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    Polaris 95 SL 750

    I have a Polaris 1995 SL 750. Ran good most of last year. At the end of the season it would not run over 5 MPH. It was bogging down. I just cleaned and rebuilt the carbs and ran all new fuel lines. with a new triple output fuel pump, bought my parts from Rock County Jet Ski, nice place and nice owner. It sounded pretty good when I ran it on the hose. Took it out today and was still acting the same way. When I looked at it the orange ring in the water-seperator it was floating. I am new to the jet ski world and would appriciate any help that anyone could extend to me.


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    Floating ring means you have water in your fuel system. Water = bad.

    Empty out the fuel tank, and clean out the fuel system. If you have not yet replaced all your fuel lines, now would be the time.

    Check the fuel filler and cap for cracks or leaking seals.

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    Well looked into it and found a hole in my Mag piston (front) I sure this is a dumb question but that could be the cause of my problem. I also found some dampness on the gaskets.

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    Its a problem. You probably leaned out last year. hence the 5mph. you fixed the problem, but still have the scar.

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    What should the other pistons look like?

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    IMHO--1) good 2) Rich 3) Lean

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    Well I got the jugs off and they all look pretty good the other pistons look almost just like your. Would it be normal to replace the rings in the other two pistons?

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