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    hi! how are you guys???

    your all very familiar here , what happend?? its been a year tho my parts arrived ,....heheheheh..... my parts just arrived last week and i already assembled my engine with the new piston and sleeve, you still remembered my skii ph2ocraft and sealion??? the one i holed again the pto piston....then after showing all the pictures to you....my cdi is not for 780 and my fuel pump is not the triples... now used bmpolaris cdi, with the new triple pump .... and now, i need the wiring diagram for my electrical box because i want to put 2 switch for the limp mode...1 for the low fuel and the other is for the limp mode for the temperature switch....can somebody help me? sealion??? =) i also need the color of the temperature switch wire...because i replaced mine with new one and i cannot located it in the cdi where is the right wire for it....thanx


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    Welcome back dude, the majority of us got banned by the ban-happy hammer that is SBT.

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    Andy, I put a switch on the pink wire from the MFD. This way I am able to turn off the fuel gauge when in limp mode and get full power back. Here are some diagrams of the stock set up.
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    Welcome to the Forum !

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    the limp will still functin even if my mfd is not working??? so, sealion, if i would just disconnect the pink wire going to the tank from the electrical box...this will disable the low fuel limp mode??am i right??? thank you so much nice to be back with you guys
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    Yes that is correct but your fuel will not register on the gauge. If your gauge is broken then it doesn't matter? If it works, put an inline switch. This way you can turn off the pink line when getting to 1/4 tank or right when limp mode kicks in.

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    Andy, good to see you!! How'd you find us, we've been trying to hide from you. LOL Just Kidding, great to see another familiar face.

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    hahah how are you al??? your all hiding hehehe..., finished assembling my craft....ill tune it tomorrow in the river ...wish me luck!...

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    Toes and fingers crossed.

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