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    Yamaha VXR Fogging oil question

    I am new to the Jet ski world and have a 2012 VXR. I read about fogging the carb and cylinders. Where exactly should I be spraying into the carb? I mean which part should I take off so that I can spray directly into the carb?
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    the injection body is at the front on the motor, just pull the 3/4 hose coming going into the air cleaner assm and spray into their while running, just do't run the ski for too long with out water

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    Exactly. Just did mine a few weeks ago and was dreading it, but once I knew where to spray, it took like 4 minutes for two skis. Spray continuously until it studders, then shut off immediately.

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    Where exactlyu is this? I am a noob
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    The big hose...........easiest way is to undo the cable tie holding the fuel hose.....it is reusable........then undo the jubilee clip where the big hose attaches to the motor, remove hose & place above where it connects, this way gives you plenty of room to get the can of fogging oil inline with the intake ( from beneathe the hose). Hope that makes sense.

    Arrow shows where you need to spray the fogging oil into

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    Is there anyway to keep the valve open? I bump the start button and hear it open but then shuts in about 2-3 seconds. I can't get much fogging oil in it .

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    Spray while its running till it stumbles....

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    You do it while it is running.

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    Thanks Aqua and gtxsc for the quick response. I started it and sprayed while running. It didn't choke out or bog down it just pretty much stopped after a second or two. I hope I did it the right way. I'm used to the 2 stroke which use to bog and choke until it stopped running which lasted 10 seconds or so. Does this sound right??

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