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    Kentucky northern Tennessee Grenn Hulk members help

    If there is any one that lives in Kentucky or northern Tennessee area that has experience with pulling seadoo motors. I'm new to the 4-tec and could some help. I have build 400+ whp cars so I know what I am doing to a extent I do have a FSM and started pulling it apart with everything labeled. Just looking for a little help


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    With your automotive experiance get yourself a "factory" service manual and you will need a couple of the special tools listed in the manual and you won't have any problems with this motor!!! Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by suck my wake View Post
    With your automotive experiance get yourself a "factory" service manual and you will need a couple of the special tools listed in the manual and you won't have any problems with this motor!!! Good Luck
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    Start by removing the C clip on the drive shaft. once that is done it's simple...
    PS. I swapped my first engine in a RXP with no special tools....Although they make it alot easier. they are not a must...

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    thanks for the info, it would be nice to see how many members are in the area due to finding people to ride with.

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    As of Thursday last week I had 0 experience with JetSkis
    On Friday I pulled out and completely took apart engine from 07 RXP in just few hrs
    Got stuck on drive shaft for about 10 minutes but otherwise pretty straight forward.
    I took off intake manifold and head while engine was still in the hull to make more room.

    Greg

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