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    Cylinder boring.

    Hi, I am try to rebuilt my Sl780's cylinders, please check the post here
    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...s-of-questions

    I need to get my cylinder bored. but how i don't have the equipmnt....... if there and special type of shop that will do that? please help me out..... i am in the Kansas City area , can anyone please help.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Take it to a local machine shop that does small engines. Contact any motorcycle/ATV/PWC repair shop and ask where they get their's done.

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    found it $45 per hold, thanks man.

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    make sure they hone the edges of the ports as well. $45 is probably just Bore and Hone. If they dont bevel the ports, you will likely snag a ring

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    Thanks seaobin
    I will let them know that..... for the time being I have another question. I notice that the cone is missing from the propelling system is that inportant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdgod View Post
    Thanks seaobin
    I will let them know that..... for the time being I have another question. I notice that the cone is missing from the propelling system is that inportant?
    Cone missing from jet pump?? YES!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdgod View Post
    ...I notice that the cone is missing from the propelling system is that inportant?
    Which cone?

    The large tail cone that sits behind the stator, pointing out the jet pump nozzle, or the small rubber seal around the nose of the impeller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    Which cone?

    The large tail cone that sits behind the stator, pointing out the jet pump nozzle, or the small rubber seal around the nose of the impeller?
    The large tail cone that sits behind the stator.

    I think i am missing more then the no 16 in the picture.
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    No, you're just missing the cone and the hardware (3 bolts + washers) that held it on...and possibly the o-ring. Depending on how long it was missing, your bearings may be shot as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdgod View Post
    ...I think i am missing more then the no 16 in the picture.
    Do you have the rest of the back end of the jet pump?

    The pump exit nozzle, the steering nozzle, and all the small parts that go along with that?

    Does the impeller turn smoothly, with no slop or gritty feeling in the bearings?

    Make sure the large o-ring is present where the tail cone slides inside the stator, and is undamaged. Lightly grease that o-ring before inserting the tail cone.

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