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    PWCToday.com Is My Home Away From Home fastgtfairlane's Avatar
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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    yamabond, hondabond, i bet theres a kawibond too. they are all based off threebond 1211. use it for the case halves. if you go with oem gaskets then just clean the surfaces and install the gaskets dry. both the head gasket and base gasket. the 1211 will probably be a little more expensive but your local jetski, motorcycle shop will stock the yamabond.
    91 440; PJS Viper 7000, jetsport exhaust mani, factory full pipe, coffman waterbox,solas 17*, jetco worked 440 pump, ocean pro nozzles. shredmaster ocean rideplate and grate combo, wide tray, footholds, deep strake mod, driveshaft fill,650sx quick turn

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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    If Hondabond HT will work I have access to that. I'm an Acura technician, Hondabond HT I a silicon sealer. I thought I read somewhere not to use silicon on 2 stroke stuff. But more than likely I'll use OEM gaskets....

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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    i think 1211 is a silicon sealer as well. might double check maybe you can get a listing of what its made of and compare to the hondabond you have access to and see how similar they are.
    91 440; PJS Viper 7000, jetsport exhaust mani, factory full pipe, coffman waterbox,solas 17*, jetco worked 440 pump, ocean pro nozzles. shredmaster ocean rideplate and grate combo, wide tray, footholds, deep strake mod, driveshaft fill,650sx quick turn

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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    i just did a quick search for you both are silicone based liquid gasket makers for the same applications. so you should be good to go.
    91 440; PJS Viper 7000, jetsport exhaust mani, factory full pipe, coffman waterbox,solas 17*, jetco worked 440 pump, ocean pro nozzles. shredmaster ocean rideplate and grate combo, wide tray, footholds, deep strake mod, driveshaft fill,650sx quick turn

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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    Thanks, at least I don't have to buy that lol... Thanks for all the help.

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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    haha i know right especially just for the cases.
    91 440; PJS Viper 7000, jetsport exhaust mani, factory full pipe, coffman waterbox,solas 17*, jetco worked 440 pump, ocean pro nozzles. shredmaster ocean rideplate and grate combo, wide tray, footholds, deep strake mod, driveshaft fill,650sx quick turn

    build thread part 1: http://www.pwctoday.com/showthread.php?t=331343
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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    Just make sure its a anaerobic sealant.
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    -86 440 with PJS800 conversion
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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    Well, here's the problem... Rings seized on piston. Cylinder looks like it can be honed... piston surprisingly isn't scored too bad. Group K website DOES recommend leaks down before dissasbly to see if there are any leaks. I pressure tested to 10psi and it held for 5minutes with no leakage. I'm pretty sure I ran lean due to lack of carb adjustment. And I haven't rebuilt the carb yet quick I will do now.

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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    Replace the seals, they are old and a leakdown test is next to worthless since it only checks that the seals hold pressure. They need to hold vacuum as well and if they cant, that will also cause you to run lean.
    -95 750SXI
    -86 440 with PJS800 conversion
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    Re: 650sx FPP running problems

    Quote Originally Posted by bandit88 View Post
    Just make sure its a anaerobic sealant.
    TB-1211, yamabond, and hondabond are silicone based and are not anaerobic. Loctite 515 and 518 are aenerobic but not recommended.

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