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    Lightbulb My 10 HR service +

    Hey all, i know this was asked before and i searched out the site the best i could to complete my list for the 10 hr service that i will do my self. Called my dealer today, he wanted $280+Parts+tax.

    Here is what i am planning on ordering:

    1. HT Moto Fluid Extractor Pump: Model: 3801-0027
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...roducts_id=864

    2. Oil Filter for Yamaha 1800cc engines: Model: 69J-13440-01-00
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1170

    3. SAE 10W-40 Formula 4-StrokeŽ Marine Synthetic Motor Oil (WCF): 4 Quarts (3.28 needed quarts with oil filter replacement) as per manual.
    http://www.amsoil.com/storefront/wcf.aspx

    4. NGK NGK-LFR6A Spark Plugs (Yamaha SHO/FZ): Model: NGK-LFR6A, x4
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1421

    5. Intermediate Housing Lubrication, Yamalube Marine Grease, Gun Cartridge: Product Code: ACC-GREAS-14-CT
    http://www.simyamaha.com/Yamaha_Yama...reas-14-ct.htm

    6. PWC Performance VXR/FZR Billet Ride Plate Insert Kit
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1758

    7. R&D YAMAHA FZR/FZS AQUAVEIN INTAKE GRATE
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1120

    8. R&D Pump Seal Kit for R&D FZ intake grate
    http://www.4-tecperformance.com/inde...oducts_id=1142

    Did i miss anything? please let me know if need anything else.

    Next: R&D SHO/FZR Water-Cooled Supercharger System, RIVA FX-SHO/FZ Performance Blow-off Valve Kit, RIVA Intake Manifold Upgrade Kit for Supercharged Skis, RIVA Yamaha 1.8L Engine Breather Upgrade Kit.


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    I would skip the filter and plugs. Also would use the yamaha oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nashvegas View Post
    I would skip the filter and plugs. Also would use the yamaha oil.
    +1.......to soon to go synthetic................

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    Quote Originally Posted by nashvegas View Post
    I would skip the filter and plugs. Also would use the yamaha oil.
    Wait..Skip the oil filter????? On the first break-in oil change??? Yes too soon for plugs and synthetic now is "iffey". But change the oil filter and get those metal particals from break-in out of your system.

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    I personally would change the plugs and definitely the filter. Its a brand new ski....whats a few more bucks for the longevity of your ski.

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    No reason to change plugs............

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    Yamaha does not call for a filter change until 100hrs. Oil should be changed at first 10 hours and every 50 hours or 12 months afterwards.

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    Just relax and enjoy the ride. XLT Chad's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nashvegas View Post
    Yamaha does not call for a filter change until 100hrs. Oil should be changed at first 10 hours and every 50 hours or 12 months afterwards.
    Check that again VERY CAREFULLY...... I'm pretty sure they must be talking about the AIR filter. Even so, why would you wait 100 hours for an oil filter on a new engine????? You have metal particals from your engine breaking in, and you dont want those having any chance of circulating through your oil. Yes after the first change, you can get away with changing the filter like every other time. Most of us change the oil much more frequently than req. by Yamaha anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XLT Chad View Post
    Check that again VERY CAREFULLY...... I'm pretty sure they must be talking about the AIR filter. Even so, why would you wait 100 hours for an oil filter on a new engine????? You have metal particals from your engine breaking in, and you dont want those having any chance of circulating through your oil. Yes after the first change, you can get away with changing the filter like every other time. Most of us change the oil much more frequently than req. by Yamaha anyway.
    No, he's right about the oil filter every 100 hours or 12 months. I have the service manual right in front of me. IMO I'd still change it at 10 hours. The engine oil however should be replaced at 10 hour service.

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    Ok, I stand corrected. Its your ski........change it when you want. Waiting 100 hours? No way in hell would I do that.

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