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    restrictor washer part number???

    Does anybody know the part number for the 08+ restrictor washer?

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    reducteur *reducer
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    restrictor washer part number???

    What color is the restrictor washer?

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    Andy... I've got plenty of new one's if you get in a pinch needing one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigDaddyRXP View Post
    Andy... I've got plenty of new one's if you get in a pinch needing one.
    Thanks a lot! Man you won't guess what just happened to me last Sunday at the river. I was tuning the ski in plans to go the hydro drags and I'm pretty sure that I blew the head gasket!! This suck ass I just put this engine together after a full rebuilt. I'm not a 100% sure that is the head gasket but some how the cylinders ingested water to the point that got mixed with the oil. The ski was fine all the way back to the ramp but when I got home didn't want to start that's when the nightmare started.

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    what kind of rpm were you running? and what are you using to seal the head?...stock bolts or arp studs?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by IM2FAST4U View Post
    what kind of rpm were you running? and what are you using to seal the head?...stock bolts or arp studs?...
    Oem head gasket with arp studs. 9000 rpms , open loop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by IM2FAST4U View Post
    what kind of rpm were you running? and what are you using to seal the head?...stock bolts or arp studs?...
    Oem head gasket with arp studs. 9000 rpms , open loop.
    What did you torque the head studs too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by tocullo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by IM2FAST4U View Post
    what kind of rpm were you running? and what are you using to seal the head?...stock bolts or arp studs?...
    Oem head gasket with arp studs. 9000 rpms , open loop.
    What did you torque the head studs too?
    95ftlb and re torque at second heat cycle.

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