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    Can you say.....

    KEYWAY INSTALLED!!!!!!!!!! Holy cow dude what a job I never been into a Yami b/f but one heck of a learning experience! I like to say Thanks to Ronn25 for the help thank god for cell phones! And my wife for letting me borrow her hand held mirror.... Actually I did the D plate, tach install,VF3's, water eater power valve savers, airbox removale, pump removal. Still gotta do the pump upgrade,jetworx valve,pump plug kit reseal the shoe, and reinforce the tunnel. Maybe cut the head aswell but thats a easy one.... The hardest part was removing the flywheel BUT ol' Charlie knows the trick now!!!! I learned alot about a ski I know nothing about today and last night and actually enjoyed it but I've got about 15-16 hrs in it including grinding a 1200 plate to make it clear and shimming. I'm tired so peace! Wish I had a good air compressor my hands are killing me!


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    Good job

    Just remember... Loctite and a torque wrench are your friends

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    Thats awsome man. Im almost finished with mine. We should have close to the same setup. In the last 3 weeks we haev done 2 timeing keys. The first with help form Ronn and the 2nd on my own. Lets just say the 2nd one was much easier. Good luck on getting it all back together.

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    thanks to Ronn also! Loosk like there will be a few more fast skis on the coast soon.

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    800 grate & fernando jetworx kit on the way baby!!!!! We are gonna run it this weekend may get 75 but still wont have the head,jetworx valve , or pump tunnel done oh and the PPK....

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    Nothing better than getting your hands dirty and learning how these things work. It's how we all learned.

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    It wasnt that bad I like knowing "MY SKI" ya know! Ya should have seen the look on my face the 1st time I took the seat off my RXP I dunno how I ever got everything stuffed in there but with the help of sandrock and myself it got done! Shoot my lil Ultra150 is a breeze to work on compared to the yami & rxp.... The rxp got to many wires and chit in der makes my head hurt. The yami got too many bolts!

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