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    oil block off

    im going to remove my oil pump and use pre-mix what else do i have to do besides the block off plate its on a 2001 pro 1200


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    Remove the lines and block off the nipples at the carbs.
    Verify you don't need to richen your fuel mixture with a plug chop or two.

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    What about the low oil light? Will he need the resistor to keep from limp mode?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xlint89 View Post
    What about the low oil light? Will he need the resistor to keep from limp mode?
    If he removes the oil tank he sure will.
    If he leaves the tank in, he'll just need to plug the exit nipple and leave a little oil in it so it doesn't trip the "LOW OIL" lamp.

    So polarisman, you going to remove the oil tank or leave it in?

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    I'm not sure, what would be the best to do?

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    oil tank

    Remove the oil tank.. Go to "Radio Shack" and get a resistor that fall into the specs in the service manual for the fuel gauge "between full & 1/4 tank"..
    Cut the wires to the fuel sender and solder in the resistor.. The MFD will think you have a full tank and the problem will be fixed.. I don't have the correct specs available, but somebody can find it??

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    33 ohm for the oil sender.

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    I always remove mine and where applicable I install an extra air intake.
    If you install the resistor I would recommend shrink wrapping it and the soldered connections.

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    thanks guys i kinda understand what u guys are talkin about if u guys could get me a pic or a diagram that would help me out some. i just got the motor back together i was wondering the book dident say anything about seting the timing on it. is there timing on it. or what if u guys could tell me or what that would be great

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    i got ready to put the motor back in and i cant find what hooks up on the 2 nipples on the bottom of the crank case. ill get pics on tomorow if i can get the the shop with all the snow we got tonite.

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