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    04 XP DI - Flywheel Removal

    • I'm trying to remove my flywheel to get at my bendix but I can't figure out if the flywheel is threaded on to the crankshaft or this other part. It's a little confusing, does anyone know?


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    No remove the 24mm nut and lock washer. You will need M6x1.00 long bolts to thread into it only got about half inch deep and use a steering wheel or harmonic puller. Tighten it up and use a torch and put a little heat around the shaft and it will pop off. Becarful to catch it when it pops off.

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    This is what I'm dealing with right now. So I should put back on the two parts that were held on by the bolts, but with longer bolts? Then crank it off. I have the special flywheel puller.

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    Do you have the Seadoo flywheel puller that screws onto the male threads ? I'm in South Surrey and have the proper puller you can borrow, PM me if interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuck View Post
    Do you have the Seadoo flywheel puller that screws onto the male threads ? I'm in South Surrey and have the proper puller you can borrow, PM me if interested.
    Yes I do, thanks

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    why did you drill out the bolts? those are 7mm next to impossible to find

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    Because I stripped the heads. Brass torx = instant stripping. I got new ones already.

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    Soak the crank snout in PB Blaster, install the removal tool, crank down on the center bolt of the removal tool until it feels like something is going to break then smack the end of it with a 5lb hammer.

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    they aren't brass they are grade 8 where did you find new ones? and you shouldn't have had to remove them in the first place

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    Quote Originally Posted by GGG View Post
    they aren't brass they are grade 8 where did you find new ones? and you shouldn't have had to remove them in the first place
    I just replaced them with some grade 8 bolts the same size, not torx tho.

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    But I ended up getting the machine back together and its not running right. Rough idle, hard to start and dies.
    Here is a video:

    I don't get what it is now... could have I put on the flywheel wrong? The manual keeps pointing to defective encoder/trigger wheel. What is the encoder/trigger wheel?

    I am stumped...

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