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    Lean condition 1000 DI

    Hey guys what should i be looking for on a 2000 GTX 1000 DI that have burned down on one cylinder twice?
    Crank seals, injection system or something else.


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    Its a 951 DI & they are huge POS/money pits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by water worx View Post
    Its a 951 DI & they are huge POS/money pits.
    Not ture. My DI is great. Only thing I'm ever worried about is the Direct Injectors going bad. Fuel economy is AMAZING

    How did the ski run before you burnt it up? you know the RPM and speed?
    Last edited by GGG; 09-05-2012 at 01:39 PM.

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    So I guess cus you have one & they are great machines ???

    PLEEEESE

    My guess is your a gluton for punishment seeing that you also own a MSX. LOL

    Two of the biggest POS in my book.
    Last edited by water worx; 09-06-2012 at 12:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by normann View Post
    Hey guys what should i be looking for on a 2000 GTX 1000 DI that have burned down on one cylinder twice?
    Crank seals, injection system or something else.
    You should do a leak down test on it before running it.
    You didn't get the mag cover bolts mixed up with the intake bolts as they are longer and will not seat the manifold/reeds down and will nip a piston in 5 sec.
    I did this once.
    Did you install the o/rings in the head for the fuel injectors.

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    Hey just because you don't know how to fix them doesn't mean they are pieces of shit. DI motor is a great motor. And MSX was a piece of shit til I took the weber motor out of it. Solved all of it's problems in one shot

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    I wouldnt know if they were a POS or not. Every ski I have purchased over the last ten years that was DI powered had a blown motor. Must be a lot of people that dont know how to tune? I dunno?
    Did I miss something? I thought Weber made carburetors and bbq grills?

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    DI motors mostly blow because the cylinder base gasket leaks. Not a very hard fix as long as you catch it.... It's a different Weber. They made motors for Polaris MSX 110 and 150 and Snowmobiles.
    http://www.weber-motor.com/en/index.html

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    is this DI standard bore? for how long have you own it? what kind of fuel where you using. What year is? Need more data

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGG View Post
    DI motors mostly blow because the cylinder base gasket leaks. Not a very hard fix as long as you catch it.... It's a different Weber. They made motors for Polaris MSX 110 and 150 and Snowmobiles.
    http://www.weber-motor.com/en/index.html
    Says the DI owner that dont know chit.....

    As far as the fixing comment......PLEEEESE I wouldnt piss on a DI if it was on fire.

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