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  1. Re: One cylinder at 0 compression, other at 135, what happened?

    The oil pump being oily on the outside doesn't look good. You should investigate it further. Protip: look at your photos! ;)




    If pistons are okay, I guess you could, but personally I wouldn't...
  2. Re: One cylinder at 0 compression, other at 135, what happened?

    That's what I'd do, plus check the small oil lines. Mine were dry and brittle because of the paint and leaked then my engine seized. I had to replace pistons+rings and get cylinders bored. While I...
  3. Re: One cylinder at 0 compression, other at 135, what happened?

    Top end time for sure. You'll probably have to tear it apart to know what caused the problem.

    Look at pistons, piston rings, cylinders, replace fuel lines if they're grey, replace the two small...
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    Re: Fuel baffle questions

    Magnet can be magnetized somewhere on the baffle board too
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    Re: Fuel baffle questions

    You might want to look carefully into your fuel tank, last time I checked my baffle the magnet and the screen were chillin at the bottom, and every time I pulled the baffle out the screen/float would...
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    Re: Can't get enough of all craigslist jokers!

    Dude probably didn't secure the ski correctly...:no: :pat:
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    Re: Any tips on removing skis from trailer?

    OP said both skis, but you're right.

    A couple of 2x4s, 4 lockable swivel wheels, a box of screws and maybe an hour and you're good. It makes a good wrenching rack, plus there's no chance to...
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    Re: Any tips on removing skis from trailer?

    You can build a rack out of 2x4s/2x6s and winch the ski on it. Problem is you have to build two of em..
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    Re: Battery Dying

    Disconnect cables one by one and see if your battery is still draining by placing an ampmeter (in Amp mode) between one of the battery pole and its cable. As soon as the ampmeter shows 0, follow the...
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    Re: Checking VTS module out of ski

    Take a look at this page.

    Personally, I ditched the OEM module because it was blowing every fuse I put. I made my own module with two relays, a fuse holder, some wires and put everything in an...
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    Re: Let's play name that part

    I'd say that an overheat alarm is pretty useful.
  12. Re: Newbe looking to buy a ski or two with a couple (well, lots) of questions - pt1

    Dude, it's a 9 years old post
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    Re: need code number help

    I don't know, but the hull ID. number does have a signification. It's the 7th page on the link I previously posted (also, the specs are for '88-'03, not for '95-'03.. oops!)
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    Re: need code number help

    It's the model number of your ski.

    A 5854 model means it's a '94 XP, so it has a 657X engine. A 5662 model means it's a '97 XP, so it has 787 engine.

    Here is a mega specs list of all SeaDoo...
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    Re: Battery Draining

    There you have it. Now follow your first reply:
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    Re: Battery Draining

    If you're on resistance reading and both probes don't touch anything and you get an overload (the 0.L) this is totally normal. The multi is trying to find a way between each probe.. if there is air...
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    Re: Anyone have high res Seadoo logos

    There are some pics of colored logos on Google Images but they're not as clear as this one. You can always open with any photo editor and modify the colors as you wish.
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    Re: Anyone have high res Seadoo logos

    Like this?

    Seadoo
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    Driveshaft seal

    Hello all,

    I just changed both seals in the seal carrier. After a quick 5 min ride at the (cold) lake, I went back to my house and found a bumper shaft on the floor. I unmounted the engine and...
  20. Thread: Squish gap

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    Re: Squish gap

    Well I ended up buying the correct size from Amazon. My local dealer doesn't sell gaskets alone. I prefer to stay within specs.
  21. Thread: Squish gap

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    Re: Squish gap

    I originally had the five holes gasket (0.020") and somehow my local shop gave me the eight holes gasket (0.031"). That's a 0.011" difference; so the squish gap before engine seized was 0.049". I do...
  22. Thread: Squish gap

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    Squish gap

    Hey guys, I was wondering; after overboring the cylinders, does the squish gap stay the same or should it be smaller/bigger? Specs are 0.035-0.051 and I have 0.060.
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    Re: Seadoo SPX 95 connecting rod

    Okay so I got my remanufactured crankshaft. I was told to just put 2 stroke oil with a finger everywhere, but in the manual it says to apply anti-seize on part of crankshaft where bearing sits. In...
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    Re: Seadoo SPX 95 connecting rod

    Nevermind the last post. I found out I wasn't heating enough. I sent the crankshaft in for a replacement from a shop that does like SBT; they send a remanufactured one and I send mine. Turns out I...
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    Re: Seadoo SPX 95 connecting rod

    A little update: I got my engine out and I'm currently trying to remove the flywheel (mag side). It looks like it doesn't want to be removed, my puller just bends. I will try to let it sit overnight....
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    Re: Seadoo SPX 95 connecting rod

    I assure you this isn't a BS answer. I prefer that than a "nah dont worry itll run just fine"

    However I never blamed the connecting rod, I was just asking if the color was okay and it turns out...
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    Re: Seadoo SPX 95 connecting rod

    Should I replace them or only if there's signs of wear?
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    Re: Seadoo SPX 95 connecting rod

    What makes you say it's rebuilt/replaced? Also, if possible I would like to not take the engine out if I don't have to. If I can do it myself, what do I have to look for?

    Basically, old oil lines...
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    Seadoo SPX 95 connecting rod

    Hello everyone,


    I'm new to this forum, my name is Alex. I bought my SPX in august last year and visited here somewhat regularly for some advices (like replacing the grey fuel lines). I also...
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