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    How do these look after 26hrs?.......

    Could use a few opinions, mine is little rich.
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    Top pic, home-made extended nozzell.

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    Looks a little lean to me....

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    Would lean be a clean piston? on the sides it is a little. There is a black like coating, and there is bare spots around.

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    Looks lean...better richen her up or be looking for new pistons and cylinders.

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    Lean Frank. Damn near in trouble there.

    Go read the post today about the piston wash. It will all make more sense after that.

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    One other thing. You don't have the cover over the driveshaft coupler. This is another reason folks lose the PTO cylinder... That coupler acts like a propeller inside your hull, whenever some water gets in there. Put the cover back on.

    ps-cool nozzle. Is that an old SeaDonkey nozzle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hydrotoys
    One other thing. You don't have the cover over the driveshaft coupler. This is another reason folks lose the PTO cylinder... That coupler acts like a propeller inside your hull, whenever some water gets in there. Put the cover back on.

    ps-cool nozzle. Is that an old SeaDonkey nozzle?
    I used 4' pvc, and fabed it together. There was some pics posted of lean, rich, and normal pistons. Now out of these pics, what do mine look like?
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    [quote=hydrotoys]One other thing. You don't have the cover over the driveshaft coupler. This is another reason folks lose the PTO cylinder... That coupler acts like a propeller inside your hull, whenever some water gets in there. Put the cover back on.

    ps-cool nozzle. Is that an old SeaDonkey nozzle?[/quoteMark, I have the pto cover, I just took it off to inspect things. Oh yeah, shaft came in today, thank-you.

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