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    carburator block off plate in front carburetor

    I bought a 96 seadoo 800xp and took the carburetors off for rebuilding them. Can you tell me what the plate on the front carburetor port going into the block is. It looks like it is only running on one carburetor. I looked at a picture of a block for sale and see the same plate. Can it be removed? The oil injection is disconnected.

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    Cliff's Avatar
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    I think you are talking about the pulse line to the fuel pump. Only one carb will have it. If so then no it cannot be removed.

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    eagles456 Welcome to the Green Hulk
    you posted your 2 stroke question in the 4 stroke(4tec) forum
    and I believe its the vacuum line for the fuel pump

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    picture I hope

    Not sure if I explained right, I wasn't even in the right forum. Click image for larger version. 

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    This plate sure does block off a lot of air and fuel. Is this what you where thinking of. Thanks

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    That's the rotary disk. It spins with the engine and times the air fuel mixture

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    Thanks.. After looking at the busted up carb mounts, i wasn't sure what he might have done.

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