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    oil block off

    On my 92 sl650, can I just disconnect and block all oil lines and leave the pump in place and go with premix?


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    44 I'm not sure on this one as I've never checked BUT if the pump is lubricated through the supplied oil in the tank and it's no longer there, it seems the pump would go dry and seize.

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    I would say it's a better bet to just use a block off plate instead of risking pump seizure as h2o just stated... like him I would think the pump is lubricated internally by oil... spinning at 6000+ RPM with no lubrication seems like a bad idea

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    Hey does any one have a oicture of how and where to put a block off plate for the oil I just don't like the idea of relying on that pump. i know Beerdart will have a pic HEHE

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    I am sure someone will have some better pics.

    It is located just under the carbs near the PTO cyclinder. It requires two allen head bolts to be removed. You will also need to remove the shaft and sping that sits inside the case. I belive you can remove it with the carbs on, but it will not be easy. I hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by explude View Post
    Hey does any one have a oicture of how and where to put a block off plate for the oil I just don't like the idea of relying on that pump. i know Beerdart will have a pic HEHE
    If it's for the boat in your profile, (1999 SLX) then it's located in front on the mag cover.



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    Here's a picture off a Domestic engine with the cooling plate in place.


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