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    RPM's

    Well I know this soulds a little crazy; considering i havent riddin my ski in 6 months, but i have a few questions about rpm. On the trailor im idling at 1300, in the water im around 1100 at idle, an at wot im think im at 5400. Not sure tho its been 6 months. What should my rpm be at wot. I know the kylmer says peak at 6000 rpm, but i keep a my ski a lil rich just to be safe. Im not the best at tuning.


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    i know you should be pulling a lil more than that , make sure your plugs arnt super wet , running it rich is alot better than running it lean

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    what should i be maxing out at??Btw its a 950 slt 750

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    So should i lean out a bit, my plugs do seem a lil on the dark side when i pull them.

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    You should change your fuel lines (all of them) and fuel shut off, if you haven't already. This is just cheap preventative maint. for a ski that's 12 yrs. old. And consider a triple outlet fuel pump too. These were issues the Fuji engines were known for causing the engine to go lean and hole a piston. What is the compression on your cylinders before you go tuning the carbs? How old are the spark plugs?

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    Iv literally replaced everything. The motor has 10 hours on it. I broke it on on the rrich side. Plugs are nasty lookin.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Change them out and see what you get. I've been told the break in may use a few plugs up? Are you using BPR7's or 8's?

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    Beware the return fuel line has a restrictor built into the line.

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    How is there a restrictor if i replaced all my lines, an fuel pump. **** now i wanna know what rpm's im turnin. but im away at school an no way to get too my ski till late may!!!! Btw this sucker was toppin out at 40-42ish mph. If that helps.

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