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    My Free JS440

    I guess I'll be learning to ride a stand up this year. I returned a flywheel puller for a Polaris domestic engine and left with two stand ups for free a 440 and a 550. They're old and that ain't too pretty.
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    so the 440 barley turned over. I took the plugs out, turned it over and water shot out of each cylinder for quite a while. I poured a lil 2cylce gas down the cylinders and it started and continued to run off the gas tank. Figured might as well tear it down and see what's up. Oh the inner crank bearings had a little growl to them.
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    Might as well clean it all up and go through everything. Purple Power did a great job on the scum inside the hull. Started with the hood. I was going to go with an Urban Camo theme but couldn't find the flat white so I decide on just the black for paint.
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    used a spray on bed liner where the strap goes and of coarse it had to wrinkle on me.
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    decided to give the spray on bed liner a try on the bottom of this poor hull.
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    Im following this because you are my size. Want to see your opinion of the 550 weight to power

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    going with a P40 Warhawk theme far as graphics
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    motor is back in, needs a battery a throttle cable and choke cable or primer
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    Holy shnikey--you get right after it! Very impressive.

    I learned to ride my 750SX last spring and absolutely love it! Especially when it's hot out and right when I get home through the week as the water is smooth. I'm a fairly big guy at 6'-3" and 260+ and it took a couple tries to get up but then it was all good although I still fall over trying to look cool... Found a clean 650SX over the winter and just had to buy it.

    Looking forward to watching your build. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seaobin View Post
    Im following this because you are my size. Want to see your opinion of the 550 weight to power
    LOL, your signature say ur too big for the 550. I'm screwed this is the 440. The 550 is the green one and I haven't started on that one yet.

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