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    Big Thanks to all here

    First of all Thank you all for the advice I got from you guys a few weeks back.

    I picked up a 99 Genesis this summer and never having a Polaris watercraft before was a bit of a experience. First ride out I nearly sank because of a Through hull bearing seal.

    Once I realized the carrier had been ovaled I shimmed the motor up so that the shaft was straight to the pump assembly. Second time out I had a good hour ride then blew the drive coupler. that was a freaking nasty mess. While waiting for my new drive coupler ( came of a sl750 - used) My trailer got tipped up and my exit nozzle smashed on the driveway.

    John Z. came thru with a whole new assembly and was shipped from us to Canada in 3 days . ( amazing to deal with thx for linking me to him K447)


    This long weekend I put 8 hours on my machine trouble free aside from a few sore muscles and some wind burn from doing 40 - 55 MPH the entire time. Had the time of my life.

    A buddies Seadoo was doing 70+ MPH is there anything in the polaris world that does that or close to ? I think he had a super charger on it. any mods out there for stuff like that?


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    Yup... this is a good group... that's why I'm still here.

    AND... I also picked up a Genesis this summer. For a big machine... it sure does turn well, and it's much faster than I expected it to be.

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    Glad to hear you have it running well now.

    There are some 70+mph Polaris around. Several ways to get there, either by boosting the 2-stroke (tuned exhaust pipes, higher compression, bigger displacement), or converting to a 4-stroke engine.

    If you really want to surprise your friend, find another Genesis hull and install A Sea-Doo 4-Tec engine in the hull. You will have the fastest FOUR PERSON PWC around

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    Four seat Yamaha SUV with a 4-Tec and holds 34 gallons of fuel.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...c-speed-update

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    Four seat Yamaha SUV with a 4-Tec and holds 34 gallons of fuel.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...c-speed-update

    Very cool... but too expensive. I have a total $750 into mine.

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