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    How can i limit the speed on my?

    i got a 951 for the kids but dont need it to go all out i would like to limit the speed to make it fun and not have to worry about them gunning it when am not looking , any ideas?


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    Depeneding on what year ski, you can have a lanyard programmed at a dealership to "learner" this limits the ski when that key is attached. Candoo might be able to program learner keys if you know someone that has one.

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    Strategically place a stainless hose clamp on the handlebar so that the throttle doesn't go all of the way down. Or adjust the throttle cable on the loose side near the throttle body or carb so that it won't open the throttle all of the way.

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    Use the learner key if it is with the ski, which I am guessing- it isnt

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    You can purchase a learner key and get it programed. Its the best way to reduce power and top end speed

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    Is it a DI? or is it carbed? Fundamental problems with the learner key on both... problems that seadoo doesn't wanna talk about. It either limits the rpm with spark (which causes the problem where the child holds the throttle wide open anyway and it get extra fuel and constantly fouls plugs), or it limits the RPM with the fuel going through the injectors (problem here is that it's still getting the air because the throttle being help wide open is opening the butterfly and runs lean). The learner key is in my opinion very bad for your motor, even on the 4-stroke skis.
    Just my .02

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    If it were mine I would adjust some slack into the throttle cable so the butterflys can't fully open.

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    You could possibly use a piece of fuel tubing over the throttle cable at the carb end to limit how far the carbs can open.

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    Put a screw in throttle lever with a lock nut. Adjust screw length to suit how much throttle you think is suitable. Can be removed easily at beach etc without lifting seat

    I use this for my rxp as sometimes even the learning key is too fast.

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    It is carb 951 and i have candoo but did not see the key option for learner, i think i will try the screw method you got any pics?

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