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    951 carb just rebuilt dont know the lines

    i just did a rebuild of a 951 carb dual for 01 gtx. carbs where pulled for me so i dont know where the fuel and pulse line and return goes i could sit here all day and keep changing them but dont wanna burn starter up...
    i hope the lines on the carbs are right to..
    just woundering if any one could help?
    thxs


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    The pulse says pulse next to the nipple..the IN has an arrow pointing in and the remaining nipple is the return. The pulse line is the shorter hose that connects to the block underneath the carbs on the right side. The IN hose should come off the fuel filter and the return should go back to the gas tank. If the fuel lines are GRAY...REPLACE THEM.

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    pulse line is the one that attaches from the case to the carb that says "pulse" next to the fitting/nipple

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    i kno which line is which in the ski i just didnt know where they went on the carb which i just pulled them back out to check them and im starting to think i put the new lines going from the one carb to the other wrong the more i look at it ill try to take pics of it in a min
    thxs guys

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    so i got it in there and every thing but its not sucking any fuel i wounder if i didnt rebuild theses carbs right i cant find it on here but does any one know where theres a carb rebuild guide.
    im not even geting a vacum from fuel inlet port when i pull the lines off
    should of stayed with the 4 tec skis im used to working on lol

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    http://www.mikuni.com/fs-carburetor.html

    I find the Seadoo shop manual and the above link about the best I could find.

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    thxs
    idk wat to do with it iv never attempted carbs before cause i know nothing about them i can do almost every thing else always turned away working on carbs but guess u gotta learn sometime

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    i was the same way.. but finally decided to go for it.. they really are pretty easy..

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    do these lines on the carb look right ? thxs

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    yes

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