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    It's aliiive ! My gpr runs :)

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    Got the engine to work . Built a jig for it and ran it on the jig . Got tired of assembly in the hull so decided to assemble it out of the hull where it would be manageable .

    runs great with wossner pistons . Cleaned the cylinders with acid and dropped new pistons.

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    Gotta take the exhaust back off to get it back in the hull - lot of extra work

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    Haha Crazy Romun.... Bine

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    Great idea!+++ lots easier to get that exhaust off this way.How'd you do the electronics?

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    LoL that's an awesome looking GPR. Too bad it's such a pain to put the engine back all parts connected or you'd be set.

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    I'm planning on painting the hull (the belly is freshly painted white , the top remains) and I wanted to work on the engine while the hull is gone to the paint-shop .
    Turns out it was pretty easy . The plugs and connectors are different on all the sensors so you can't really mix them up . Well maybe there are 2 or 3 connectors that are the same but you can easily figure out which one goes where .

    It has always been grief to work on the engine while in the hull .Space is tight and for almost all the work the exhaust has to go off so I decided I would have none of that and had a friend make a jig on wheels. The engine is rested on the oem engine mounts that are now bolted into the jig. It was actually pretty easy and it wasn't expensive either .
    I really hate to have to work on the damn engine inside the ski .

    The electronics were ... easy . No new devices so I didn't even use a wiring diagram . I can now start on working on a gps sender .

    Probably hooking it up to a water source this week . I want to let it idle for a few minutes.

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