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    problems on the ater

    so i went out today and at times i would take in water from the carbn. seal and then it would just fix its self, is it time for a new boot and seal


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    sounds like it, the carbon ring would only cavitate, during take off, you can probably do the zip tie trick, but if the engine is misaligned it wouldnt matter if the seal its new or not.

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    not sure what is up when i got to the dock water was getting in and i could not go past ideal, when engin was off water would still go in. went to go get the car and when i jumper back on it to put on trailer it was fixed its driving f**king crazy, got home and took air intake on of supercharger to see what it looks like and now it looks perfect

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    Motor mounts loose?

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    did you align the engine after you installed the engine when you rebuilt it?

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    its aligned u can see that it spins with no movements, i would th8nk that it would move if out of alignment

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    I had a similar problem water comming actually squirting though the front boot on shaft carbon seal area.The ski was fine then started losing speed and cavitating. I had did some pump work earlier in the week. Found out the pump screws backed out (they were snug not tight enough backed out some)

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    lol i read the title problems at the alter...

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    Motor mounts loose?
    Plus ONE.
    Check your bolts to be tight.

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    are u guys able to pull the boot back with one and and take c clip off with the other hand, cause i can so i put a clamp around the boot and cut a peace of hose so that clamp doesnt cut the boot, a friend told me to try this now its alot harder to pull back
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