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    Sl750 oil injection

    Any Pros or Conns on re-connecting my oil tank on my 95-SL750?
    It was so easy to do the straight fuel in my 785 pro with the oil injection,
    I though of re-connecting it for the 750, any ideas?
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    Does that model year have the variable flow rate oil pump?

    You can check it in the parts diagrams. The variable flow rate pumps have a linkage to the carb/throttle.

    The older non-variable flow rate pumps don't have a linkage at all, just the oil hoses.

    Do you have the parts to re-install the oil pump, or would you be buying an oil pump?

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    No oil pump ,it has been removed and blocked off,
    These are the upgrades that were installed before I bought it,

    Oil pump removed; runs on 40:1 pre-mix
    Triple outlet fuel pump upgrade
    Aftermarket intake grate and rideplate
    Toxic reeds and reed cage spacers
    Ocean Pro Vortex flame arrestors and covers
    TDR waterbox (it's not real loud, sounds good)
    UMI handlebars, Renthal grips and finger throttle

    I also have a Ocean Pro aftermarket head included (not installed)
    I have read mixed reveiws about the Ocean Pro Head,

    I have installed custom sponsons and a splash guard which makes a world of a difference,
    If going back to the oil injection is a real pain, I will keep doing the premix,

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    Quote Originally Posted by skigolfnut View Post
    No oil pump ,it has been removed and blocked off...

    If going back to the oil injection is a real pain, I will keep doing the premix,
    Installing the oil pump, and the oil tank if it is removed, isn't that hard.

    Just a bunch of little things that need to be done to get it installed, hooked up, and purge the air out of the oil lines.

    Is the oil tank and oil level sender still in place?

    My point was that you should check which type of oil pump your engine originally had
    If it is variable rate, then you need to make sure you have, or purchase, the mechanical linkage to the throttle/carbs.

    It is convenient to have the stock oil injection system. Properly maintained, they tend to be reliable. Install all new hoses, and oil filter, and make sure the hose clamps are in good condition.

    I expect you can purchase the entire system, Fuji oil pump and everything attached, for reasonable cost. Then just buy new oil hoses, and go to town.

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    thanks,
    I know the tank and the sending unit are still in the ski,
    where on the block was the pump located?
    I will look around tonight when I get home, and see what all is left, I know the ski came with a box of parts, the old ride plate and stuff like that,



    thanks again,

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    Quote Originally Posted by skigolfnut View Post
    ...I know the tank and the sending unit are still in the ski,

    where on the block was the pump located?

    I will look around tonight when I get home, and see what all is left, I know the ski came with a box of parts, the old ride plate and stuff like that...
    On the Fuji engines, the oil pump is located low on the right side of the block. It is somewhat buried under the intake manifold and carbs.

    To work on it, you would remove the carbs and intake manifold. Then it is fairly easy to install the oil pump.

    I suppose it is possible to get to the oil pump without removing everything, but it would be really hard to see what you are doing.
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    John Zigler can hook you up if you don't have all the pump parts. I'm planning to replace the oiling system on my SLT780 this spring so both it and my new '94 750 will have the same setup.

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    parts

    If any one needs an oil tank, hose, pump,sending unit its from a94 slt750 & it didnt have the variable rate pump no linkage,just pump & hose let me know & you can have it for price of shipping. Also have a single outlet mikuni fuel pump ,needs rebuild
    Take care Brian

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