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    Wants to stall in water

    Greetings
    This summer i got a 94 Yamaha Wave raider 700. When i take in water it starts, but when i give it gas it stalls, I have to lightly squeeze the throttle a bit at a time to get it to get to accelerate. The ski sat in storage for over 4 years.
    Removed old gas, replaced Plugs, carbs looked clean, fixed an electrical problem the tether switch. it starts and runs in driveway ok, It only has this issue when its under load.
    Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1


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    Rebuild the carbs!!! You will run lean and blow up the motor if you continue!!! The Carbs on these are VERY simple but easy to screw up when not maintained. Sounds like the diaphram is ballooned or interal filter is clogged.

    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontknowcrap View Post
    Rebuild the carbs!!! You will run lean and blow up the motor if you continue!!! The Carbs on these are VERY simple but easy to screw up when not maintained. Sounds like the diaphram is ballooned or interal filter is clogged.

    Don
    And use oem mikuni rebuild kits only.

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