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    Extended pump conversion 94 SL 750

    Newly registered here but have been reading and learning alot so far. Great forum with a lot of combined knowlege!

    Wednesday I bought a non running 94 SL 750 for $100 from the man that was repairing the bimini top canvas for our pontoon.

    Compression checked within 5 psi across all three cylinders and with a new battery, new plugs and a can of clean premix I got it to crank and run. So far I've removed cleaned rinsed and reinstalled the tank. Replaced all the fuel lines and inline filter. Made a new mount for the separator. Removed the auto cock. Rebuilt carbs and set high and low speed adjuster screws to factory settings. Cleaned the inside of the hull, tightened all hose clamps, greased the drive shaft coupler, replaced the 1/4 amp MFD fuse and rode it. It cranks easily and will idle until it is warm. After that a slight crack of the throttle about every ten seconds or so will keep it running at idle. Acceleration and top end is good. Tomorrow I'll trim the plug wires back as suggested here as a preventive measure.

    I've found and bought a ride plate from a '96 SLX 780 and I want to convert to an extended pump. Where is the best place find all the necessary parts? Exactly what parts will I need and how much should the conversion cost?

    Thanks, Alan


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    All parts will have to be sourced either on ebay or here on GH. May be able to find a complete extended pump for around $300. For the conversion you will need. All values are approximate:

    Extended drive shaft $50
    Pump extension/wear ring $50
    Longer jet pump bolts $25
    Longer/extended steering cable $75
    Longer/extended trim rod $25
    Longer water tube $25
    New siphon hoses if equipped (1/4" fuel line works fine) $5

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    Thanks! What years/models came with the extended pump? May look for a complete unit

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    Look for mostly 96 on skis.....

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    Would a 96 SLT 780 have what I need?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saspeer View Post
    Would a 96 SLT 780 have what I need?
    It should, as long as the current owner didn't change anything...

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    Great! Found one complete nearby advertised for less than the parts would run. It's got a broken rod but otherwise looks good. I'm sure there are other parts on it I could use or re sell.

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    NICE!! Go get it -

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