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    bravo

    thanks guys your wonderful !!!!!took the skis out today and both ran excellent even the seadoo flew with no hesitation or hard starting

    and the 780 just plain scared me 56.3mph (gps) at 6240rpm wash and plugs look excellent thing was perfect

    so thank you all for my crash course in PWC's you guys have helped me a ton



    oh yeah i did figure out that one of the pot's on the mfd is for speed im not sure what the other one is for yet


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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrosportman View Post
    and the 780 just plain scared me 56.3mph (gps) at 6240rpm
    Nice was that with the flame arrestors or did you throw them overboard

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    I want a 780 !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrosportman View Post
    ... one of the pot's on the mfd is for speed im not sure what the other one is for yet
    Which one?

    How did you establish what it did?

    Does the pot adjust the speed mapping, or affect the speed sensor zero point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrosportman View Post
    thanks guys your wonderful !!!!!took the skis out today and both ran excellent even the seadoo flew with no hesitation or hard starting

    and the 780 just plain scared me 56.3mph (gps) at 6240rpm wash and plugs look excellent thing was perfect

    so thank you all for my crash course in PWC's you guys have helped me a ton



    oh yeah i did figure out that one of the pot's on the mfd is for speed im not sure what the other one is for yet
    56 on GPS would be very fast for a 780 only turning 6240 RPM.

    You should be turning 6500 RPM.

    Hopefully you're still too rich and can gain a few more RPM by leaning her out.

    They are fun though.....

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    yeah water was glassssssss

    im happy with it i could go leaner by the looks of the wash but i'll leave it alone for now im seriously tired of wrenching

    as for the pot i think it establishes the baseline for the pressure the sensor sees i think just messing with it 1 pound of pressure equaled 1mph adjusting the pot would raise or lower the poundage i.e. lower it lets say it would make it think .8 pounds would equal 1 mph making the speedo read higher adjust it the other way lets say 1.2 pounds would equal 1 mph making it read lower

    i didn't get it sealed properly when i put it back together and it had some condensation in it so i was messing with it while i was drying it out

    FYI you can buy silica bags on ebay to stick in to replace the stock one

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    Quote Originally Posted by urugol View Post
    Nice was that with the flame arrestors or did you throw them overboard
    no, i left the F/A's on the 780 its got some nice ocean pro's on it

    i was talking about the my seadoo the flame arrestor is pretty restrictive but it's got a big huge box on it i would think would act as a f/a but who cares that sucker is getting turned into my floating boombox muahahahaha

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