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    Carb Rebuild on 1993 SL 750 Blue color. 3 Carbs

    I Appreciate all the help I'm getting from all of you. I;m looking to buy this jetski? Sl750 1993 polaris. Is this the right dirction?Looking for rebuild kits for carbs . Part # or name brands and specs on how to ? Been sitting for 1 year.symtoms are ,starts with choke,runs,when giving throttle seems to stall but if you throtle just right seems to run fast no problem .let off throttle to idle run then stallls.raised idle rpm same thing.run normal then stalls. feels like not enough fuel. thanks again for all your help. Johnny H.


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    John Zigler has the genuine kits reasonably priced. You also need a triple outlet fuel pump if not already converted.(must)

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    ygve me ifo on jon zig

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    There are some others on here with just as good a reputation. John is just the only one that I have delt with. there is no reason for me to try someone else.
    Search K477 and click on his signiture links. There is a TON of information here at the Hulk.
    You may want to consider replacing all of your fuel line. The triple outlet pump is a must have upgrade to avoid melt down.
    good luck,
    Dave


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    608-743-1305 9am-5pm central time mon-fri
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    John Zigler

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    608-743-1305 9am-5pm central time mon-fri
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    The best thing is to service the ENTIRE fuel system, not just the carbs. The fuel pickup in the tank is just hoses extending down with intake screens on them. Over time the OEM hoses can get very gooey and break off. You need to drain the tank, clean out any gunk, clean out the intake screens, and install new hoses. Then you need to run all new lines from the tank to the fuel selector and run new return lines.

    Be sure to take apart the selector valve, clean out any corrosion, and be sure the o-ring is in good shape.

    If the ski still has the OEM single outlet fuel pump you'll want to replace that. John has 3-outlet fuel pump kits with the necessary hoses, plugs, and clamps for a nice price.

    KJ

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    See the Parts Sources info, from my signature links.

    Lots more reading and info in there too.

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