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    Unhappy 2000 virage misfires at high speed

    I have a 2000 virage 700 two cyclinder. Starts great, Idles great.Rear cyclinder misses at high speed aprox 7500 rpm. I changed the spark plugs and wires. The clock shows 68 hrs.
    I believe I have the generation III ignition, Two black and white wires to the coil.It takes the fuel carb has been rebuilt. It sounds to me like an electrical problem . Any ideas on the subject???
    Thanks in advance
    bobkat


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    If you are getting 7500 RPM you are hitting the rev limiter. That motor should run 6500-6700.

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    so I would be safe to say the misfire is designed as a saftey feature to keep the motor from over reving and causing damage.

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    The only way the RPM can get that high in the water is if the impeller is badly worn, is the wrong impeller entirely, or the drive line is slipping.

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