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    installing new motor

    As my repowering continues, I'm waiting on carb/ fuel pump parts. I would like to keep working on the ski. Is it easier to install the motor into my sl650 without the carbs, line up diveshaft, install the pump and whatever else I can get done...or should I finish the carb and fuel pump plumbing first and then do the install?


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    100 MILES OF HEAVEN AND I AM SMACK IN THE MIDDLE KEYZBUM's Avatar
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    yup ,, it shure is
    take some pics let us know how it goes
    mattman

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Easier to install the engine, align it, and do the pump.

    Can't do fuel hose routing too well without the carbs installed though.

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    Already ran new main, reserve and vent lines. So I guess the new plan is to Install the motor w/o the carbs, line up everything & hook up the Stator and temp sensors. After that I'll finish rebuilding the carb rack and plumb it for the 3 output fuel pump.

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