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    Re: 550 SX handle pole spring installation.

    Thanks, I kinda figured it might go that way but wasn't sure after messing with it for a while.
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    550 SX handle pole spring installation.

    Trying to figure out how to install this spring and can't even as much find a picture of how it should look when finished. This is a two prong spring with the rounded end on one side which I figure...
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    Re: Thumb throttle or finger?

    Same here. Friend had a finger throttle on his 750 and I didn't like it at all.
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    Re: Today The Stupid Coucher Said....

    Hey slick stand up. I beached my Yamaha SHO in the shallows near a sandbar and need 3 other people and probably a crane to get it unstuck. (based on a true event)
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    Re: Bossier City/Shreveport/Jackson, MS

    I'm in the Shreveport area and I'm just about to get a 550SX I've been working on on the water. Usually go to the Stoner launch on the river.
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    Re: Revisiting the 650SX electrical system.

    What I'm looking at seems to have the solid black wire come out of the charging coil, connect to the rectifier/regulator in the CDI box, comes back out, and grounds through the black/yellow tracer...
  7. Thread: Octane wuh?

    by Clanard
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    Re: Octane wuh?

    In some brands, the Premium grade fuel contains more detergent additives. But in the vast majority of cases, there is no difference in how "clean" 87 octane fuel burns compared to 93 octane. I've...
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    Re: Revisiting the 650SX electrical system.

    So the solid black grounds the charging coil? That's were it starts in this ski.
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    Revisiting the 650SX electrical system.

    Ok. I've been fighting a no-spark issue with this thing for a while now. Replaced various parts and have crammed a VOM probe into every conceivable crevice. I'm down to just redoing the stator...
  10. Thread: nw LA

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    Re: nw LA

    Shreveport here. Me and a friend are getting our skis ready. Generally ride on the river near the casinos and we go out as often as the weather permits. Say hi if you see 2 guys on a gray 650SX...
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    Re: 650SX Ignition Problem

    I have a 4-wire CDI. Pulled the front cover off and a bit of oil came out so that could be part of the problem. Can everything be serviced with the motor and fuel tank still in the hull? Not 100%...
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    Re: 650sx engine removal

    Why open the box? You can pull the leads out one at a time and disconnect them. Less bolts to lose in the process too.
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    Re: 650SX Ignition Problem

    Battery is fairly new and is maintained on a float charger when the ski is not in use. I thought I checked the stator leads with a VOM and everything was in spec. Anything physical I could look at...
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    650SX Ignition Problem

    Have a '88 or '89 650SX with an ignition problem I can't seem to nail down. I get spark for about the first second the starter is pressed and then nothing. Replaced the e-box and coil with known...
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    Re: Does your stock bilge work?

    The stock bilges in both the 650 and 550 work just fine in the ski's I have here. Clean out the lines and screens and epoxy them to the hull so they stay at the lowest level. That 25 - 31 year old...
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    Re: Handlepole Hold Down for Transport

    I use a nylon tie-down strap (google "tie-down straps"). Run the hooks to the trailer frame or wheel wells. Get them anywhere and they work great. Shouldn't pay more than $10 for one.
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