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    99 GSX Limited 951 oil block off question

    Got one of these oil block off plate kits from SBT. It come with 2 silicone caps to cover the existing. Dumb question but do you just cur the lines off the pump end and cap them there or cut them closer to the block and cap them there?

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    Re: 99 GSX Limited 951 oil block off question

    You would completely remove the oil pump and lines. The 2 little caps go on the nipples on the intake where you removed the oil lines.

    I personally hate premix though. You use a ton more oil, it's a pain to mix on the water, and the oil pumps are damn near bulletproof if maintained.

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    Re: 99 GSX Limited 951 oil block off question

    What he said. Replace the lines and keep the injection imo.
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    Re: 99 GSX Limited 951 oil block off question

    They go on the fittings right under each carb. Dang near impossible to access without removing carbs. If the oil lines are still in good shape use a nail or something to loop them to each other so they don't suck air. Then finish the job when you have a need to remove the carbs.
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    Re: 99 GSX Limited 951 oil block off question

    Quote Originally Posted by ankeneyou View Post
    You would completely remove the oil pump and lines. The 2 little caps go on the nipples on the intake where you removed the oil lines.

    I personally hate premix though. You use a ton more oil, it's a pain to mix on the water, and the oil pumps are damn near bulletproof if maintained.

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    This seemed easier to me than installing another oil tank, which I already have.
    Although it does not seem difficult except for the priming. Old tank cracked.
    Any thoughts on priming?

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    Re: 99 GSX Limited 951 oil block off question

    Premix tank start ski.

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    Re: 99 GSX Limited 951 oil block off question

    Quote Originally Posted by Myself View Post
    They go on the fittings right under each carb. Dang near impossible to access without removing carbs. If the oil lines are still in good shape use a nail or something to loop them to each other so they don't suck air. Then finish the job when you have a need to remove the carbs.
    carbs already off right now along with pipe. so no problem there. Can just get some new tubing and run from one side to the other to close the loop. No big deal. Thanks

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