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    1100 STX DI Cooling

    I'm trying to find out if I have a blocked water line before taking the Ski out. Should I be able to blow through the 90 deg fitting by the stator (blowing into the fitting)? I can't. Also, do I need to take off the oil pump to remove that fitting, and, if so, do I have to bleed the oil line after reinstalling the oil pump?

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    Yes you should be able to blow through it. Bleeding only needed if you disconnect the oil lines

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    Thanks! What do I need to take off to get to the two fittings by the stator?

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    Odds are the water chamber under the oil pump is full of trash. I seriously doubt you'll be able to blow the trash out. Suggest you order the O-rings and take it apart.

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    What are the steps to take it all apart? I've removed 7 bolts (one shorter than the others) from the stator cover. Feels like there's another that I can't. Does the oil pump need to come off first.
    Thanks.

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    The stator cover doesn't need to come off, the oil pump has to come off, then plate under the oil pump.

    You need to remove part number 14091 and replace O-rings 92055 and 92055B in this picture: http://www.powersedge.com/pages/OemP.../C19C1933E1431

    Note that the complete part numbers are shown in the table below the drawing.

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    the stator cooling chamber area is ridiculous small and easily plugged by debris if you are not backflushing after every ride, strongly suggested, as the emm is in line for any trash that gets into the cooling system. Good reason to never beach a Kawasaki two stroke triple.

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    That picture helps a lot, thanks. I had already taken the stator cover off. Do I now need to replace the big O ring on the stator cover?

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    When I did mine, the 'figure 8' looking ring was in bad shape. I think the larger O-ring was probably reusable, but I replaced both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PDully View Post
    That picture helps a lot, thanks. I had already taken the stator cover off. Do I now need to replace the big O ring on the stator cover?

    if possible..yes. I consider it best practice to replace seals when things are apart. Especially when it is a rubber bit that has ben in service more than 5 years

    In the rare case where you don't replace seals it will bite you in the butt. One of the reasons it's called fudging a repair

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