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    Milky oil - 1995 750 slt

    It ran fine all summer then it just loss acceleration and motor sounds a little funny.

    Sill goes 45mph, so I think top speed is fine and runs ok just will die if I give it too much gas.

    Then I noticed this – HELP pls???
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    Re: Milky oil - 1995 750 slt

    milky oil is an indication of water intrusion i believe

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    milky oil on the OUTSIDE of the carb doesn't mean there is internal damage. As air flows through the carbs there is a cooling effect and can cause condensation to form on the outside of the carb body. Now, there does seem to be a good bit of oil around the MAG carb. That has me wondering if you might have bad reed petals on that carb allowing fuel/oil mixture to be sprayed back up through the carb on the piston down stroke. That could be one possibility for the 'strange' engine sound you mentioned.

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    Pull off the FA and take some pics on the inside of that carb as well.... What does it look like in there? Are there any cracks in the carb body? How tight is that fuel return line, I think I see a zip tie holding it on? Is there a restrictor in line or is it in the return nipple? Can you give a little more detail on "the motor sounds funny"? Might be time for new spark plugs too.... Pop them out and have a look at the piston domes and the plug ends - how about some pics?

    If the reeds did break and are allowing fuel/oil to spit back up into the FA area, why is it leaking out like that? Is the FA securely attached? Are your gaskets in good condition?

    It dies if you give it too much throttle.... When you punch it out of the hole, or on the top? If when you punch it, does it immediately die, or gurgle, sputter, then go.....?

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    Will do, thx for replying.

    Now what is the FA (to take off)?

    This was my 1st summer owning the pwc...

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    FA = Flame Arrestor (the air intake 'filter')

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    The blue plastic shroud on top of the carbs.....

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