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    msx-150 engine wanted

    Does anyone have one, Reasonable?
    If not I will be parting out the boat. Engine is not economical to fix.

    Any good conversion ideas?


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    Is your engine in bad shape?
    What exactly is wrong with it?

    You may be able to find another Weber engine from either MSX 110 or MSX 150 (same engine) that is being parted out, but that is a long shot.

    Conversion options include installing the 2-stroke Polaris 1200 or MSX 140 engines. The MSX 140 is the same MSX hull as yours, just a different engine shape for the 3 cylinder 2-stroke, different wiring harness, and some other small bits that differ (fuel pump).

    The MSXtreme project in the Polaris Project forum documents what is involved.

    Another option is to install a Sea-Doo 4-Tec engine. There is a project in the Conversion forum doing just that.

    Another source for Weber engines is from certain Polaris snowmobiles. The Weber sled engines are not exactly the same, but close. With some effort, they can be converted to PWC use.

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    MSX Engine

    I have a complete Weber engine (2008 model) that is a direct replacement for the MSX-110. It has approx 20 hours, and comes complete with electronics, starter, ECU, etc. To convert it to a 150, you will simply use your ECU & intercooler. $3500.00 [email protected]

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    Randy

    Does the 2008 version have any upgrades to make them more reliable?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Is your engine in bad shape?
    What exactly is wrong with it?

    You may be able to find another Weber engine from either MSX 110 or MSX 150 (same engine) that is being parted out, but that is a long shot.

    Conversion options include installing the 2-stroke Polaris 1200 or MSX 140 engines. The MSX 140 is the same MSX hull as yours, just a different engine shape for the 3 cylinder 2-stroke, different wiring harness, and some other small bits that differ (fuel pump).

    The MSXtreme project in the Polaris Project forum documents what is involved.

    Another option is to install a Sea-Doo 4-Tec engine. There is a project in the Conversion forum doing just that.

    Another source for Weber engines is from certain Polaris snowmobiles. The Weber sled engines are not exactly the same, but close. With some effort, they can be converted to PWC use.
    Engine was overheated, lost cylinder plating and spun a rod bearing. Unless someone can sell me really cheap parts, I don't think it's economical to rebuild it.

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    New style

    The newer Weber engines are much better than the 2004 Polaris models. Many small problems have been addressed.. I will offer a 90 day mechanical warranty with this engine, and I will start the warranty from the day you hit the water..

    Regards,
    Randy

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    Engine

    Did you ever locate an engine?

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