the spring was cut to have the pop off that low. The pilots...
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    Re: Keihin CDK 2 - Reverse Jetting?

    I'll ask Wmazz later this week. With a mid range jet I do not believe it is possible though.
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    Re: X2 Front Fill/Rocker materials needed?

    On my tubbie I used 6 layers of 10oz cloth screw in place 8lb foam filled from the inside then grind the edge and do the layers of 6oz cloth strips. As said above, make sure the air is not caught...
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    Re: X2 direct steer arm

    Got one. thanks Jesse
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    X2 direct steer arm

    Looking to get a direct steer steering arm, let me know.
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    Re: RySkis X2 surfbrace

    They fit with braces installed very easily.
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    Re: The 650sx Brotherhood

    Don't use starting fluid, it doesn't have any oil in the mix. It sounds like a carb issue running rich. What carb is on it, has it been rebuilt and are the gaskets good so it doesn't leak?
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    Re: World Finals 2016

    James Gagnon #36
  39. Thread: Me purchase

    by waterhappy
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    Re: Me purchase

    No pin for the hood, you just slide it over till out almost comes off and it'll hold it.
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    Re: Exhaust for 800 Conversion

    It's a pain to do rear outlet, I have one going through at the ebox location. Tubbies will make it handle day and night better.
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    Re: Exhaust for 800 Conversion

    Are you going to do tubbies, that's the main reason to move it otherwise to get less smoke when idling.
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    Re: How much us composites 4 lb foam

    Foam, it will add strength to it and isn't that hard to do. I've used it on many skis, pool noodles are good in the engine bay but will not help rigidity back there. As long as you do it with warm...
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    Re: PJS pics let's see em

    Super cylinder
  44. Re: 650 gasket/port matching..... Is it worth it?

    At 140psi just run 91 octane, 3 isn't much to worry about. Every little think helps and port matching is really easy so I would say do it.
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    Re: RySkis X2 surfbrace

    Any braces in stock?
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