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    Oil block off doesnt fit!?

    I received today my oil block off plate from WSM Performance and I went to install it... But the insert doesn't fit in the oil pump hole!? Do I have to hammer it in? Maybe the insert doesn't go in the hole and the plate just go flush..? Did anybody have that problem!?

    Here's a picture...



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    Come on! 16 views...no reply to any of my post...!?

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    honestly I dont know...but these are cookie cutter items. it may need a bit of filing to make it fit and seal

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    Turn it over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by falconflyer04 View Post
    Come on! 16 views...no reply to any of my post...!?
    Wow, you almost let it go a whole day

    I know you've been a member since May but it may take some time for a ski that is old enough to drive.

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    Yah sorry I was a little bit impatient...my bad!

    The ski is not gonna be ready for this summer, I am completely rebuilding it and getting it repainted... Also, since I am a student, I can't afford all the parts I need at the same time, so I am taking my time on this to get it perfectly ready for next summer!

    -->waterworx; If I turn it over, is there a gasket I can buy to let the block off sit on it or do I have to seal it with some kind of silicone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by falconflyer04 View Post
    If I turn it over, is there a gasket I can buy to let the block off sit on it or do I have to seal it with some kind of silicone?
    you can use ultra black rtv sealant (napa has it)

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    Thanks steach!
    No need to install any gasket or o-ring with the sealant right?

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    Out of curiosity, why can't the power just be cut to the oil injector and then leave everything installed without the need for a block off?

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    I just received a WSM block off plate and it did not fit, there was a 720 block off in a 800/951 bag. I had to reorder the block off kit. Pics for future reference.

    720 is elongated
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