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    PWCToday Regular oldguy750's Avatar
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    '92 750sx

    My buddies and I used to eat, sleep and breath jet skiing. We went to the Finals every year from 2000-2010 and skied Oceanside, Pismo, Blythe, Parker, Mead, Laughlin, Topoc, and Havasu. We night skied in Laughlin behind the water taxis and even brought a ski into our water front hotel room at the Pioneer to work on from time to time.
    More and more friends were buying boats so these 3 skis have been sitting for about 12 years. I recently aquired my friend's 550 and 750. I will be taking the best of the two 750's and making one for myself then selling the remainder parts and part out the 550.

    Parts using from my ski:
    Motor-ported, SBN46, BCW intake, Wescoast head, 29cc domes, Weisco pistions 1.50 over, R&D timing advance
    Jet Dynamics ride plate and top loader intake grate

    Parts from other ski:
    Hull, Factory Pipe, Jetcraft resonator, pump, Jettrim bars

    First I wanted to catch up on some mods I've missed over the years so I got a PLD pole, Footholds and started gathering pieces for an X2 trim system. Hull reinforcement and hand holds are also on the list.



























    I will run over to IMPROS with both pumps and have them set me up the a new impeller and the better of the two pumps.



    Here's an oldie of me and my friend at Body Beach with Kantz. I'm rockin the pink "Watkins" Jet Pilot suit.


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    Re: '92 750sx

    You are about to have some fun, my friend!!!!
    Happy rebuilding........

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    Re: '92 750sx

    Awesome ! Can't wait to see It finished. Love the kawi 750s .

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    Re: '92 750sx

    Sweet! It looks like you could get both running!
    Dylan


    Yamaha Superjet 90'
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    SeaDoo: 05' GTX WakeBoard Edt.

    as the great colonel once said "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken..."

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    Re: '92 750sx

    Quote Originally Posted by TontoM3 View Post
    Sweet! It looks like you could get both running!
    My hull is hamered and has been sent to jet ski heaven. I'm keeping the stock motor and ebox for backups. All remaining parts will be sold.

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    Re: '92 750sx

    Sweet! Looks like you have some nice parts to work with.
    Im addicted...

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    Re: '92 750sx

    I work for Andrew Buck at Buckshot Racing in Fullerton. Some of you might remember his jet ski carbs and heads. All of his parts have been long gone so goodies for my ski He has moved on from jet skis to building offroad sandcars. A majority of his customer's are over seas in Qatar, Abudabi, and Dubai. Here is what is going on at the shop right now.









    Andrew's old personal car









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    The latest X2 to come out of the shop. BJ Baldwin, offroad champion and winner of last years Baja 1000 drivng the X2 Thanksgiving Glamis.







    Here's Andrew in a video shot last year using a customer's X2

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uoiVtXtS444
    Last edited by oldguy750; 04-21-2014 at 10:07 AM.

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    Re: '92 750sx






    Three 1/4-20 stainless nuts glassed in so no hardware will be seen when chin pad is bolted in.







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    Re: '92 750sx

    Looks like it's going to be a clean build!
    Dylan


    Yamaha Superjet 90'
    Kawasaki 750sx 92'
    SeaDoo: 05' GTX WakeBoard Edt.

    as the great colonel once said "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken..."

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    Re: '92 750sx

    Clean, simple and nothing more then needed, looks nice.

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