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    95 SLT Fuel Pump

    I've been hearing and reading that the stock fuel pumps fail after a few years so now I'm worried this will happen. I bought my ski's new in early 96 and have not had a problem yet. I have close to 200 hrs on both ski's,
    still start right up and have good compression (125psi + -)across all cylinders, and they run strong, But before next season begins I would like to change them out. In the tech section it mentions that there's a kit.
    Does anyone sell the tripple hi flow pump and hoses as a kit?
    Or do I have to wait for one to come up on ebay?
    Thank in advance..........


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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/POLAR...13538436QQrdZ1

    This is not the high flow pump but, it is a tripple outlet fuel pump with the proper hose that you will need to do the job.

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    Thanks -You the man

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    It's not the high flow pump, but that is the one that I use, and that is the same guy I got mine from.

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    I used The ras pump before I got my pentagon pump! honestly 45.00 is overpriced and it comes with cheap ass red vacuum caps I'd get the one Beerdart linked to then an 11 dollar rebuild kit later you have a kick ass set up!

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    You can also buy this one and if you are handy with a drill you can remove one outlet off your old pump and add it to this one.
    http://www.parkeryamaha.com/index.as...D&ProdID=24320

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    Beer, Thanks for the links, I like the last one you sent.
    I am handy but never played with this stuff, How do you install the outlet? Just pull it out of the old pump and push it in to new drilled tap?
    Is it a press fit? Sorry for all the ???

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    It is press fit. Drill it slightly smaller and tap it in with loc-tite.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Is the high volume really necessary if it's a mostly stock 750? The round Mikuni triple outlet should be good enough right? They're about $35 a piece and he needs 2 of them. Also look into replacing the fuel selector valves and oil hoses if you still use the oil injection.

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