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ID:	207596What you all think of my dremel skills. Next I have to take out the valves and clean/polish the ports. Also the pistons. The engine got this way from not flushing out the engine properly after being towed with out clamping the water pump hoes! Engine partially siezed. I hope to get it going again with out having to take the pistons out!!
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    wow good luck with that, i can only imagine what the rings look like.....but your dremel skillzzzz are pretty good!

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    keep going






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    WOW, thats a good head polishing (You know what I mean

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    what year was that motor? and How long did it sit not running?

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    Ya I am hoping I don't have to strip the block!! But then again may be I should and get it over with.

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    it was a little more than polishing...this is just what i swept off the bench it could have been better but any head polishing is good head polishing...


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    Dremel Skills Up Date 2

    Here is an up date on the Sea engine clean up. I have been able to remove the valves by using a large c-clamp and a moped sparke plug socket (they are long with holes on the sides). The valves were stuck from a combo of sticky spray oil and salt (mud).

    Since the engine is stripped I want to build a custom header. I want to do it with out a water jacket. I was considering attaching a heat shield to the header to protect the hull and applying Dyna Mat hood liner to the area of hull exposed to the exhaust heat.

    Has anyone tried somthing like this before? The exit of the exhaust will come out of the body just below the rear seat. The muffler I want to use a mega phone from www.burnsstainless.com

    I hope you can lend your advise on this as this form is the best place to find out how not to burn your finger

    By the way I was hoping to have the seadoo in the water by now to fit some new Garmin hardware. The Garmin GMI 10 connects to the engine as a data viewer/logger. I fitted the equipment to yamaha SHO to try out.
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    That thing looks like it had acid left in it for a day. Id be overhauling that thing!!

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    Yes it does look bad! But its a combination of carbon, and a lot of sticky LPS3 Spray oil which is a golden color. Makes it look like rust. I am concerned about some pitting in the cylinder head. The main reason the ski was laid up was from the cyclinder head blow off tube (connects to the intake manifold) flopping around in the engine bay and I believe the heat from it melted the fuse box. Either way the fuse box was melted. I was riding hard in 2-3ft seas when it happened.

    Question is: Was the pitting from the egine over heating or from the salt sitting in the engine or was the engine running lean from removing the air box and fitting a air filter? Should the fuel have been adjusted or does the ECU automatically make the adjustment?

    Karl

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