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    Weird ts1000 problem

    So I took ski out first time.ran OK, its quick but... Usually in 1-35% throttle it will wanna stall out and if I pump the throttle it will recover. I know the way the throttle and fuel system are it squrts gas when I pump throttle. Any how it wants to stall often and I have to keep recovering. When it does stall it starts right back up when I hit start button.


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    Most likely its the accl pump,pretty common problem.Check and clean the carbs if you haven't done that already,you never know could be dirty.But iff pumping the throttle 2-3 times really quick gets the ski to move right i would say replace the accl pump should cure the problem.even if it squirts that doesn't mean its squirting enough.I had the same issue on a 1100 r.

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    accl pump? that the fuel pump? how do you replace can they be rebuilt? is it hard to remove? and how much are they?
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    The accel pump is part of the carbs that squirts fuel down the carb throat when you quickly squeeze the throttle.

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    ok the carbs have 2 pumps 1 external and 1 internal that makes no sense? the TS service manuals suck so i cant find it in there.

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    post a pic of the carbs

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    pictures i got about 7 at different angles... Click image for larger version. 

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    one more Click image for larger version. 

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    in the first pic in carb neck there is a pin that sticks out when i sqeeze the throttle fast gas squirts from there in all 3 carbs

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    It is squirting when you squeeze the throttle?

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    Only one fuel pump in the carb rack. Rebuild the carbs. They are most likely dirty and running lean on low speed especially. Low speed jets have a very small hole that clogs real easy. When you pump the throttle your squirting fuel with the fuel pump down the carbs to make up for the lean condition. Try pulling the choke a little when it does this and it will probally get better also.

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